So Hypothetically speaking, one would have to do this off the books and not report the additional income from a side business.
I work about 50 hours a week driving semi. Would the hos rules allow to start my own part time side business and cut hair on my days off as an...
I've just seen an ad for them on Facebook. A dedicated team run.10k sign on bonus (5k per driver). 170k/year gross (I'm guessing 90k per driver)
Yea, they're solo regional guys. One bunk sleepers. Otr/truckload, intermodal, DCS, whatever's on their door.
You're not sick of California overall? I can't wait to see my W-2 next year and find out how much the state took out. Nevada is right next door.
You know the saying, "they gave me an offer I couldn't refuse"? Well JB didn't offer me jack, but I kept an eye on open driving positions within...
Word, those are tough weeks huh? I work for JB. I'm happy with them. I just transferred from their Stockton yard to their South Gate yard.
You're not going to find a tanker as clean as the one in your link unless you catch it right after it leaves the factory it was made at lol
I see youre grinding. How much experience do you have now and what's your avg gross if you don't mind sharing?
350 a day is really good. Good luck bro
Sorry to hear about your injury. Where are you working now?
The ol saying of "do what you love". I'll be happier with the bank roll coming in. I hear alot of good things about ODFL. Sounds like they pay...
ODFL has P & D as well
Which carrier were you with? Too much work for too little pay?
How is the pay? Avg weekly gross?
Can you describe your job duties and work?
What is a typical shift for a new driver getting hired into one of these local delivery carriers?
Gross or net?
Perhaps CRST hasn't pursued you yet?