any updated info on knight

Discussion in 'Knight' started by starstress, Sep 7, 2007.

  1. Sad_Panda

    Sad_Panda Road Train Member

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    Reefer vs dryvan.

    Does that mean that I can't pull a reefer trailer on the dryvan side? No, because I've seen it. Sure the routing on the paperwork is different, but overall, saying it's a different company questions why SLC was building reefer trucks a couple of months ago.

    And not all places you need to "quit" to switch. Bet you didn't know that!

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  3. Outinc

    Outinc Bobtail Member

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    The two companies are owned by the same parent corp. I'm in the van side and have pulled a reefer trailer. It was a shippers mistake, Frys loaded a dry load into a reefer, pulled it to Albuquerque but had to return it back to Frys m/t. Dry couldn't load any frieght into and we couldn't pull a reefer load.

    As far as switching driving from one to the other, you can change divisions as long as you have been driving in your current division for a min of 6 months, have a good service record, and get your terminal manager to okay the transfer. I know because I checked into this.

    I've been driving for over 35 years, I've run both dry and reefer, I prefer dry when frieght is moving, but as this economy is getting worst I may move over to reefer. More ######## to put up with reefers but the miles are there.
     
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