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Tractors are near new and all automatics. Half the trailer fleet is older than you are with doors that don't want to close and landing gear that hasn't been greased since W was president. Pay is good for a starter company and dispatchers actually get you home within a couple days of your requested hometime date. We run team and average about 5000 miles a week. Watkins hauls mostly carpet, furniture, and paper products and many of the loads are terminal to terminal. I used to pull refer and this is much better. We are getting 40 CPM split now and will get 41 CPM after we have been there a year.
Great starter company, encourages initiative, lots of terminals
Pay raises after first year don't encourage retention. Ancient trailers.
Management at my account seems to have their priorities and the drivers are not one of them. They will only fix the trucks when its something that will put them out of service. Equipment is currently being traded in for newer equipment though so that's nice. They treat you good as long as you do what they say but if you disagree with them they will threaten to fire you. Hometime for me is about three days a week so it's decent but it's usually my 10 and back in the truck. I do get a 34 reset on weekends.
Hourly pay, equipment is being upgraded, and potential for high earnings
Trailers are torn up, management has lack of communication and over works certain drivers. Slow to fix issues with equipment.