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I am a 'system' driver living 200 miles from my home terminal so I knew going in that I would be out two weeks at a time. There was no sugar coating it. In fact, when I mentioned I lived close to a major interstate and could probably get by the house a little more often, the recruiter said probably not. No one tells you what you want to hear, just what you need to hear. But they get you home when promised and pay you the out-of-route miles when you do go home. The pay is very good for this industry and the benefits, while not the greatest, sure aren't the worse either. I am on track to make 75-80,000 dollars this, my first full calendar year. Some of the equipment is older, especially the trailer fleet, but tank trailers are very expensive so a company will run them as long as safely possible. I have never had a trailer issue on the road other than a couple tires and my tractor went down one time due to the DEF system sensor- and I have had a truck with less than 25,000 miles go down for that.
Good mileage pay (50 cpm to start), 98% drop and hook for a clean trailer for next load, $20 an hour for detention after 2 hours and the same for breakdown pay, steady work- no sitting (and if you do end up sitting there's $100 for hold-over pay)
Not much here. Some older trailers and you'll start in an older (3-4 yr. old truck). I started 1 1/2 years ago and will be in line for a new truck in the spring of 2018. If you do have to use a spare truck while yours gets worked on it will not be the best but at least you can keep working.
Its not all bad , but there are certainly better places to start out if you are new in the business. The other hand, there are much worse out there as well. If you are a veteran, I don't know why you would want to work here. To start with, they will tell you one lie after another in orientation. My co-driver and I would laugh about it all the time because that's all you can do it about it is laugh. If you confront them about it, they will apologize that you misunderstood...hahahaha. Do not believe what you see on their website about how much you will make, as those numbers are not accurate. On the good side I had a $1000 guarantee because i had over a year in experience when I joined them. On the downside, I rarely made more than that, simply because they could not give us enough miles. As a team we would mostly get solo miles, not team miles. If you are new to the industry, $1000 might sound like a good deal, but you can do much better out there with other companies with a years worth of experience. I got sucked in because I liked the idea of working for a faith based company. Unfortunately, they do not always live up to what they preach. Their driver managers are a mess, mostly very young with very little experience, and poorly trained. Each manager, in my opinion, has way too many drivers to be responsible for. They would fail to read our messages all the way through and then blame us for not communicating. At times, trying to have a professional conversation with them was impossible, as they just won't listen. Repeatably, they will not even read your messages all the way through, then blame you for the problems that might result. Night shift management is a joke, as they will not pass on information to the day shift, or perhaps the problem is the day shift will not check up on what might have transpired the night before, and again you will get the blame for not communicating. Management will never ever admit to making mistakes, even though they made them quite often. Fuel stops are so few. At one point we were doing a dedicated account with Fresh Express in Morrow, Georgia. The problem was they have no fuel stops in the entire state !!! So we had to fuel near our drops before returning. Do not let yourself get conned into taking the Fresh Express account. You could actually make a lot of money with it if they would just stack your loads, but they never did that. We often would sit 3 or 4 days total at a truck stop waiting. Thank goodness for that guarrantte of $1000. The driver's facility in Tenessee is nasty. Half the washers don't work and don't even get me started on the sanitation issues in the showers and toilets. We made the mistake of giving them a two week notice when we found a much better offer. I had purchased airline tickets to get home, but then they cut us early. This caused a whole bunch of problems for me, as I had things all planned out. Then to make it all worse, you will not get paid with auto deposit on your last check. It can take up to 14 days. So if you chose to work here, take my advice and do not try to do the right thing by giving them two weeks notice, as they will probably do the same to you . Instead, go home for scheduled home time, and after getting your last check, then quit. Its unfortunate, but it must be done. Bottom line, I really did not lean anything new with them, and I am glad to be moving on to much better things.
perhaps a good place to start, but you could do better
no respect for drivers