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Decent equipment, all international prostars, 10spd new ones have ISX15's. Currently phasing out the maxxforce trucks. Most loads are building materials currently grossing ~$1000 per week as a rookie driver. There good money to be made especially on dedicated accounts in SC, and wv. Plus home every weekend. Can't speak for miles as I run dedicated in SC.
Most people at Boyd seem to actually enjoy their jobs and are willing to help the driver.
Management of dispatch is a bit lax so SOME but not all FMs have a superiority complex. Payroll also seems incompetent at best.
DMT is a small flatbed company of 120 or so trucks. They recently sold 75% to P&S. The trucks I saw were older, with 500,000 miles or more, but well maintained. The owner is hands-on and works every day, sometimes on the road. Everyone in the office is really nice and accommodating. Most drivers get home on the weekend, usually loaded with a Monday delivery appointment. This would be a great home for an experienced flatbed driver living in the Southeast. I recommend starting flatbed with a big company like Melton or TMC, where you can learn the basics in a classroom and warehouse, in a comprehensive way. Me? Back to reefer!
68 mph. New trucks are on the way. Small family company and I felt welcome and at home from day one. Sign on bonus. Home most weekends.
Training for inexperienced flatbed drivers is marginal. Seemed like there was no plan. Just winging it. I have 12 years OTR driving experience. I was treated like a child by my trainer, who was 10 years my junior. I told the recruiter that I don't smoke, and would not train with a smoker. My trainer was a smoker. The first week was long and difficult but a success, I thought. The second week the trainer became more and more frustrated and impatient with me. We only stopped to eat once a day.