Long Haul - Experienced Only - $1/mile! $5k sign on

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  1. Pistolpete463

    Pistolpete463 Bobtail Member

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    We are just starting off in the long haul drive van trucking business are willing to pay up for top driving talent.

    Experience: >10 years experience with a clean driving record, will look at >5 years experience. Valid Class A CDL
    Truck: 2019 Peterbilt 579 Sleeper Truck, starting Chicago.
    Routes: Long Haul
    Pay Rate: $5k sign on bonus and $1/mile.

    Sinatra Trucking Company

    Safety bonuses for DOT inspections with no violations. Lets go!

    E-mail: Pjkarahalios@gmail.com
    Cell: 630..903..3045
     
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  3. chilibowl

    chilibowl Light Load Member

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    I’m a 32 year veteran. No accidents, clean PSP, CSA,DAC
    Are y’all forced dispatch? Pet & rider friendly? How do you compute miles driven?
    How much fingerprinting ? What lanes? I’m old and grumpy. I don’t feel like I should have to drive 600 miles a day to make a good paycheck. This is my first year sitting out the winter. Will you have a problem when I want to jump out of the truck after the first snowfall?
     
  4. Pistolpete463

    Pistolpete463 Bobtail Member

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    Old and grumpy is exactly what we are looking for. Starting date am flexible.

    Forced dispatch - let's just have expectations ahead of time. Likely flexible and fair here.

    Miles driven - GPS system/total miles whether product or not.

    Pet and rider friendly - that is fine.

    What Lanes - Follow state laws.

    In conclusion - we will be leaning on your experience but are willing to pay top dollar for it. We are fairly flexible on load timing etc.
     
  5. Love7

    Love7 Light Load Member

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    Strong solo husband wife 18 years I dont jump out n winter casue I'm not scared
     
  6. chilibowl

    chilibowl Light Load Member

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    Not really sure why your putting the crosshairs on me. I’m not in competition with you . My decision to take the winter off is quite literally none of your business. If you want to drive winter roads, I wish you nothing but safe travels.
     
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    Northeasterner Medium Load Member

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    I have about 5 years, got my CDL and started driving in the early summer of 2017... I live an hour from Boston, and enjoy the Boston-Chicago route, it's an easy 1000 miles, do you have freight for that route?

    If I went back over the road, I'd be looking to stay out 20 days and come back in for 10, so about 3 weeks out, 1.5 weeks hometime. would that work for you?
     
  8. p608

    p608 Road Train Member

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    w2 or 1099, benefits?
     
  9. Dale thompson

    Dale thompson Road Train Member

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    I believe the op has filled the position. I sent an email with questions and didn’t get a reply.
     
  10. Northeasterner

    Northeasterner Medium Load Member

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    Isn't it amazing how when you pay drivers exceptionally well, you're able to fill seats super fast?!?
     
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