H&R Transport

Discussion in 'Canadian Truckers Forum' started by Rat Fink, Apr 17, 2009.

  1. Dragon88

    Dragon88 Light Load Member

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    Obtuse great word makes me want to watch Shawshank Redemption tonight.
     
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  3. nate980

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    Look I actually worked where PB works. I got paid for everything, broke down, unloading, loading, fueling. From the moment I logged onto my log book and even before in some cases I got paid for all those hours. My current job is mileage on the highway but still I get paid for any delays including inspections, broke down, road closures, chain up, Pretrip, post trip, Waiting to unload and load. However they bill it I don't care and I don't feel bad charging for it. There's good jobs out there like I've said before.
     
  4. Prairie Boy

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    I can guarantee that I would never hire you. You're about as smart as a sackful of hammers.
     
  5. Dragon88

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    Typical... cant answer a simple direct question. Instead answers with an insult, and personal attack.

    Ill try one more time but I know you'll avoid or deflect with a personal attack or insult. Would you pay the 4 hours at government scale and 2 hours while Kal tire fixed a flat tire.... yes or no?

    Well in the trucking industry when trucking companies make big promises of paying hourly to get a driver in the seat only to fail on those promises months later. You can understand why a driver would be skeptical when a company claims to pay 100% of hours behind the wheel and worked.

    All good Prairie Boy I wasnt asking for a job nor would I want to work for you either. If youre this difficult to answer a simple question online I could only imagine what it would be like having to deal with you in person on a employee/employer basis.

    If you really do pay 100% of hours behind the wheel and worked then I commend you on that.
     
  6. nate980

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    Yes he would! Like I said I've worked there! And prairie boy is a great guy by the way. Known him for almost 6 years and has been a great help whenever I've needed it. Same with not4hire.
     
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  8. Prairie Boy

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    Pinner, give this guy a ride. Drop him off along the Komie somewhere.
     
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  9. Dragon88

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    Really?
     
  10. magoo68

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    From what I gather of pb he pays you to do a pre trip .. had a person DONE a pretrip odds are he's not at Kamloops scale 4 hrs or on the side of the road waiting for kal tire..
     
  11. Dragon88

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    Right because all mechanical failures and flat tires occur when doing a pre-trip.

    Again It was a scenario that every driver could experience in their driving career. If you say otherwise your full of B.S.

    Love all the super truckers on here. Probably the same drivers that spin out on the Coq closing it down for countless hours.
     
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