Discussion in 'Questions From New Drivers' started by stylez80Nine, Sep 22, 2021.
Iam a new owner OP and I’m wondering it’s that the normal rate for a load like this?
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I bet someone will. I would dead head 3-500 miles and pick up a 7k dollar load to California instead
I though I was going crazy for telling her no she said she moves it for $5400 every day. I guess I’m going broke cuz I ain’t taking that rate.
I hear that most times I call a broker. I don’t care what everybody else moves your crap for, doesn't mean I will.
I can’t imagine running a load for that as an O/O. I’m a company driver (local) and my loads pay anywhere from .75 to 1.25 a mile.
I just bounced from el paso tx to Cali fontana for 6375 load I should have waited on more a 5800 going 800 miles was on the board
That's a 1.65 per mile......that only means California ain't the place to go right now, or that PA freight is really weak
Dam i pull intermodol out of Chicago i average 3.50 a mile to the truck home every day and i thought that was cheap
Just pulled this of say 9 hrs work
It was not long ago o/o where happy with 1.19