E.W. Wylie has it all!!
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I've spoke to 2 owner operators /IC that are leased on with Wylie and I've heard good things about them from those guys I met. From what they told me and by me being an owner operator, they seem like they would fit my needs. I am going to make contact with them on Monday and see what information I am going to get from the recruiter.
Can anyone give me any information on Wylie in regards to the following:
1. Pay Company Driver or Lease Purchase?
2. Types of loads and how much tarping?
3. How many miles per week?
4. What is there home time policy?
5. Any good info on their Lease Purchase Programs
I know these are recruiting questions, but I would rather get the real deal from drivers. Need some info as soon as possible considering Lone Star or perhaps Wylie.
I work st wylie. now. been here for 14 months. pay starts at 38 cents a mile 25 dollats per drop after the first drop. tarp pay is 50 dollars for tarp pay. Average tarping once. a week.if u get on a oversize load it adds 10 cents more a mile. my advice on leasr purchase is go company first.want more info email mr at bos1955@ yahoo.com company milrsare miles. expect on a good week about 2200 wyle pays every 2 eeeks. we haul mainly steel products. and equipment hope this has bee
I never heard of this company until they contacted me today. I wasn't home so I told the recruiter to email me the info and I'll call her tomorrow for more info. Here is what she gave me which I cut from the email:
EW Wylie is currently hiring drivers, we do require one year of over the road verifiable in the last three years. Below I have typed up some information on what we have to offer our drivers. If interested please follow this link to apply online or as I stated in our phone conversation you can apply on our company website above.
** ASK ABOUT OUR TEXAS AND NORTH CAROLINA REGIONAL POSITIONS**
Feel free to call if you have any additional questions!
- 1 year of OTR experience in the past 3 years
- Be able to run 10-14 days at a time
- No DUI, Careless or Reckless driving in the last 3 to 5 years
- Flatbed experience is helpful, but we will train
- Pay up to .38 cpm depending on experience
- 2500 average miles per week
- Home time every 10-14 days
- Driver friendly atmosphere
- Monthly performance bonus (up to an additional .06cpm)
- Guaranteed raise every year for 3 years
- $50 tarp pay
- $20 additional stop pay
- Excellent benefits package at 60 days
- 401K starts at 60 days
- 55 New Trucks have arrived KW, Freightliners, Internationals
- Late model equipment
** Ask About Our Sign On Bonus !! **
- Home weekly
- Get paid 27%
- $50 tarp pay
- $20 for additional stops and pick-ups per load
Lease Purchase Program:
- Warranties on all trucks
- 120pt inspection
- No credit check required
- No money down
- Industry leading fuel surcharge paid on all miles
- $1.00/mile + fuel surcharge = $1.40-$1.50
- No rental fees for company trailer
- Tolls reimbursed on dispatched routes
- Company fuel card
**$2,500 sign on bonus. Payable $500 at first dispatch,500 at 30, 500 at 60 days and $1,000 at 90 days**
Lease Purchase Pay:
- Dollar per mile all miles deadhead/loaded
- Plus weeks current fuel surcharge
- If load is tarp then additional $50
- If there are extra drops/pick ups then additional $20 per each minus final
About E.W. Wylie
E.W. Wylie Corporation, in business since 1938, specializes in flatbed and heavy haul transportation. Known for its outstanding customer service and on time delivery, the company ships to 48 states and six Canadian provinces (mostly east of the Rockies), with freight lanes offering 1000 and 2000 mile trips depending on location and frequency of home time.
I hope to hear from you!
I'm currently in ND at the Kelly inn due to start orientation tomorrow. I'm going to be on the TX regional account working a 500 mile radius of Houston. The guy at the front desk of the hotel gave me an E.W. Wylie welcome bag which was a bag full of snacks. lol When I got off the plane and went outside I started to call the cab but they called me first and was right outside. So far so good. The Orientation Schedule seems kinda weird. They do Load Securement stuff the first day, DOT physicals the second day, and then road testing the last day. Well I post info and I hope this will work out. I'm going to get the percentage pay. Translated to cpm it'll come out to .41 cents. And I'm going to get the 1,000 sign up bonus which is divided to death (no surprises there) to $250 installments. I'll post status updates.Last edited: Mar 30, 2014
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