Discussion in 'Motor Carrier Questions - The Inside Scoop' started by bchoi23, Mar 26, 2014.
Im trying to find out how much does a driver make a week, and how is the home time.....anyone ?
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Why is in the bad company section then? C'mon now. Pay starts at .35 a mile.
my bad.. new to this joseph.. do you drive for them? just wondering if it'll be worth it to apply thats all
I have snow friends that do. They seem to love the hell out of them.
The only thing that's stopping me from applying is the one hour drive to the yard for work
Most companies have you leave your truck if you live within 100 miles are so. An hour isn't bad. Now, when I lived in NYC, that was a three hour drive. Because it's NYC. Lol.
All I know about this company is they pay a $500 new hire bonus. Haven't seen any negative reviews on here so that is a good sign.
Potato King does business with them. Never had any trouble with them at all. If you deliver there, you can park overnight if you show up early or don't have your next load from dispatch.
An hour's drive to get to work ? Piece of cake, SR 99, on and off, you can see their yard from the freeway.