I'm looking to team up

Discussion in 'Drivers Looking for a Team Driver' started by Mikespm33, Sep 5, 2023.

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  1. Mikespm33

    Mikespm33 Bobtail Member

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    I'm looking to team up with someone I don't have a company in mine yet and I don't mind if you have one as long they pay good like 2000 to 2400 a weekly anybody interested email me or call 7705899685 thanks
     
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    201 Road Train Member

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    Hello pal, welcome. As the sites "wet blanket", I urge you to reconsider. Go it alone or not at all. While the allure of more miles, therefore= more pay, rarely works out. Conflicting schedules, personal habits, trust me, you'll do better on your own, and not waiting at Des Moines airport because the other drivers dog died back home. From what I hear today, one can make $2gs a week by themselves. I've heard nothing but nightmares from team situations. Not many will respond to a call back number, but if you give about where you are, a CDL yet and what you'd like to do,( OTR, regional, etc) people here are more than happy to help, but do it on your own. Good luck.
     
  4. lual

    lual Road Train Member

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    You'll likely get more responses if you provide some good info:

    • How many years CDL experience you have (if any)
    • What CDL endorsements you have (if any)
    • What is your city/state of residence and/or zip code (I'm guessing ATL)
    • In what types of freight are you interested
    • What areas you will/won't run
    • Do you prefer day/nite driving
    • Are you cold/hot natured
    • Do you smoke/chew/vape -- or not
    • Will you pull hazmat loads -- or not
    • How often must you stop for good BBQ :p :D
    -- L
     
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    Mikespm33 Bobtail Member

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    Decatur Georgia
    5 years plus
    Experience with flatbed reefer dry van
    I'm laid back
    Non-smoker
     
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    201 Road Train Member

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    Georgia is probably the best place to be for a trucker. While I'm laid back too, a plus for this industry, your "team mate" may not be, and a cause for problems. Besides, I have a tough time trying to sleep with my life in the hands of someone else. Think about that,,
     
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  7. lual

    lual Road Train Member

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    I would tend to agree with that assessment, becuz:

    • A LOT of freight moves thru north GA -- ditto for its east coast area; & where would the world be anymore, without I-75?
    • The weather in GA is generally very favorable -- even in winter
    • Many carriers like to hire from GA -- not so much, for FL
    Having said all that -- traffic in/around the ATL area is generally a nightmare (& so is safe & legal parking). :(

    -- L
     
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    Hello Mike,

    Exactly how much flatbed experience do you have? How often are you looking to get home??

    Maurice
     
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