Fmcsa is now only a starting point. Carriers are free to impose further requirements on drivers.
Insurers are free to impose further requirements...
So, fifteen years ago you didn't pee in a cup.
Fifteen years ago.
You da man.
I don't know where you work, but in the rest of the world, a preventable collision triggers a mandatory test. Nothing random about it.
Thank you for " 'nards". That was the word growing up but when I went out into the world everybody was calling them something else.
Same here. Never had a random or a level 1. Look at me, look at the truck and get a walk around or level 3.
Had one point at state level once long...
There's a $1000 forced escrow for chargebacks etc if something comes up after you leave. Not the maintenance account type.
There are other charges. $1000 for escrow and more if you buy the omnitracs eld.
Landstar takes just under $39/week on plates. The physical damage is monthly. [ATTACH]
Catching drivers isn't necessary. The yard was clean. That's all they're after.
Wish more shippers and truck stops had this policy.
Crystal Geyser in Weed CA
I slide the tandems unless it's a light load and they're using pallet jacks. Got a nice trailer and want to keep it that way.
I don't think she wrote that at all. She says straight up they weren't familiar with self dispatch and never found their groove.
I was in the midwest last week moving totes to farmers, processors and a crop duster shop. Best work. Short trips easy load/unload and the money...
"A new study from
suggests that #COVID19 can survive for 3h in the air, 4h on copper and 3 days on plastic & stainless steel."
Today the US death toll is more than 90. In Italy it's over 2500.
Would you have us wait until our numbers match Italy's before taking action?
When you leave it will continue as an alumni group.
You need a certain amount of fuel left in the tank to avoid drawing air. [ATTACH]