It’s safe to say this guy lost his job, rollover in IN.

Discussion in 'FedEx' started by Lonewolf2000, Apr 26, 2019.

  1. artek

    artek Light Load Member

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    Not so much deadlines.
    Making up for unpaid waiting and low rates to driver from the contractor.
    Also good chunk are new drivers advertising at cdl schools.

    Low pay & lightweight double/triple trailers kill.
     
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  3. truckerdave1970

    truckerdave1970 On Probation

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    its about time truckers started getting smart and demanded hourly pay! That is the only way to get drivers to slow down and drive legally ALL the time.
     
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  4. BackwoodsGA

    BackwoodsGA Road Train Member

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    Witnessed one burning in Texas.Bet the packages got a lil wet.
     
  5. artek

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    Company drivers should not take a pay cut if there is traffic jams or rain/slow.
    Office workers dont get a pay freeze when computers or printer not working..
    At least some carriers now pay a minimum weekly salary which is a step in right direction.
    Oakley Transport is paying $300 per day which is pretty cool. Likely reduced accidents and roll overs.
     
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