I got my CDL-A last June (2018) through a company in exchange to work for them for a season. July through Early October. I have been driving a truck with double trailers 12+ hrs a day (not all Drive time of course) to 16hrs a day, Avg 380 or so miles per day. Lots of drops and hooks. 7 days a week. I will be released from the company any day as the season is about over, so am looking for driving work. I see UPS is hiring but not sure I would even qualify, I did not see the minimum required experience. Here are some issues 1. The company only trained me on Automatic Transmission so I have a restriction currently for Manual. I wanted the manual training but they did not offer that for the first season drivers. 2. I have all of maybe 80 days actual driving experience. 3. I have only driven doubles, open top produce trailers. No flat bed experience or box truck experience. I have not had to tied down a load or back into an actual dock. I have not done a back up with a trailer since I did my CDL road test. Would I be wasting my time applying for UPS for the Tractor Trailer Driver? I would imagine UPS would be a company that wants a driver with (Years) experience and no manual restriction, unless UPS has gone all automatic.