They a lot of trucks and high turnover so low hiring standards. Available co-drivers are often homeless, convicts or worse. If things don't work out you'll drive solo for 21 cpm for at least a week until you get a new co-driver. They have NO CLUE where their trailers are. You'll spend hours going from lot to lot looking for empties that aren't there for zero pay. Sometimes you''ll spend entire 11-hour shifts driving from state to state doing this. Forget home time unless you live near one of their FOUR terminals (Cedar Rapids, IA; Riverside, CA; OKC, OK or Carlisle, PA). If you live in the NW or SE getting home is like pulling teeth.