Owner Op looking for work

Discussion in 'Seek Employment' started by Neverquittrucking228, Jul 27, 2021.

  1. Neverquittrucking228

    Neverquittrucking228 Bobtail Member

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    I’m a owner operator looking for work in the southeast region. I have my own truck & trailer. Only problem is I have drove in 3 yrs so I wasn’t sure I could be covered on the insurance. By the way I have 18 months driving experience previously! Thanks I’m advance for any advice
     
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  3. Neverquittrucking228

    Neverquittrucking228 Bobtail Member

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    Any advice would be helpful thanks
     
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    Neverquittrucking228 Bobtail Member

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  5. The Crossword Trucker

    The Crossword Trucker Medium Load Member

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    Post a thread in the Owner operator forum. This corner of the site is pretty quiet .
    Those guys should have the answers for you
     
  6. bigdad7

    bigdad7 Road Train Member

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    Ill send you a pm
     
  7. Neverquittrucking228

    Neverquittrucking228 Bobtail Member

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    I already did that but the administration referred my post here
     
  8. Neverquittrucking228

    Neverquittrucking228 Bobtail Member

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    Ok
     
  9. The Crossword Trucker

    The Crossword Trucker Medium Load Member

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    Well you gotta split this into two threads.
    One here looking for work and one on there where you ask the technical questions about the fact that you own a truck but have not driven in 3 years.
    You cant really combine these things here
     
  10. MurphysLogistics

    MurphysLogistics Bobtail Member

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    Are you looking to work under somebody else's authority? Any carrier out there should be able to ask their insurance company to quote you, if that's the case. Have you maintained your CDL and medical card in order? If so, insurance companies shouldn't have a problem insuring you. They can't tell whether you drove or not in the last 3 years. A good friend of mine took a break from driving for 20 years and now he's back in the game as an owner operator and he had no issues with the insurance when he leased on to a carrier.
     
    Neverquittrucking228 Thanks this.
  11. Neverquittrucking228

    Neverquittrucking228 Bobtail Member

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    I appreciate the reply I let my medical card expire for a few months but everything is back good with my cdl just wasn’t sure if insurance would cover me or did I need to go company driver before I get back into my own truck! Thanks for the info I appreciate it
     
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