Yellow was broken off from YRC. Roadway was sold to UPS. Yellow took a $700 million loan from the government which means they will probably go...
If not then come work where I work.
Go with Estes.
$1000 a day is not worth the headaches that come with it to me. (Notice I said to me) Finding loads off the load boards is the best way to go...
I did this for about a year. Now I have a job where I don’t have appointments and they ask me what my eta is. Now I make more than I did when...
Since it would be your decision to stay in the truck a jury would not give you a dime. But, nice try.
You drive until your 11 hours are up and only stop for bathroom breaks and load/tire checks. Make sure you have a fridge and microwave in truck...
I would say false. They are only .34% higher than national average on OOS inspections.
No law but as a past Safety Director and Terminal manager I can say every driver I personally know that had a broken heater had to be put in a...
I have the same problem in a 2019 International.
You can ask anything you want. I would contact an attorney to see if you could sue them.
That company is a crap company. Contact me with DM and I will help you.
Call the states Labor board and ask them your question if you want the truth.
It wasn’t broker who loaded you and broker is not responsible for shippers mistake like that.
Simple answer No.
you have no contract for the load they started loading. Bond insurance is for breaking contracts.
The company must supply you with a motel room to rest if there is no heater in the truck working to keep you warm.
Florida does not have any laws regarding what deductions may or may not be taken from an employees paycheck or whether an employee must provide...
so statistics show most truckers are fat, dirty and single so I can assume you are too. Cool
Have you seen any of their ghost fleet trucks? I didn't think so.
Tri State has more than 60 in the ghoast fleet themselves.