Yep. I used to always stop there too, especially for breakfast. It's funny how I used to hate salt cured ham when I was a kid. Now I crave it and...
I think it mostly depends on where they send you and which truck stops you end up parking at. Since I've been at Landstar I've only been hit once.
I got hit in parking lots several times when I was there. I didn't even deal with Safety. I just dealt with claims.
LengthLimits2 by Antinomian posted Nov 8, 2019 at 6:41 PM
You keep saying things like that about your current employer in a public forum and you might get your wish sooner than you want. Just saying.
As far as I know Swift never bought T-600's. They bought T-2000's, ...the infamous bulbous bow KW's. Then they bought T-660's
Does Knight/Swift use DAC? Swift used to only use DriverFacts.
Driving through Houston this morning it hit 8 ppm while I was driving around Beltway 8 with the windows open. That was just the background...
They'll care about PSP because of what it does to insurance rates.
Only if it had a 95% balloon note at the end and I was planning to let the bank have it.
Not likely. For defamation you usually can only sue for actual damages. That means no attorney's fees.
That's interesting. I would have said just the opposite. I sometimes have trouble with brass fittings when the weather turns cold. Plastic...
Does your sleeper AC drip condensate onto the switches below the duct?
In addition to a maladjusted sensor, this can also be caused by a loose hub nut, or the seal leaking again. Don't keep driving it before you find...
Not really. Nobody in the trucking industry is independent of the insurance industry. If you are self insured you still have to have a bond, which...
At Swift? Safety points are always added. The folks at the Swift safety department couldn't care less what any driver actually has to say. They...
Except he'll have to account for the time. Trucking companies require work references.
LOL Do you blame him?
Not to mention the fact that CMV tires are almost always rated at 75 mph max.