New contract renewal

Discussion in 'Schneider' started by rickybobby, Nov 10, 2017.

  1. Singular_Lupus

    Singular_Lupus Bobtail Member

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    They're giving me $40, then taking $40 to lease the pump equipment
     
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  2. 48Packard

    48Packard Ol' Two-stop Shag!

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    Ah, you’re hauling bulk. I’m dry box. But still...
     
  3. Alphadog

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    I'd like to see the trailer hunt maximum amount removed. A few days ago I drove 438 miles out of route to get a trailer and got $200.
     
  4. drvrtech77

    drvrtech77 Road Train Member

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    Oh how I don't miss that at all... I enjoy pulling my own trailer
     
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  5. Opus

    Opus Road Train Member

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    please elaborate.......I can't imagine driving OOR 438 miles, nor could I imagine doing it for $200. You know you can say, 'no', right?
     
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  6. Corso1504

    Corso1504 Light Load Member

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    If you did that you're the fool not sni lol
     
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  7. drvrtech77

    drvrtech77 Road Train Member

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    No way in hell would i have done that...they have so many fmr co drivers on the choice program that those still operate like co drivers...dok everything sni tells them and wont say no...sni has i t right where they want it..
     
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  8. TennMan

    TennMan Road Train Member

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    If SNI had to pay for all miles for a trailer hunt we'd never go more than 20 to get one.

    I'll never go 400 plus to get one either way. But you need to learn to say no.
     
  9. driverdriver

    driverdriver Road Train Member

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    I'd like to see drivers like you learn to say no, you know you can right?

    I won't even go 30 miles oor for a trlr. I straight up tell them pull the load or get bt permission from the customer. Its funny how there's a mt trlr just a couple miles away at this point now, lol
    Not only do you need to stand up for yourself friend you need to understand your contract.
     
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  10. Corso1504

    Corso1504 Light Load Member

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    Exactly what I used to lol no if, ands or buts.. But you know they threaten you with terming your contract..I used to kindly tell them I have a clean record I'll have a job tomorrow.. Those threats disappeared along with the oor miles for a trailer
     
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