Looking for a 1099 OTR reefer/dry gig at an *established* company

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  1. trucketytrucktruck

    trucketytrucktruck Bobtail Member

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    The company I'm with is forcing us to install driver facing cams and can't keep me rolling, so it's time for a change.

    I have 1.5 years experience (no accidents/tickets) in reefer/dry. I rarely take home time and don't care where the company's headquarters are, but I won't run to CAN/MX/NYC. I'm fine with signing another crappy "lease purchase" contract as I don't own my own truck. I'm thinking about getting my own truck (and authority) someday but not right now.

    Having access to a load board would be a plus but not mandatory.

    There's soooo many companies out there willing to screw you, that's why I just want a run of the mill *established* company that I'll make decent pay at. $2000/wk would be great. Please don't suggest small "ma and pa" shops unless they have a really great reputation on this forum.

    Also seems like everybody does this so I'll skip straight to it: @Chinatown

    Thanks
     
    Last edited: May 27, 2024
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  3. Chinatown

    Chinatown Road Train Member

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    For those 1099 companies, check Craigslist and Facebook.
    They both have ads for drivers.
     
  4. Chinatown

    Chinatown Road Train Member

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    This one isn't 1099 and I read no NYC and no forced Canada.
    Home - S&S Transport
    Has reefer division.

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