Discussion in 'Oilfield Trucking Forum' started by AC22, Feb 6, 2019.
Anyone out there get chain up pay? The past month has been brutal up here.
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I think last year Power Fuels/Nuverra paid like... $25 or something for chaining up.
Where I’m at I don’t think we get chain pay but I’ve only done it once since winter so it’s a wash.
I pass on the entire chain up fee to the driver. If they're willing to throw chains it's worth it to show them they're appreciated
Yup, my hourly rate!
I was just about to say..... Don’t most jobs get paid by the hour? Hence your getting paid for it?
Also, chains take 5 minutes on, 3 minutes off - lets be realistic.
I got this feeling you've never thrown triple rails when you're already sliding down a hill. And paying by the load keeps drivers from milking the clock
I usually throw my triple before the hill, like any responsible driver
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I'm with this guy.