Western express needs to be governed at 80.
That's really good
What would you say is a average weekly paycheck?
I always liked their equipment and runs I see them passing their terminal
Accessorial pay is a big thing.
Probably FedEx just bubble wrap it so they don't drop it too hard.
Reefer is perfect for people who don't sleep.
I was "addicted" to them for about a year I'd run hard then take one or a sleep aid and lights out , I'd be up fully energized before my 10 hour...
Does anybody out here not treat shipper/receivers like ####? I thought it was common practice to treat most these idiots like trash
Some will say 3000 a week average but after you ad in breakdowns, home time, etc it's very rarely 3000 a week for 52 weeks
That's 140k$ at freymiller or a different company?
What does the top driver make and the average number?
2700 miles is a pretty good average for miles weekly
Anything below 60 cpm and the benefits better be good . Tyson starts drivers below that but Benny's are super cheap for an example
I'm pulling my numbers from w2s , theres lots of people on YouTube and in person who will be glad to share. I'm talking about otr not regional....
From what iv been gathering is that an average reefer otr driver with 2 years experience could expect 78k-95k in today's market
Instacart sounds like a good idea
This guy lays it out , 3 years with them and hardly making 70k . Some food for thought
Iv never worked there , never owned a truck but iv been told by a few o/o tell me they had to chase Moore for pay