Thank you for the detailed answer. I'm really liking the first setup as it seems extremely versatile because not only can you haul forest...
I've seen a few different supervan/curtain setups in the Pacific Northwest and I was wondering what the pros and cons of each setup are.
Might be a long shot, but are there any Franz Bakery drivers on here?
I thought it would be interesting to see how far (miles/minutes) your daily commute to work is?
How far do you think is too far for a daily commute?
So your shift starts and ends in Ship? No commuting to Carlisle?
So you commute from Spring Run, PA to Carlisle, PA every day?
I saw they have a local job posted that says Shippensburg, would that be out of...
If you gotta worry about passing a drug test then truckin' isn't for you.
Do you have to fly or can you take Amtrak/bus if you want to?
I had no idea they had a PNWF. Are you in small sleeper truck?
Are you still on the Western 11 fleet softail?
Well I just heard Conway got bought out by XPO for $3 Billion.. just thought id get the ball rolling on the discussion :happy1:
Obviously it depends on the company, but do the trucks usually have Sirius/ipod hook ups built in or do you guys carry a Sirius/ipod boombox?
I know the senior guys are the ones with the day time linehaul gigs and it depends on what barn you're out of, but is there a general round about...
Here's a example of a "tractor trailer driver" that isn't for feeders.
Sometimes the "tractor trailer driver" jobs are for freight so you have to read it carefully if you're looking for parcel. Most of the feeder jobs...
Great, thank you!
Those with custom messages under their name that are set by staff members seem to be messed up.
(See mine for example)
Pretty sure only a few UPSF barns are union. The union UPS LTL guys are the parcel guys.
I know Carlisle, Pa has a line haul board, are there any other barns in Pa with a line haul board? I couldn't find any data on which barns have...
That is true, but it's still nothing like back in the northeast.