Indian River

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  1. Tanker_82

    Tanker_82 Heavy Load Member

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    No camera in mine. Haven't heard that from anyone else I've ran into.
     
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  3. rpad139

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    How are the benefits? what is cost for single coverage insurance? 401k?
    Looking to go otr again but this time with tankers.

    Are orientations held in california?
     
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    Sounds like they are turning into a pretty good place to work. My buddy worked there and loved it
     
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    Insurance on the first of the month following 60 days of employment. $78 for employee and spouse. I think it's $76 for employee and children. $120 I think for employee and family. I want to say it was $40 for just the employee. Those are weekly deduction amounts. Dental is $4 per week I think. They give you 10K life insurance then you can buy it in additional 10K increments up to I think 100K without any physicals or anything.
    401K after 6 months. I think they match 50% up to $4,000.
     
  6. Tanker_82

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    Pretty sure they're held at all terminals. Winter Haven, Clovis, and California. I don't know if the Pennsylvania yard is up and running yet or not.
     
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    Do you do a lot of driving on small two lane country roads? I grew up on a dairy farm in Southern Ohio so I can imagine the places you have to go to.
     
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    Is that BCBS of FL?
    What are the deductibles?
    Can you get AFLAC through IRT?
     
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    United Health Care. Not sure on the deductibles. $15 or $25 co pay on prescriptions, $50 co pay on a lot of the other if I remember right (don't have the forms in front of me). $500 I think if you go to the ER. Don't quote me to the number on all that but it was in that ballpark. Kelly could tell you more. She's one of the recruiters in Florida and super nice.
     
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    88 Alpha Trucker Forum STAFF Staff Member

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    Thank-you. The premiums were very low to be BCBSFL, so I wasn't sure if it was through them, with extremely high deductibles, or through another health care provider.

    Just to give you an idea of what I'm talking about, my BCBSFL for driver and spouse is $172/week with $1000 deductible. My AFLAC makes those numbers go up an additional $28ish/week and both have been well worth the price, based on issues my wife and I have gone through.

    I enjoy your posts. Keep it up.
     
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