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I'm on a dedicated account hauling cabinets out of Ferdinand, Indiana. I have a guaranteed salary of $1,100/wk (I usually make at least $1,400). I pick up preloaded trailers and make multiple stops along the way. It's 50 cpm plus $25 per stop. When I get unloaded I head back to the plant to get another load. Sometimes I get a backhaul. Sometimes not. Either way I get 50 cpm. Loaded AND empty. Very fair company to work for. If I need something I simply make a phone call and I get it. On the downside, JB trucks are small. No APU. No inverter. Passenger seat is a solid mounted "jump seat" with no adjustment. JB Hunt is a huge company with many different accounts including, but not limited to, intermodal, family dollar, masterbrand (cabinets), flatbed, dry van, local, etc. they also allow you to transfer to other accounts if there's an opening.
Guaranteed weekly salary. Well maintained, late model equipment. 24/7 support. Always preplanned-never wait for loads.
Short wheelbase tractors with small sleepers. No APU. No inverter.
Was an o/o on their Freedom Board. West coast based company. Lots of freight in NW and Cali. Good rates going out but cheap coming back in. I was with them for 8 months. Ran 90% on west coast, WA, OR, CA, AZ, some UT, MT and NV. Averaged $1.30ish all miles. Bought an older truck, 2006, so non Cali compliant and felt without running Cali that rates weren't there. Overall an OK company....
Freedom of choosing your loads/lanes. Multiple terminal locations. 60-70% Drop and Hook.
O/O seem to be of less importance than company drivers. Shops always too busy to work on O/O trucks. Practically impossible to get detention, layover, or TONU. Cheap broker freight. Can only book loads 72 hours out.