Schneider National Tanker Drivers

Discussion in 'Motor Carrier Questions - The Inside Scoop' started by 074344, Dec 9, 2010.

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    i tried seaching for eagle could not find them.....any other info on them...web site etc...???

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    there oc is wat to far for me.......
     
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    haha the quote about duct tape is about true though ...as for the dude with the moisture in the tank thats on him ...he obviously didn't check the dome and stick a flashlight in there ...assuming it had obvous amount of water in it ...any moisture will turn into droplets if not dried ...does suck but he screwed himself cuz he knew for a fact that tank had to be dry per the load assignment so really i got no love for the guy cuz he caused his own headache pretty much ...i would have gotten it dried at the tank wash prior to hitting the shipper anyhow just to know for a fact its dry and have a slip from the tank wash stating it was just dried then u got leg to stand on if the tank gets rejected they can charge the tank wash for the drivers time other wise your just screwed
     
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    yeah, i was thinking the same thing. mustve been an hourly driver for 20 years.
     
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    At least he got paid for all of his time. I wonder how many on here wish they could be paid for all of their time? I'm guessing it would be everyone. Who goes to work for free? Not me.
     
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    I'm sure that this is text book Schneider recruiter blow smoke up ### tactics but i was just told that after tanker training in Corroapolis much of the training in Paulsboro would be in a day cab.
     
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    Well at Miller the o/o's get paid for detention,lay-over, on both ends, if tank is a little damp crack the dome lid a little and drive down the road the wind will dry it out, "ONLY DO THIS WITH A CLEAN WAGON"
     
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    Joe, I'm scheduled to attend orientation on Jan. 12 in Corapolis to drive OTR tankers for Schneider from (by way of?) Paulsboro. Is that what you are doing now?