Union LTL pays 22.50ish an hour for most on duty not driving time. So better than free but worse than it could be.
Side of the road? On duty. At a hotel cause your truck's in the shop? Off duty.
When I was working at Subway, I was coming in to work to open and the FSA driver was already there making a delivery. As we were a key drop store...
YRC freight was one year experience, but will hire just about anyone now.
YRC doesn't run elogs yet. Quit stirring the pot.
I just got a new car and one of the "features" were auto brights. I turned that #### off immediately cause I am just as tired of it as you are.
That'll buff out
Health insurance is second to none. Western contract coverage, employees pay 0 dollars towards health insurance. I live in Colorado and opted for...
Congrats, might see you in Denver from time to time.
YRC Freight has outward facing only.
Only stop if you somehow entered the state without passing one yet.
No and no actually.
I have experience driving Volvos with the ishift + D13 engine. 99% of your control is still centered around your right foot, not your left. Learn...
You should start at around .44cpm, which is 85% of full time. My first full year as a road driver on the extra board was around 53k.
I little from column A, a little from column B. Tire got a hole in the tread and was losing air. Started off pulling to the left, but...
Less than truckload, i.e. small shipments.
You do not need to carry them, but then again you can not proceed without them if the signs are on. The odds of needing to use them on I25 are...
To get to Grand Junction I ended up taking I70 to CO9 to US40 to CO13. On the way back I saw the chain law was up for rabbit ears pass and...
Is this a viable alternate:
I-70 to US285 to US50 to Grand Junction? Or should I stick with the posted detour up to Steamboat and Craig?