Who isn’t offering a sign on bonus now is the real question
My mistake… my post refers to MME
Your going to see all vans in linehaul. They run mostly 48’s. However, I saw many city drivers in single screws with 28’s. Once you get out of...
Worked my butt off last week hauling co2. Pretty decent for working dayshift and being home everyday. Cryo is the best.
Really impressive and awesome history. Well done. I was delivering to some of the BNSF rail yards in the inland northwest once a week a few years...
Seeing this post inspired me back in 2010 to become a truck driver. I knew I had to be one of them in the story.
I pulled double oil tankers with single screw for a few months before I got a semi trailer. That was real rough. The oil was only loaded about 3/4...
Stick a quarter on the grommet before connecting the air line. DOT frowns on disconnected lines.
It seems like they have improved things a lot at Venezia. I’d go to them in a second these days if my cryo gig didn’t work out. They definitely...
.71- 10,000 per mile is a pretty big range
Doing darn fine right there. I’m sure the day cab guys don’t bring in that much
Ouch my man
Yea but what’re you going to make on a week pulling 80?
Pacific Ca systems. Out of Yakima. Cryo loads with a sleeper. All over the NW. a Lot of co2, argon, lin, lox….
Williams Tank Lines
What kind of numbers are you grossing at 12-13 hours a day?
How’s propane treating you?
Waking up at 4am? In the trucking world, starting around then, you might as well put on your tie because those are trucker banker hours.
I vote cryo or chemical. I’ve never made less than 80/85k on the cryo side. You can go easy doing 45 hours a week and make 75k. Not hard to gross...