Got myself a lifetime ban

Discussion in 'Shippers & Receivers - Good or Bad' started by D.Tibbitt, Apr 30, 2019.

  1. MACK E-6

    MACK E-6 Moderator Staff Member

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    That’s one surefire way to get banned from a quarry.
     
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  3. ironeagle2006

    ironeagle2006 Road Train Member

    Or you could have done what my father did with a load of fencing for Servi Star Lumber at one of there Warehouses in the 80's. He was pulling a curtianside trailer and was told the load was no touch the receiver had to unload it. He gets there and they demand he unload it. He asked them where they wanted it. They pointed to a spot on the ground. My dad pulled the curtain back removed the straps and did a quick turn doing about 15 mph and dumped the ENTIRE load on the ground. By the time he got back to the yard Servi Star Lumber had banned him from making deliveries to any of their places. However the supplier of the fencing had also denied the damage claim stating that the contract with US stated that YOUR employees were REQUIRED to unload the trailer. Trying to make the driver unload the trailer was a breech of the contract and therefore his actions while extreme where justified. 47K pounds of Steel fencing dumped on the ground.
     
  4. Rideandrepair

    Rideandrepair Road Train Member

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    They announced they’re laying off 800 employees, in April 2020. Sounds like they hated their jobs anyway.
     
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  5. D.Tibbitt

    D.Tibbitt Road Train Member

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    Lmao that is great stuff
     
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  6. jason6541

    jason6541 Heavy Load Member

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    Let’s see so far in roughly 28 years trucking, I have been banned from Coors, Budweiser, All Tyson plants. A few Wal-mart distribution centers. Oh and a Safeway DC. Don’t play games and don’t take the bullcrap
     
  7. ironeagle2006

    ironeagle2006 Road Train Member

    This should tell you something about my late father. In 73 he was a member of the Teamsters union. They declared a strike. He told his local President bullcrap I have a family that needs to eat and he crosses the line. The local President says only if I'm on the ground can you cross. one punch was literally all it took and the President was out like a freaking light.

    My father dropped out of high school with 1 quarter to go when his dad broke his back and basically took over the farm for him. He also survived polio as a child and never quit fighting for his family. He taught me what a good work ethic was and literally everything I knew behind the wheel of an otr truck. He called the last year he drove the best one why we ran team together and both of us had the balls if needed to go full outlaw. Yes a freaking team that would run outlaw if needed. We still have the record for miles at the carrier for a month 38k paid and 40k hub in 29 days.
     
  8. Troy_

    Troy_ Medium Load Member

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    that's awesome lol.

    one of the locals here decided the DOTs at the scale just north of town had treated him unfairly, so he came back to the scale late one January night with a water truck loaded to the top, opened an inspection door on the pad and dumped a load of water in there. it froze solid, the scale was down until the next summer.
     
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