Leased on with celadon

Discussion in 'Celadon' started by Classified 007, Sep 5, 2017.

  1. laaylor

    laaylor Heavy Load Member

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    Oh; if indeed you did call, and I have No reason to doubt it??? Celadon accepts lease operators, but we no longer have the actual leasing side of the truck part anymore.. If you choose to lease onto Celadon that’s the rate they pay to Anyone who brings their truck onto us.. Almost all companies take lease operators and that rate is comparable to most; I believe... I’m a company driver; don’t know that much about that side of it....
     
  2. Pacific Islander

    Pacific Islander Light Load Member

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    Well, here was my take-home pay for the first 2 weeks of this year. Not too bad, I decided to take the last 3 weeks off and relax. Yes my truck payment is accusing at about $695 a week. So I owe about $2100 for these past 3 weeks. Takes me about 1 load (1.5 days of driving) to catch up on my last 3 weeks payments. The next 5.5 days are money in my pocket.

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  3. Maj. Jackhole

    Maj. Jackhole Heavy Load Member

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    Let me run down to sillydon for the no lube bendover
     
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  4. Pacific Islander

    Pacific Islander Light Load Member

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    Lol, very true. Most will get it hard as a rock. I pick my own loads so I make out pretty good. Most lease operators here never get anywhere near what I take home. But then again, they have their DMs dispatching them
     
  5. laaylor

    laaylor Heavy Load Member

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    I’m a company driver: I’m not familiar with anything that has to do with leasing.... don’t treat me like crap because of my experience. I don’t berate you or anyone else for their choices..
     
  6. laaylor

    laaylor Heavy Load Member

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    Ignore these guys who think they are better than everyone else.. it’s just showing their arrogance..
     
  7. Oldironfan

    Oldironfan Road Train Member

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    I drive a company truck I get paid 25% of load, I'm 1099 paid. Gross pay avg is $1500 per week. After taxes taken out more like $1200.
     
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