No hazmat on this lane.
I think I got 2800 miles pretty easy on that lane the couple weeks I ran it.
Shoot for the Laredo/Nashville dedicated. It's a good easy lane with good miles.
I ran it for them a few times and liked it a lot.
All 10 speeds and yes on the engine brakes.
Some of the 2015 ProStars have built in inverters and APU's.
My deal was a bit different. I was driving as a contractor for an owner/op and he was paying me 50% of the load. It was easy to make $1,200/week....
When I drove there, I ran Laredo to Lansing dedicated. It's tight, but yeah, you can get it done in 5 days and have 2 off if you live along the...
Most of the newer trucks all have APU's now. If not, they do allow inverters up to a certain size. Sadly, I do not recall what size right now off...
454kid, the yellow trucks (as far as I know) are gone now.
GSmith.....It originates in Dallas, then to OKC and back to Dallas.
Been a driver for several years. Closing in on 1,000,000 safe miles, and have a clean PSP and MVR, too.
Have a nice day.
If you have to worry about what type of drug test a company uses for screening, you probably don't need to be driving trucks for a living.
If only this forum would make IP addresses visible.......8)
I understand that, but that thread still has useful information within it.
ArmyMP, I do not work for TMC, but if I were going to choose a new company to drive for, it would be them. Last fall, I applied and was then given...
There were days when I ran relief where I was off by 3pm (starting at 5am). Other days I ran until 10pm.
It's tough work and the pay is good, but...
Good luck and be safe Gunner!
On the bright side, you'll get your 10 hour break!
Good Luck Gunner!
I've been a big fan of this thread.
Congrats! I think you'll be just fine.
There's several dedicated runs that run along I-35 up and down Texas. Will you be going there as a company driver or owner/op?