Danny Herman Trucking, good or bad ??

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  1. HD_Renegade

    HD_Renegade Road Train Member

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    Interesting, I have not heard this. A friend of mine has been running for them for around 6 months, and I had not heard this before.
     
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  3. insipidtoast

    insipidtoast Medium Load Member

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    Does your peoplenet allow you to drive up to 2 miles off duty?
     
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  4. dominic23

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    Know the post is old but just Incase your still wondering. I hope these help
     
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  5. .RYAN

    .RYAN Light Load Member

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    That's lower than mega starter company pay.
     
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  6. Oldironfan

    Oldironfan Road Train Member

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    Wow that is cheap pay rate.
    They do not hire North of Toledo area. In case you wondered, I called them.
     
  7. smokey12

    smokey12 Road Train Member

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    Dang, I thought they paid more than that, not cool
     
  8. HD_Renegade

    HD_Renegade Road Train Member

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    The pay is a lot better than what you may think. That paper is old. You can actually get more miles to run driving for DHT than other places. If you are willing to do the work you get paid pretty good.

    Mega carriers suck. I know, as I have been with DHT for just over 6 months. Just call CJ at DHT and talk to him. Get the real info from the source.
     
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  9. dominic23

    dominic23 Bobtail Member

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    Sorry all, HD_Renegade is correct. That paper is old. Most recently we had a overhaul of our pay structure. Adding per dime and bumping out pay. Check it out.
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  10. Brian Stackhouse

    Brian Stackhouse Bobtail Member

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    DHT Average Length of Haul is 1450 Miles. There are No Refers & No Snow Chains. DHT has No NorthWest, No NorthEast & No Florida customers. DHT has Multiple Company Owned Yards & Shops. DHT is 60% Drop & Hook. The DHT Live Loads are a blessing compared to the long waits, and rude/stressed people at many grocery warehouses. The DHT Qualcomm is Quiet, and the dispatchers don’t nag you. Light Loads are very common...DHT has Nice People, and a Relaxed Environment. OTR doesn’t get easier
     
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  11. RustyChops41

    RustyChops41 Light Load Member

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    The "extra stop" flat pay is very common in the industry, and to clarify, that amount is (usually) in addition to your miles, if any (due to the zip-to-zip formula) between the stops. For example, if it's $15 per extra stop, and you have three drops in three cities with different zip codes, you get your miles PLUS $30. Usually applies to pickups as well.
     
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