This is what happens when you have an endless supply of suckers who will try owning their own trucks.
10 years experience?
Why is he still doing an entry level job?
How long have you been driving? Tickets, accidents?
That’s correct, regional flatbed 3000 miles a week not likely to happen.
You may as well drive for them directly. Easy job good money however medical insurance has high deductible.
If you meet and talk to several WM...
Think about it very carefully, if I were you I would not move. Just wait until an opening near you.
Check the truck manufacturers sticker tells you the max weight on steers, must be matched with the tire rating and not excede 20,000 pounds
The secret is going to sleep 8 hours before you head out to work.
What DC is that?
Drained pension fund has retired New York union workers pinching pennies to survive, as doom looms for reserves across U.S. - NY Daily News
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The following are the minimum captains pay.
Let’s not forget commercial pilots can’t fly...
A Captain with 10 years on the job with UPS or FeDex makes about 350k ✈️✈️ ✈️o_O
Even you don’t get my point. The fact is WM drivers’ salaries have not kept up with inflation for the past 20 years.
In today’s dollars vs. cost...
With all due respect, you don’t even have a clue what WM drivers were making 20 years ago.
making almost the same as 20 years ago? Not ahead if you asked me.
Many Mega Carriers are raising drivers’ pay by 20%, how about WM do the same just to keep up.
20 years ago WM drivers were making 80k, 90k etc....
Rumor has it after the fiscal new year a substantial pay increases for drivers is coming.
Anyone else heard this?
If you approach this job offer with the attitude of a professional who drives trucks for a living and this is just a job, not a...