CPM or forced per diem pay at May?

Discussion in 'May Trucking' started by Oaktown, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. Oaktown

    Oaktown Light Load Member

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    Their, May, is telling me they have a flat pay option for new peeps. 420.00 per week fo r90 days .30 CPM after you solo.

    I'm wondering if I can take the $420.00 and then go CPM afterwords and do my own taxes, guess we'll see. I saw a guy post the numbers somewhere else on here and even at .01 your giving the company, any company around 2K per year for free. On Per Diem. Thanks for the heads up.
     
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  3. Paloma

    Paloma Medium Load Member

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  4. Scooter Jones

    Scooter Jones Road Train Member

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    It's $420 a week while you train then $90 per day for 90 days after you solo. You have to get your facts straight, son :)
     
  5. Paloma

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    Right .. And that has nothing to do with Per Diem for every day yer on the road 100 miles away from home.
     
  6. Paloma

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    I find it funny that when I first started with May as company driver out of truck school .. We started at .30 cpm .. 4 and 1/2 years later .. It's still .30 cpm ... Lol
     
  7. mayDMdowntime

    mayDMdowntime Bobtail Member

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    oaktown you would be better browning pizza and wiping up spilled coffee at the pilot:stop:
     
  8. Scooter Jones

    Scooter Jones Road Train Member

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    When I was a trainee at May 4 yrs ago my student pay was 50 a day. I got off the trainers truck in 9 days and didn't look back. I averaged a minimum of 900 a week gross thereafter which is a bit better than browning pizza or cleaning up coffe at Pilot.
     
  9. Paloma

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    So you been a driver less than a year and you seem to think ya know it all. From what I see, you know crap. The 420 a week and 90/90 after solo is a good deal at an Entry Level Company.

    you must have a pathetic job to be so negative .. So sad.
     
  10. old timer123

    old timer123 Light Load Member

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    Its not only a write off,its taking part of your per diem also and calling it (Administrations Fees).They take a percentage of per diem,maybe .02 cents or more per mile.All tax free courtesy of the truck driver.10-4
     
  11. Oaktown

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    exactly, I spent about two months looking and the May pay schedule is very good ( Trucking wise) for rookies like myself.
     
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