There were three options for health insurance. There was vision that was decent and dental care that was a little below average for the cost.
Since you are an independent contractor, they are free to either pay you below minimum wage, or even have you pay them for the privilege of trying to earn money. They make the rules, they give you the calls without giving any details about it before you accept or reject them. They make their money, and you are doing the work they give you. But the pay for that is sub minimum wage, and at times you can actually have to pay them for you working. It is slave labor, unless you stick around long enough to know very detailed tricks to find something that averages slightly more. Either way you look at it, they cannot hire you as an employee to do the work at the rates they pay, so they call you an independent contractor, and now you can work for slave labor legally. As for the benefits, if you are willing to pay for it without their help, they do have plans that you can purchase for health insurance.
There is none if you are a contract driver
There are no perks, benefits, vacation time, or anything of the sort. You do get a free shirt and a Circle K cup for free soda and coffee, yay!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.