Mesilla Valley Transportation

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  1. Drop'n'Hook

    Drop'n'Hook Light Load Member

    Jul 29, 2008
    SE Louisiana
    Hi I just wanted to know if anyone has anything good or bad to say about this company, are the miles good what do you average a trip, the equipment are you assingned equipment and bring truck home and overall is the atmosphere at the company good.:biggrin_25525: Be safe
  2. coastie

    coastie Road Train Member

    From their website they are very low pay. 25 CPM up to a year? Swift pay more than that.
  3. BurmaBoy

    BurmaBoy Bobtail Member

    Watch out for M-V-T. Your miles will drop quickly - and dispatch favours Mexican drivers.
    I've had my cell phone stolen in the drivers lounge/shower at the El Paso yard also.
    For 2 months, all they gave me was CLEARING CUSTOMS for loads that the Mex. drivers could not. Their safety dept. is also very IGNORANT. I am suing this co. right now.
    andrew5184 Thanks this.
  4. 1026

    1026 Light Load Member

    Sep 11, 2010
    Northwest Georgia
    I'm a current driver. The per mile is pretty good & the miles are incredible. The equipment is decent as being International Prostars. They're real good at keeping the equipment safe & tires replaced. They don't bother you when you're on the road & they get back to your messages in a reasonable amount of time.

    The night & weekend dispatchers SUCK & I avoid dealing with them at all costs! The on road repair suck as well. They are a joke. Be persistent and rough as a cobb if needed to keep them motivated not to waste your time or ask of you to limp miles on the shoulder to get to a repair/service. The safety department is a joke as well, so figure out their rules & play by them or they will mark you & hassle you until you figure out they are "MVT Gods."

    They utilize a front and side radar system that warns you, cuts off the cruise control & will apply the engine retarder if it feels its necessary. If you get a truck with the battery APU, prepare to live life on the road uncomfortable. The shop could give a rats behind for your "comfort."

    If you live in El Paso this would be the company to work for...especially if your Mexican. Seems like everything goes through that city. Forget home time cause it's rare & they want you to go back out immediately. (For this I don't answer my phone)

    On a scale of 1 -10 it's a 7 unless you take out the whiny stuff and see it as what it is...OTR trucking job then it's a 9.5
  5. DoubleJay

    DoubleJay Bobtail Member

    Sep 22, 2010
    mesilla valley is a joke..... them fools owe me money from one of there drivers side swiping one of my trucking in palm springs from back in 2005all they paid me was $500 and the damage came out to $1700...... this company is a bumch of BS.....would never hire one of them drivers to drive any of my trucks.... bad company MVT is....
  6. Werners not good

    Werners not good Bobtail Member

    Oct 2, 2015
    I loved it
  7. arata954

    arata954 Light Load Member

    Mar 23, 2010
    san antonio, tx
    im with them now. Started 10-21-15. .37cpm did 3k miles first full week. Dispatched out of nashville and not el paso. Trucks are all prostars with idle air apu and 1500 watt inverters cause the idle air is electric. It runs my fridge. Ac works about 5 hours cause the fridge is 24/7. im staying here till im able to get my own rig next year around august then going to trailer transit out of indiana.they have a mpg incrntive program every month you can earn up to an additional .04 cpm. $25.00 cash advance every day if needed. Usually you use that for scale tickets or oil, and attach reciept to transflo. Can scan at truck stop or use app. Direct deposit mandatory. They reimburse for scales and oil and stuff.
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