30 bucks an hour? A good driver making case pay will do much better than that.
It's not for everybody. Good that you figured it out without hurting yourself and landed on a gig that works for you.
I hate theft in general, that being said:
The guys who steal cats, guys who do tons of damage to steal a couple hundred bucks worth of copper,...
Who makes a living running remote areas and doesn't carry basic supplies like warm clothing?
I'm in the drive thru side of food service and while things have slowed down right now due to the time of year, the work load was killing us for a...
Can't just use a sock like everyone else?
Sounds like hireright.
Just a point of order, jerking things around is never good. Pull and push smoothly, it's much better for your body.
Moving heavy freight is a...
Nope. I don't like it. Maybe later in life but right now I get annoyed with my 74 mile route. Too much driving.
I'm glad to see I'm not the only driver who hates driving and prefers to mix it with work.
Well yeah, the heavier and more specialized the more dead head you're going to see.
If you are smart about it that's figured into the rates.
Avocados are a fruit, good sir.
Ouch. How much freight would be involved in such a day?
26 ft trailer? Where are they going to put the other half of the load?
I'm guessing even though you quoted me that wasn't directed at me?
Bring your running boots, bud, it's a fast paced world you are dropping into.
I'm in food service now. I can't say how their current flats compare to their vans. But 3 years ago I was throwing shade at the company I was...
I'm pretty sure any such company will have an extra board. Vacations and call outs need to be covered, and that's the extra board.
I always pictured you being older. Mid 50s probably. Not sure why, not like I've ever seen a picture of you.
McLane food service or grocery? Food service is just as heavy if not more than Sysco, depending on your accounts. Grocery side is easier, lighter.