Big roy trucking in ND ?

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  1. Hillbilly pirate

    Hillbilly pirate Bobtail Member

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    My research comes up dry #### near. Any know anything about them. They are water haulers. Offered me a spot in williston.
     
  2. rabbiporkchop

    rabbiporkchop Road Train Member

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    Have you spoken to their drivers? Hanging out at a disposal is a good way to meet people and find out the inside scoop.
     
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  3. Crude Truckin'

    Crude Truckin' Road Train Member

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    New one on me. Never heard of them.
     
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  5. Rodeorowdy

    Rodeorowdy Light Load Member

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    Still need info?

    I was there 2 years. They are reliable and will pay on time
     
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  6. Omacktruck100

    Omacktruck100 Bobtail Member

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    I might start working there pretty soon, how was the pay?
     
  7. Rodeorowdy

    Rodeorowdy Light Load Member

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    Well, it Was a lot higher when I was there from 2015 to 2017, than I’m sure it is now.

    Like I said earlier, they are an honest company, will pay you on time and they will pay you for the hours you put in.
     
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  8. Omacktruck100

    Omacktruck100 Bobtail Member

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    Thanks for the quick reply.

    was offered $15/hr for training and after goes to like $22- 24 with 12 hr shifts, working 4 weeks on and 1 week off and $400 housing allowance.

    Let me ask you this, did you at least clear 6k a month take home? Thanks again
     
  9. Rodeorowdy

    Rodeorowdy Light Load Member

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    Yes
    Also others of the crew I was on. We were very busy back then when I started the summer of 2015.

    And the prices were a lot higher for hauling production water, then I am sure they are now.

    if you don’t have much, or any experience, then that sounds like a good deal to me, just getting started.

    Stay there for a year and you’ll have a good work reference and good experience to work your way up to a new job with a higher salary, if they don’t give it to you there first.

    Safe driving
     
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