PAM Owner Operators

Discussion in 'PAM' started by Scoundrel, Feb 25, 2013.

  1. stewge409

    stewge409 Bobtail Member

    Dec 12, 2012
    Yes Dedicated for all O/O, 2600 miles in 6 days, 3 long days and 3 short days.Off on Sunday. Laredo to Arlinton TX. round trips. Many other lanes open...
    PM me if you are interested. I get a referral.
    My driver code is STEG4
  2. ChiefNC

    ChiefNC Bobtail Member

    Mar 11, 2012
    Hickory, NC
    Been an O/O with PAM now since November of 2012. Pretty sweet deal on my end.

    2750 miles per week (give or take a few)
    Dedicated SC to Laredo round trip.
    Every load 15k and under for the most part.
    The pay isn't great per mile, but with the miles it is decent.
    I'm out 4 days, home 3 every week.
    Not too fond of my new DM, but oh well.

    All in all, when I wasn't on this dedicated lane, I still did good. Keep in mind you don't have to take the load. Let me know what YOU want to do, and they will try to make it happen. I know that they have a lot of Laredo, TX to Michigan routes. Irving-Laredo is common. Just keep in mind that you are a business and figure your break even point, cost of operation, and return of investment numbers. It is not too hard to be fairly successful with PAM. They have a huge Automotive Freight base, and that is the best deal to get into. Keep your truck payments reasonable and your fuel mileage up and you should do fine.
  3. Mursal85

    Mursal85 Bobtail Member

    Apr 30, 2016
    Louisville, KY
    If I speak to you at I average 3632miles a week and after I pay fuel plus my truck note I take home 2000 to 2077 dollars each week.... They run like crazy....
  4. bbt_387

    bbt_387 Bobtail Member

    Mar 1, 2016
    San Antonio TX
    nice !
    Im running flatbed right now. And not making much money.
    I'll be lucky if i make 2k a week.
  5. BoyWander

    BoyWander Road Train Member

    Jul 22, 2011
    Can anyone offer any updates on this particular thread? Thinking about heading toward PAM, as I live in Michigan and their automotive freight base has always been huge.

    What prices are they offering on insurances? What is their current FSC? etc.

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