Anyone driving for Walmart?

Discussion in 'Wal-Mart' started by trecord88, Jun 20, 2019.

  1. trecord88

    trecord88 Light Load Member

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    Hey guys just wondering what's a typical work week driving for Walmart. A buddy of mine ran into a driver here in Phoenix and the guy told him that it's the best and easiest job he's had and said that he takes home between $3500-$5500 every 2 weeks. Does any of this serum pretty legit?
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  2. D.Tibbitt

    D.Tibbitt Road Train Member

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    I would check the walmart forum on here , u should be able to get alot of responses
     
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  3. trecord88

    trecord88 Light Load Member

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    Thanks man didn't know there was one
     
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    D.Tibbitt Road Train Member

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    No problem heres the link Wal-Mart
     
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  5. Radman

    Radman Road Train Member

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    I believe it but don’t expect to get that working 4-5 days as a new driver there. You’ll have to work with only a restart off. As a new employee there. I’m pretty sure.
     
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  6. trecord88

    trecord88 Light Load Member

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    Thanks bro
     
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  7. T.Rucker

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    Yeah it’s legit. I’ve been here for only 2 months and I’m making what he’s giving you for numbers (not the $5500 yet). I’m running up in the northeast. Drop and hook, unless you’re hauling out of a grocery DC then it’s multiple stops but you get paid for each stop. Making $ at Walmart is a combination of mileage and activity pay. As long as you work a full day and keep on trucking you can make some good coin.

    Pretty easy job. Follow their rules, Drive like a professional and you’ll have no problems. No driver facing camera, just road facing cameras. For what they pay it really is easy work. They take good care of the drivers. Of course I’m new so an older driver might disagree because I understand things have changed. However, compared to other companies I’ve worked for, Walmart takes good care of their drivers...
     
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  8. Metallica88

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    Sounds great but I'm having a tough time getting over the slip seating OTR .
     
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    T.Rucker Light Load Member

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    Yeah I hear you. That is one thing that really sucks. As drivers retire and more programs become available, from what I understand I will eventually be able to get into my own assigned truck. Right now I’m low man in the pecking order and working my way up, but yeah slip seating gets old quickly.
     
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  10. trecord88

    trecord88 Light Load Member

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    That sounds pretty #### good man, how many layovers do you have to do a week?
     
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