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My fleet manager has treated me with knowing but respect since day one. He's always just a phone or Qualcomm message away. Averitt has dozens and dozens of service centers around the south east and Texas as well as a few in the Midwest. Weekly home time unless you choose otherwise. All automatic fleet, speed limited to 65mph, freightliner cascadias Volvo 670 and international prostars. Lots of the service center (terminals) have showers, some have driver lounges, work out facilities, laundry, and many have on site mechanics to fix your truck. I personally have stopped into a service center to take my 10hour break and got a sensor replaced on my truck in about 20 minutes at 11pm. I really enjoy working with averitt
Management, insurance cost and coverage, pay, retirement, discounts, home time, terminal locations
Old worn equipment, uniforms, speed limiter
I've been here for almost 2 months now . orientation was cool, nice hotel. I've got about 20 months experience now, I did reefer before I just switched over to flatbed. I definitely like the switch . But I did construction my whole life before coming to trucking so I like hard work. one of the main reasons why I came to Decker is because I could do a 4-day securement class instead of go out with a trainer. Also 1.5 days off for every week you're out .In 4 days you only learn the very Basics about securement and tarping ..it's a good thing I have common sense. If not, I would have been lost. They tell you that you get one and a half days for every week out but I work the southern flatbed division and you get home every other weekend for two days.. I haven't said anything about or push the issue about the three days for two weeks because I'm afraid if I did I would lose even more money. I have been getting over 2000 miles a week and running my clock down every week .. all in all it's an okay company but if I knew then what I know now about tarping I would have went with a company that paid more for that. Tarping and securement is the hardest part of flatbed, I guess that goes without saying so, the more you get paid for that the better it's going to seem to you. TMC or MILTON might have been a better choice for securement pay reasons. in my mind it's that big of a difference. Also ,trucks are automatic it takes getting used to. they take off very slow but they are nice up-to-date with fridges and APU.
Being home every other weekend and good truck and trailer
Not making as much money as I would like for being over the road!!