Hourly Dump Truck rate

Discussion in 'Tanker, Bulk and Dump Trucking Forum' started by cominghomesc, Aug 17, 2011.

  1. Logan76

    Logan76 Crusty In Training

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    I can agree with you there Mike, I've never made money like I did working for those two outfits, especially the flat bed guy. I would cash one week checks nearing 2k, but I ran really hard and it ended up costing me a pick up truck in the end (fell asleep at the wheel and smacked a telephone pole...):biggrin_25513:
     
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  3. banyarmyint

    banyarmyint Bobtail Member

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    Can somebody please let me know how to find a broker for dump truck in San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles areas. I cannot find online. Please let me have some information.
     
  4. banyarmyint

    banyarmyint Bobtail Member

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    Hi , I am looking for a strong super damp 2008 and up. Please let me have some advice to get faster. Thanks
     
  5. Deborah7

    Deborah7 Bobtail Member

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    I'm in Colorado, and I've been a dump truck for a month being paid 17 an hour and just learned from another driver that I'm supposed to be getting 50.00 a load!
     
  6. abyliks

    abyliks Road Train Member

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    In MA, $80 an hour for a 10 wheeler (20 ton) $90 for a tri (24 ton) and $115 For a bucket (32 ton). 4 hours to show up and anything over 4 is 8 hours (or hourly after 8)
     
  7. Cowboy44

    Cowboy44 Bobtail Member

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    In utah I run a 5 axle dump with a 3 axle trailer. I usually get 95hr for truck and 110 for truck and trailer. Some jobs are 85 and 105, just depends
     
  8. x1Heavy

    x1Heavy Road Train Member

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    We also billed by the ton. More than what it cost at the plant. The hourly was billed as well. We did not go terribly far in the mileage but on days we throw down 100 to 120 yards building a common road well.. that's big time contract.

    The money takes care of itself when you are faced with a 30,000 dollar parking lot due in 30 days with a small crew and a few trucks, paver etc. We were finished in 26.
     
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