Can I fight my contract?

Discussion in 'CR England' started by Ffx95, Sep 15, 2017.

  1. Tb0n3

    Tb0n3 Road Train Member

    Oct 5, 2012
    Sounds like just teams.
  2. x1Heavy

    x1Heavy Road Train Member

    Mar 5, 2016
    White County, Arkansas
    Trainee would create a situation with three people int he truck with a passenger waiver for the spouse. I don't think there is three seats in a truck with restraints unless you treat one bunk and it's crash net as a legal restraint for one soul.

    ive taken a couple short distances before. But extremely short for rescue type situations. They are out of that truck before they have a chance to cause trouble.
  3. pattyj

    pattyj Road Train Member

    Jul 19, 2008
    Sioux City,ia
    You may feel you have a valid reason to end your to end your contract but I doubt england will feel the same way.
  4. Pedigreed Bulldog

    Pedigreed Bulldog Road Train Member

    May 7, 2011
    Don't worry about the consequences that other driver and his unauthorized passenger face...that's on THEM. You had every right NOT to have to put up with that (not to mention, if it was your turn to drive when the DOT decided to inspect and discovered the unauthorized passenger, it would've been YOUR ticket!) Covering your own rear is NOT the equivalent of being a rat. A rat makes it his business to get others in trouble. You were merely making sure you stayed clear of trouble.
    Tb0n3 Thanks this.
  5. truckdriver31

    truckdriver31 Road Train Member

    Sep 18, 2013
    i wouldn't ride with you either. telling someone to man up that hasn't drove at night is not so cool. sounds like you are a real winner also.
  6. Broke Down 69

    Broke Down 69 Road Train Member

    Jul 3, 2016
    Concord NC
    Well, hell that's just stupid. Nobody had driven at night until the first time. Solar powered ain't a 9 to 5 out here in the OTR world.
  7. Ffx95

    Ffx95 Light Load Member

    May 18, 2017
    Not my fault all 3 of his trainers didnt let him drive night. Heck the way he drove it was with good reason. I was lucky my trainer was hard on me because now although I dislike driving nights I will drive if I have to. You can find it as messed up as you want but if you can't drive nights You should avoid OTR

    Oh and update, My DM just decided to have me run solo until he finds someone with similiar experience as me to take the truck when I go on hometime. I picked up a load that was running late because the guy's truck broke down and you guys are not going to believe this. After talking with him I found out he was the 3rd trainer of that nightmare of a driver. I also found out that the 3rd trainer kicked him off the truck on the 4th day being with him reason being he wasn't using the jakes on the mountains. Now the question is how was he allowed to upgrade to phase 2 with no trainer approvals?
  8. Jim007

    Jim007 Bobtail Member

    Dec 3, 2017
    I have the same situation describe above here back in 2016. After 8 months of OTR service for .14cpm then .25cpm the company let me go for policy violation. To be specific someone snitched to them that I had a beer can at a hotel room. At first they thought it was in a truck but after I made it clear I was off-duty at a hotel room they still could not care. Long story short I was fired the following dayThe problem is they email me a bill stating I owe them $4995+ for training and lodging. I told them I aint paying them a dime. They are the one who let me go while I'm only left with one month to finish up that contract. I told them I have no problem with coming back to finish up that contract. The question is do u guys think there is hope they wll call me back to finish up that contract?
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