Fedex Ground isn’t a bad entry to LTL but I wouldn’t make a career of it.
It’s possible to do 65-75k/year walking into a bid run but like others...
UPSF in Indy has called me 3 times in the past month. I doubt he'll be sitting long when company like that starts calling old applicants
If you're willing to team top rate at OD is around 72-75 cpm depending on region.
You'd have to be a moron or a genius to find a way to make less...
Your YTD works out to right around $60k/year so probably a lot of companies?
Almost 10 grand a piece right now.
Moose, shut up.
If you really were happy with your stupid company you wouldn't be so butt hurt about proving it to everyone.
Look into being a casual driver at any of the LTLs. Pick whenever you want to run and still earn as much as your typical OTR driver.
Melton Truck Lines didn't used to.
They run a few teams now, used to be all solo drivers. I don't think their training has changed though.
Also, how has no one pointed out the BEST part of that video is at 1:30
"HEY MAN - YOU EFF ME UP BAD MAN"
I would. How the hell am I supposed to ignore her when she's so darn...visible.
14 hour rule does nothing but burden OTR guys and saves the rear of some local guys.
I use every bit of my 14 from time to time. I hate to have...
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This is where you can start to take it off your record.
If you can't get...
Just get an iPhone guys
If he won't run to Jersey that's his choice.
If he took a job that advertised, "NO JERSEY" he obviously took it thinking hey this is great for me,...
Crete did the same thing
Funny that they think this is the most important change they had to advertise to get more drivers.
Good to see they're...
"semi truck taps bumper and leaves no dents"
A rolling rig would have destroyed that bumper even at 1 mph. We all know it. There is no such thing...
That was me, sorry. I'll be more careful next time
Not hard to find guys making $2k+/week in LTL
Keep your record clean. They don't hire anyone with a pulse like truckload carriers do.