MAMO Transportation

Discussion in 'Motor Carrier Questions - The Inside Scoop' started by Bigjimk, Mar 5, 2008.

  1. Bigjimk

    Bigjimk Bobtail Member

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    Does anyone know anything about MAMO Transportation Inc. MTI They are a company that delivers Motor Homes,and Trucks. Have been offered a driving job with them.Would be thankful for any information. Thank you Bigjimk
     
  2. countrycuz

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    Well I am going to go to work for them in November.
    I like the setup from what I hear and you pretty much are your own boss.:yes2557:
     
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    I worked for them about 10 years ago. They were a good company but it was very hard to make good money. Problem was you could never get a back haul. Bob tailing all the time just doesn't pay the bills!!
     
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    Worked with Joe Mamo about 20 years ago.

    Good person, Square Shooter.
     
  5. George mayhew

    George mayhew Bobtail Member

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    Company wise no problem but at the time I hired on here in CharlotteNC the people running things were not that truthfull. A trucker needs to know what he's getting into. If more people were up front the industry would not have so many drivers moving around!
     
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    I have 16 years in driveaway and 9 years with Mamo and 2 1/2 years in office in Charlotte, NC, And my office in charlotte, nc runs very well for the drivers , So i don't know whom u are talking about but make sure u talk about the right ones. I know more about driveaway then u will never know, i have towed for the last 12 years i train all drivers and train them how to tow if they want to . So Mamo in charlotte have always and will always be there for there drivers. Maybe if we could find better drivers and drivers that what to run the right way it would be better.
     
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    Well, children will be children , and the way u have talked on here just show !!!!! WOW
     
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    Tennessee Trucker Heavy Load Member

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    wow all this insight from someone with what...5 years experience, bet he thinks he's gods gift to trucking.
     
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  9. countrycuz

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    It really sucks to have software that tell us mamo drivers that we were speeding because that software that mamo has was written in the 60s and thinks the speed limit is 55mph.
    so you have to log everything at 52 miles per hour. Thats right folks!!! mamo wants you to run your logs at 52 miles per hour average. Think of that headache and the ######## it causes.
    and when you get 55 miles to the driver and 35 for the fuel just flip it upside down cause 35 is what your will realisticly make before you deduct for your motels and cabs and bus fares.
    Of course you might be the type who can just go to sleep in the back of those sprinter vans with a air matress or sleep in the front seat of a tractor with no sleeper.
    Look at the money you will make doing this
    HAHAHAHAHAHAH
     
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    you are so right tenn. trucker i worked for mamo i know robinwebb1 she okay