My experience with Dynamic Transit

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  1. hotrod1653

    hotrod1653 Heavy Load Member

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    I’ve been here around 2 months so far, and I gotta say they are awesome to work for. I’ve been home early 99% of the time. Running my hours out, which means I’ve been getting some really great miles.

    Most of my runs have been out to Utah Walmart DC’s and then back to the Midwest. I sat over New Years weekend until Wednesday, but that was only because GSF in Springfield, Ohio couldn’t get me earlier. I did need a break though.

    Gonna get a new Peterbilt 389 very soon and I’m looking forward to that.

    While Holland was very great to me, I needed a company where I could be home more, plus make the money I needed to make. Dynamic has done that for me.

    I’ll keep this up and going.
     
  2. gpf87

    gpf87 Light Load Member

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    Would you say that you're able to make the same money (or more) while being home more often so far ?

    And it must be nice to have a fast truck now . It really helps out west with zero traffic !
     
  3. Lonesome

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  4. STexan

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    I got the impression they did more produce that tends to jam things up from time to time. Plus I don't think they hire out of NE Texas, so I never really pursued them very far as a potential option.

    And I can certainly do without Walmart multi-drops being the norm.
     
  5. hotrod1653

    hotrod1653 Heavy Load Member

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    Since I’m not good at the multi quote thing here I’ll do it this way......

    I’ve actually made more here so far. I usually have my next run before I finished the one I’m on. Generally speaking I pretty much know what I’m gonna be doing all together on my tour.

    @STexan

    Yes we do produce here, only loadsbive done have been taters out of Idaho. We don’t do multiple Walmart drops, all of our Walmart loads are D&H at the DC. In and out in around 15-20 mins. There was a guy from NE Texas in the orientation group I was in.
     
  6. STexan

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    Well I wish you luck there. Give it 6 months then report back. I can't see any reason presently to leave Holland. I run all I can run and don't need much in the way of home time and they treat me good. Wish we didn't still have a bunch of trailers with those stupid tails. I've carried a 700 series trailer [with no tail] around for almost 3 months and I'm waiting for this d/h in Ogden for a 600 series with a tail. Arrrggghhh! Anybody want to swap?
     
  7. hotrod1653

    hotrod1653 Heavy Load Member

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    I hated those tails. I never opened them, lol. Brad would call me on it, since somebody always seemed to snitch me out. Holland was good to me, no doubt on that. Just needed home more for my health.
     
  8. motocross25

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    Is this the company out of Granite City, IL?
     
  9. hotrod1653

    hotrod1653 Heavy Load Member

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    Yes it is
     
  10. Bumper

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    Don’t believe them when you read they have a yard in SoCal, the don’t.
     
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