mercer transportation

Discussion in 'Mercer' started by kw12, Jul 21, 2012.

  1. PoleCrusher

    PoleCrusher Road Train Member

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    Yes you can pull a connie, or any other trailer you prefer for that matter.
     
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  3. thaistick

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    You can pull a Conestoga, your freight options might be limited. Read back a few dozen pages or so and you'll find a driver who pulls a Conestoga that does quite well...@CJndaTruck
     
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  4. Jatlyons

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    Going through some old settlements trying to figure up who owed who what when I left. I always assume I won't get a penny owed so I didn't think much about it when I left.

    Almost two years later they sent $300 to collections for what looks like insurance and permits I didn't use when I left a week or two into the year when they told me $1.40 was about the best they could do anywhere in the country; I'd hurt someone's feelings when I said if prefer to dispatch myself to save them the trouble. Anyway just typical sleezy truck company crap

    My question is does anyone know what
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    line items are? It's been to long for me to remember. Thanks in advance

    Also if anyone remembers what the typical deposit is that they take out I'd appreciate that as well
     
  5. PoleCrusher

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    The TCH is whenever you advance money from the load to your fuel card.
     
  6. Jatlyons

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    Thank you. I should have noticed I didn't see fuel charges
     
  7. CJndaTruck

    CJndaTruck Road Train Member

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    Not sure who you have talked to, but NC is a good starting point on Monday morning and easy to get home to for the weekend. But I'll write more tonight.
     
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  8. CJndaTruck

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    Oh. I didn't sign in. ^^^^^^^
     
  9. CJndaTruck

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    TCH web is when you put money on your fuel card.

    I know nothing about deposits. Must be a dry van thing.

    Best to just self dispatch. Or learn to say NO more.
     
  10. CJndaTruck

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    Ok I stopped for breakfast and have time to kill.

    As mentioned NC is good for a Conestoga. And from my experience not bad for a flat. The agent there usually doesn't post Conestoga loads on the board unless they know one will be in the area.

    IMO I would skip van and start flat. One of the biggest things I hear is ppl trying to switch and having to beg and plead to change divisions. If you are worried about clearance look into moving the 5th wheel farther back. Many have to do that to pull a step without ripping off their mudflaps.

    If you do come here and have any questions just PM me or @ me in a post and you should hear back from me (provided I see the notification). No matter what you decide good luck to you.
     
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