I’ve pulled a few pups in my first year with Saia as a LH driver and haven’t hooked one anyway near as sketchy as that one.
I don’t think it’s a dying position especially with all the growth in the northeast. I’m actually surprised we haven’t added at least one at our...
It’s basically a regional position but you could cover home every day linehaul vacations for your home terminal.
Nice job on the cintas cash! Those insulated sweatshirts are really nice. The ones with the zipper not the pullover.
I ran Saturday and Sunday last weekend so I’m going fishing this weekend.
I’ll have to look at the linehaul manual but I’m 99% sure you’re correct Radman.
I’m the only guy that signs up to run the weekend at my terminal...
I just came off a 3300+ mile week and I plan on doing the same next week.
Yea I get that.. enjoy your visit to NY
That terminal is tiny but the TM’s a good dude
Didn’t get to hook your set out on the street at Jersey City? Man I DO NOT miss that.
I only own a few but they get the job done. A 1963 Winchester model 100 in 308cal this gun is a tack driver and it fills the freezer every fall.....
I haven’t seen them here in the northeast. I’m sure the O/O’s will be rolling again once things get back to normal.
We had 3-4 landstar O/O’s pulling sets out of the hub I turn every night until this mess started then Saia said goodbye to them.
I agree it sucks. I feel fortunate I’ve only been cut one night since 1/1/20
Just P&D I thought? Not linehaul
Saw Freight pulling a ground set in the way in tonight.
I’m thankful for my 500+ mile turn.. I want no part of that dock.
I started in the 90’s with a family owned Pepsi bottler selling off the truck and I always left with a pallet of glass. Customers loved those tall...
Ended March at $26,583.
3300 miles this week