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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.
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.