With Roadtex, plan on being micromanaged with fuel, shipping papers, etc.. It'll be team-driving and slip-seat trucks.
If you sign on with Maverick, be wary of trainer Scotty at the Little Rock terminal (he also does training in Laurinburg). He's worried about his...
You'll make a lot of money with Maverick, and travel all 48 with them. They'll want to send you into Canada too in their glass division. Their...
What things do you notice in trainees that you know will make them successful drivers? What things do you notice in some people that make you...
Will the company try to screw you around for your requested time off to spend with your spouse? Or does the company reliably honor...
How often do Abilene drivers run New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, and states west of there?
great thread. How long do they train you in load securement (i.e. securing lumber, steel coils, etc.) ?
Do Abilene's trucks have driver-facing cameras?
To my knowledge, Maverick does not have a lease program.
maybe BigRoad Trucking app
Anyone know of any sites or apps that provide free E-log tracking?
McElroy promises to have you home each weekend.
Why have you ruled out going to truck driving school at a local technical college?
Where are all the CFI terminals located?
From what I know, it's difficult to get a linehaul position with OD right out of school. That may only be true for my area though.
I know Covenant is looking for teams and is offering a lot in bonuses.
I heard Cypress operates run-down equipment.
TMC's training period is long, so I guess that's good training.
Hope it works out well for you. I wonder what the name of the company is though...
very helpful. I'm surprised that there are no cons or downsides. Perhaps the cons will rear their ugly heads in the months to come.