You guys still driving for them.... You have to realize these are the worst trucks on the road, right? I have seen some trucks with broken door handles, duct taped mirrors, broken window cranks, broken interior lights, broken wipers, bungy cord hood straps, missing windows in the bunk, cabinets completely missing from cab, rusted shut air slides. Forget about working A/C. Looks like something from a post apocalyptic world. I have never seen trucks with this much rust on them. I have never, ever seen trucks this bad before.
Did you have a trailer with all mismatched tires from a 3rd world junk yard? I think my reefer was from the 80s. The casing cover was smashed in. The access door could not be opened with taking off the hinges. There were holes in my trailer that I could stick my foot in, yet this is a reefer with aluminum floor. I had more flats in one month in their Cambodian trailer than 13 years of trucking combined.
Over the years, I would see their trucks at truckstops in Albuquerque, Amarillo, Ok city, DFW, Knoxville and PA. It was always for a break down. Who ever mentioned the creative logbooking is right. It is impossible to run legal with them. They won't allow it. The qualcom wil go off non stop. I understand some truckers like to run like that, but sooner or later, it will catch up to them. With such inferior equipment, it is too dangerous.
O/Os stay away from this company. It is not worth the pain and anguish.