Experienced runner

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  1. Hyper

    Hyper Light Load Member

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    9.5 yr driver. Clean record, no accidents, No HAZMAT. Have to at least get thru Houston on a regular basis as I have young children.

    Very clean, non-smoker and I take care of the equipment.

    Van- Strong LTL experience, know how to properly load cargo, and how to work with these type of shippers and recievers. Line Haul experience also, am not rigid and often exceed standards.

    Reefer- Understand the game, know how to play it. Produce, meat, fruit.

    RGN--Can secure, load and unload dozers, excavators (up to a Kamatsu 400), mixers, rollers, hoes, water trucks, off road dumps...

    Experienced with vans, reefers, and RGN's. I know how to run, and have a 100% on time performance history.

    If you know of anybody that can utilize a driver, please let me know.

    Thanks,

    Hyper
     
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  3. dancnoone

    dancnoone "Village Idiot"

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    Do you have a TWIC ??
     
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    TWIC,
    Applied, trying to straighten it out. Got caught with a fake ID to get into bars when I was 18 (1984)... a Finnish passport. In retrospect, not a good idea. The TWIC folks are rather strong, because they found out about it. Now I have to prove I am American... too funny. In the process of fixing it.
     
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    dancnoone "Village Idiot"

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    Not sure if you would be happy with them. But you might give DanCor in VanBuren, AR a call. I'm not even sure they hire from your area. But we have a lot of freight coming in and out of the Houston, TX area every day.

    It's 8 state regional primarily, home on weekends, and through the week sometimes. The pay sucks when compared to most OTR companies, you'll get sticker shock for sure. Mine fluctuates from around $550 on a short week, to as high as $950 on a good week. That's bring home.

    I ran 3000 miles this week. But payroll cuts off on Saturday...so I get paid for 2400. And I'm preplanned out when empty, Monday morning. And I'm sitting at home right now :D

    I've been with them 3 months now. Haven't failed to get me home a single weekend. Although other drivers have missed a weekend.

    A TWIC would be a huge plus due to your location, but not required. No hazmat required either.

    They have a website, and an online application. Just google DanCor trucking..... note NOT DanCorp. There is no P

    They're quick to respond if they're interested. I do forewarn you, per diem is mandatory. And the pay scale will cause you to question why anyone would drive for them. But, it's much better that it reads/sounds when you consider the benefits.

    I have many positive things to say about them. But the pay scale usually negates that, when people see it for the first time.
     
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