been with star transport for 2 months and....

Discussion in 'Star Transport IL' started by jr379, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. White Dog

    White Dog Road Train Member

    Feb 11, 2008
    jr379 said:
    Google Maps has you at 3,111 miles for the week.

    3,111 X .26 cpm = $808.86 Gross

    $808.86 - 18% taxes ($145.59 conservatively claiming 2 dependants) = $663.27 Net

    $663.27 - $30 per day meals (X5 days =$150) = $513.27 Actual Net

    14 hours per day X 5 days = 70 hours work

    $513.27 / (devided by) 70 hours = $7.33 per hour

    Yep.....that's right people.....numbers don't lie.....jr379 made minimum wage......worked his ### off for it......and is daymn happy about it!
    Good for you jr379......good for you!!!
    SOAthor Thanks this.
  2. 123456

    123456 Road Train Member

    Oct 22, 2010
    That is good for star transport.

    And if the driver is happy, good !!

    With 17 years, you should be making good money.

    Enjoy it !!!
  3. pjturner1989

    pjturner1989 Bobtail Member

    Jun 15, 2010
    columbia kentucky
    Can antone give me any info i put a app in and they said to call for a date to come and i was wanting to know how they are i have 7 months otr exp and they said i would have to go out with a trainer are they ten speeds how is home time and i dont have my hazmatz please help
  4. pjturner1989

    pjturner1989 Bobtail Member

    Jun 15, 2010
    columbia kentucky
    can anyone help me please i know someone out there works for them if you could please like me know about the company
  5. pjturner1989

    pjturner1989 Bobtail Member

    Jun 15, 2010
    columbia kentucky
    anyone please help me on info
  6. jr379

    jr379 Light Load Member

    Jun 8, 2010
    Probaly more hours than that considering long waits at shippers/receivers. Don't
    like it? Go flip burgers for minimum wage. Also Star starts you out at? 28. Im now
    at .30.
  7. Dispatch2185

    Dispatch2185 Bobtail Member

    Apr 7, 2011
    nowhere, illinois
    I work for Star Transport, in the office, have for quite some time. I've been reading some threads posted and some are insightful, some are humorous, and some are disappointing. While i know everything is not perfect at Star i would love the oppurtunity to discuss or dissolve some of the assumed topics in hopes to help clarify if anyone is interested. I mostly got on here because i think it is important for those of us in the office to obtain a better understanding of not only our own drivers but drivers abroad as far as their needs and concerns so that i may be able to do my own job better. I value the opinions of all TRUE truck drivers. I think we all know there are truck drivers and people that just drive trucks. Ever since i have started in the buisness i have gained most of my useful knowledge by relying on truck drivers with experience to help influence my work decisions along with company needs. In the end we are all after the same thing, pay the bills and enjoy our own quality of life whatever that may be. Myself is my family like so many others.
  8. volvodriver01

    volvodriver01 Road Train Member

    I gave Star Transport a shot and I didn't care for the results. Most of the trucks are 387's with cats and 13 speeds. love the trucks. I was even on two dedicated runs. The first one ended because of the economy and the second one ended because I quit. When I finally quit I was bringing home $ 415 a week and I was out for 5 days.
  9. cheflee

    cheflee Light Load Member

    Dec 11, 2011
    who spends that much on food?:biggrin_2559: lets break this down.
    4.00 breakfast
    6.00 lunch
    12.00 dinner
    and that is still going high. BUY YOUR FOOD AT THE MARKET AND YOU WILL SPEND 60.00 A WEEK:biggrin_25522:
  10. Jerzeegirlc

    Jerzeegirlc Light Load Member

    Dec 14, 2013
    NJ (South Jersey)
    Where are you now? Just wondering.
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