I would say that at least 60% of the ads I see for otr drivers state, "14 days out, 2 days off". After I really thought about this, first, if that is your "cup of tea", more power to you, but personally about a week inside of a fiberglass box is long enough for me, it is really too long to be perfectly honest. But do you math and see what you make per hour. Here is a driver making $1500 per week and I use $1500 because it is well above the average, but we will us $1500. There are 168 hours in a week, 336 hours in 14 days. Do you math, even if a driver makes $3000 in the 14 days, that only comes out to $8.93 per hour. Oh, you say that you are sleeping at least 70 hours per week, REALLY?? Who is actually responsible for the truck or the freight while you are sleeping? Is the dispatcher? The fleet manager? The load planner? NO! You are still responsible, a driver is never, never really off duty while out there on the road. Out of the gross revenue that the driver earns for the 14 days, the government is going to take at least 20% or more, food will take $400 for the 14 days unless you want to eat out of a cooler. So for the 14 days on the road, you might bring home $2000 for 336 hours, now the $8.93 per hr is now $5.95 per hour.