Ats lease

Discussion in 'Anderson' started by Shokwave, Feb 11, 2013.

  1. Ironman6622

    Ironman6622 Light Load Member

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    How is it by far the best?? Give us some examples
     
  2. passingthru69

    passingthru69 Road Train Member

    Rollie did not retire. He is still running the show. The founder was Harold Anderson. He passed away about 11 years ago I believe.
    Brent the grandson is Vice President of H.H.
     
  3. taxiguy79

    taxiguy79 Bobtail Member

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    what im meaning ironman is that you do a lease with them after one yr you take your 4 grand and u go put it down on a truck dont matter what your credit is you prove yourself in the first yr and if your still here there help u get your own, an atm they have a opening in the ikea fleet its vans but pays really well and a $2000 dollar sign on bonus if a driver refs you into it so let me know if you would do vans and i could give u my info
     
  4. needAbetterJOB

    needAbetterJOB Bobtail Member

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    Any current ATS drivers still around? Get at me. I'm looking into their L/P. I will refer a driver who can answer some questions for me.
     
  5. taxiguy79

    taxiguy79 Bobtail Member

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    what are you wanting to know im leasing with ats as of right now and plan on it for years to come there the best company ive ever worked for or leased into
     
  6. fmfexpress

    fmfexpress Bobtail Member

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    Thinking about doing the lease with ATS....running southeast regional...do anyone have good or bad things to tell me about them.
     
  7. tracyq144

    tracyq144 Heavy Load Member

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    Ah, you are correct. Shows how long ago I pulled for them. ;)
     
  8. CarolinaTrucka

    CarolinaTrucka Bobtail Member

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    Wanting to know the same info myself. Ran into a Lady ATS L/P driver @ USPS in Nashville the other day. She had nothing but praise
     
  9. glowstickz

    glowstickz Light Load Member

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    I am starting orientation tomorrow. I am going to start a thread here to document my true experience with ATS. Hope it helps some other drivers for me to do this.
     
  10. RPSloan

    RPSloan Bobtail Member

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    They do have a L/P program for the Heavy fleet. They also require $8,000 down to do a L/P on that fleet. The trucks are double framed 367 Pete's with 550-600 ISX Cummins some 550-600 Cats. They've got 23k FA, 20k pusher, 46k drives, 2spd rears, 18spd trans. I'm no genius or anything, but I'd say that setup will move heavy loads. Not like I know anything, I had a 2004 Pete 378 with a 23k setback FA, 50k rears, 650 C-15, double frame, 4:11/5:25's, 18 speed Eaton and pulled a Murray 16 tire and Murray 32 tire Jeep with fixed 10 wide and a Murray 32 tire Jeep and Scrapper Basket. Ran a few older 379's set up in a similar fashion over the years.
     
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