The Indeed.com average salary for owner operators at Landstar Ranger is $92,295 per year.
Landstar Ranger only hires owner operators and offers them the following benefits:
Good company, you do okay, You can do better somewhere else tho. LS hire,s Way to many O/O so it’s really hard to book loads here, LS Agents sell LS loads to outside carrier,s to make more money, A lot of 3rd & 4th party freight LS Agents use C.H. Robison & T.Q.L. Logistics, 80% of LS loads are all broker loads very little direct customer freight anymore, LS claim,s best of the best in drivers & agents , That’s not the case anymore. LS likes to hire paid off lease & company drivers who went O/O & hold there hand every step of the way.
I enjoy pulling for Landstar. if there's an issue with one of their trailers, just call and it gets fixed. They let you know if anything is needed on your part as an O/O like compliance issues. You book your loads, so you determine your home time. plenty of freight.
All owner/operator co. NO DISPATCHERS!! YOU find and book you're own loads. I pull they're trailer. They maintain the trailers well!!! I've been driving 22 yrs. Best company I've EVER worked for. The sky is the limit on how much you make!!!
best company I have ever leased to
There is no per mile rate, just percentage. If you pull van( you didn't specify) you get 65% of the linehaul. If you own your own van, you get 72%. If you take a few days off, you keep the trailer. If you're going to take 3 weeks off, they will most likely send someone to get it and you'll go find one when you come back out. There are terminals in IL, TX,, IN, FL, GA,PA, and I think NV. Some agents have their own private yards. Landstar is just the corporate middleman, all of your work comes from agents.Full Discussion