DANNY HERMAN TRUCKING

Discussion in 'Motor Carrier Questions - The Inside Scoop' started by Visionquest, Jan 13, 2019.

  1. pchem10

    pchem10 Bobtail Member

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    I grew up in East TN. Knoxville or Chattanooga (northern areas) and east TN is very nice. Cookeville, Crossville, Johnson City are nice smaller cities. Nashville has some good areas. Franklin and Murfreesboro ok if you are alright with no terrain. Mountains being east of Nash make east TN areas much prettier. You might also look at western NC. Beautiful.
     
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    pchem10 Bobtail Member

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  4. ghostcookie

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    You'll probably end up waiting for a trainer if you're a female, but not a bad starter company IMO. As was said, watch out for the recruiters too.

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  5. snowmantrucking101

    snowmantrucking101 Medium Load Member

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    Dirt wages for a dirt company.
     
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    snowmantrucking101 Medium Load Member

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    12 - 15 cpm. trainee is their fabulous training pay. You should know that being their company representative.
     
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  7. Tex-Rex-2020

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    Here is there most recent review from right here on Truckers Report:

    Not the same company it use to be they have changed so much the past 2 years. They are starting to act like a mega carrier and the drivers are coming unglued. Alot of drivers say the company is trying to flush out the older drivers to pave the way for cheaper student drivers. Now we have way too many drivers and not enough freight to go around for everyone and the drivers are now complaining about sitting too much not making money. Here are the recent changes that have all the drivers up in arms and quitting. 1. They dropped the 2 year experience and have broght in students and trainers. 2. They partnered with 2 very large truck driving schools to keep a steady flow. 3. Installed cameras in all the trucks and started the micromanaging "coaching" that comes along with it. 4. Implemented a fuel solutions program that dictates your route and all specific fuel stops. 5. Stripping down the trucks to save money like of all things the seats where we spent about 70% of our day these cheap seats are so uncomfortable and start leaning to one side after a while your sore after sitting in them for a few hours.
     
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