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  1. Eva

    Eva Bobtail Member

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    MP Trucking is a small growing carrier based out from San Ramon, CA. However our trucks are parking in Las Vegas, NV.
    Looking for solo or team. 2 trucks need to be filled.
    OTR - preferably with 3 weeks of run at the time. The more the merrier:)) Though keep it safe and legal.
    We running almost 48 states - depend on season.
    Equipments: 2010 to 2016 Volvo 780 I-Shift with 2013 to 2016 53' Utility Trailer - 2013 Thermoking Unit
    - PrePass / EZPass
    - Weekly paycheck (W4)
    - Direct Deposit available
    - Paper logs (at the moment)
    - Paying for every single miles you make - even if it's a 250 miles deadhead - Miles based on PC Miller.
    CDL from any state are accepted. No more than 3 moving violation in the last 3 years. Minimum 2 years experience of OTR. (If it is only 1 - 1 1/2 let's talk, it might work)
    Sorry no benefits - (yet)
    Simplified hiring process: Once we agree, all the paperwork down by email, drug test the closest one to you (paid by me), get you to Las Vegas, NV (paid by me) - have an orientation and get comfy in your assigned truck. Ready to hit the road?

    Mp Trucking - Ph.: (702) 232-2770 - Pope
    - Ph.: (925) 529-2399 - Eva - me, who will shower you with paperwork
    mptruckeva@gmail.com - Fax: (925)-396-6079

    Thanks for looking:)
     
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  3. Eva

    Eva Bobtail Member

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    Just on update for you guys:
    I'm having again 2 openings. The new trucks are ready to roll in the next 2-3 weeks - just getting license plate etc.
    It is 2016 Volvo 780 I-Shift.
     
  4. pjw044

    pjw044 Heavy Load Member

    PC MILER ???? isn't that zip code to zip code ?
     
  5. Eva

    Eva Bobtail Member

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    It is city to city.
    I use practical settings - not the shortest route.
    Sometimes you loose a couple miles with it, sometimes you win a couple miles with it. In the run it even out.
    As we hauling fresh produce, often we have multiple picks: if the two pick up city 10 miles from each other according to PC Miller - by Google address to address you can have around 6 miles or 14 miles - either way I'm paying 10 miles. If PC miller gives me 3-4 miles between, to make sure that I'm not under counting in big time I will adjust for address to address miles - (which by the way sometimes is worst because it can come out for 1.4 miles) Top of that one I'm paying for extra picks.
    On longer run? It is exactly the something -
    Example: Grand Prairie,TX - Phoenix, AZ run: PC Miller" 1060.9 miles vs Address to Address" 1063 miles
    or Greeley,Co to Spanish Fork,UT - PC Miller" 536.2 miles vs Address to Address" 534 miles

    Or you talking about which route you take - so if driver decide to take the longer route because he can visit friend on the way or for any other reason: making more miles than supposed to be, I really not seeing the reason why I should pay for those miles - I'm already paying the extra used fuel for it. (This is only for optimum situation: good weather, no road closures, etc - if the weather and road conditions require to have a different route the payed miles adjusted accordingly)
     
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  6. Hick

    Hick Heavy Load Member

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    *yawn* nty
     
  7. kevc55

    kevc55 Light Load Member

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    Fresh produce, west coast sounds good. Will the truck run the speed limit in all 48 states?
     
  8. Eva

    Eva Bobtail Member

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    No, they are governed 68.
     
  9. kevc55

    kevc55 Light Load Member

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    So another company limiting the amount of money I can make figures
     
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  10. dwalto

    dwalto Light Load Member

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    Any pay info? Average length of haul? Direct deposit? Pay frequency? Pay detention/layover? How many trucks in fleet?
     
  11. Eva

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    “DOT requires that all trucks abide by the speed limits of the states that they are operating in. They also state that in their opinion, if a truck obeys the law, it cannot average more than 5mph less than the speed limit. In the case of 2 lane highways with a 55mph speed limit, DOT believes that the maximum that a truck can average is 50mph. [(70mph speed limit – average 65mph) (65mph speed limit – average 60mph) and so on]. Speed limits are changing by states, by roads. Because of the speed limit changes, in their opinion by obeying the law, the maximum that a truck can average is 66 – 67 mph. Be sure that your average speeds for the trip do not exceed these maximums.”
    - This is from my company policy, and you can check it, it did not come from the clouds.

    You are governed with 68. So, I do not limiting your miles to make. I’m limiting unsafe situations, accidents, speeding tickets, logbook violations, heavy fines.

    So far I have done 2 DOT inspections – the inspector chooses drivers and 1 month logbook from each driver. I have to provide the logbooks, with fueling receipts and printed fuel records including date, time and place, toll receipts, BOL’s, weight tickets for that month in the question. He will spend the time, to go through on every single page, matching the reported duty status with the documentations. He also checks on every single page the distance between the reported cities, he checks the speed limits for the states – routes – hwys – populated areas touched on route in question – and it will average it out with speed – then match it with the logbook. By the way, if he finds the violations not only fine the company, but it will fine the driver too – and we do not talking about $200 - $500.

    It is my company on the line. For you it is only a job, for me my life. I’m not willing to sacrifice my company so you can drive 75 mph.
     
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