Looking for to move to OTR

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  1. mud23609

    mud23609 Medium Load Member

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    Five years driving experience. Mostly day cab regional ltl and line haul though I did spend 8 months bouncing around the permian basin hauling crude oil. Squeeky clean MVR and PSP.

    Have experience With 53 foot van trailers, tank trailers, and also some doubles experience.

    Have an older large 91 pound friendly dog that would be riding with me. Dosen't have an aggressive bone in his body. Wants to be everyone's friend type of dog. Willing to pay a pet deposit if required.

    Only interested in W2 employment. No 1099. Would prefer per diem pay to reduce my tax liabilities. Don't need or care about health insurance or 401k.

    Would prefer some type of apu or at the minimum the option to idle for my comfort.

    No driver facing camera. Forward facing ones do not bother me though.

    Year make and model of the truck makes no difference to me as long as its presentable and in good mechanical condition.

    Hometime is a non issue. Im looking to live out of the truck and run.

    Looking for dry van or reefer type jobs.

    PM me if interested and we can see if I am a good fit for your company.
     
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    silinus vers Light Load Member

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    What happened with high roller? I saw the ad, they're offering 25%now, wasnt it 27%, loads picked up over here in hobbs and I couldn't find a place in Carlsbad I wanted to move my rv to. I'm kinda thinking of otr also just because I'm so bored hauling crude. Central Oregon trucking has my attention, I've been talking to a driver there who nets 11 13 a week, its not oil money, but their trucks are nice, mega carriers can be a pain, but they have their benefits too. And flatbed is easier in a way than van or reefer


    but I'm thinking about sand also, PMI trucks are all over the place lately, I talked to a couple of their drivers and they're netting 1500 a week average, it's what I'm doing but a sick part of me misses being in a truck and driving all day. Havi g something new and always changing to deal with, never in the same place from day to day,
    Hope you find something
     
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