Paul Transportation good or bad company?

Discussion in 'Motor Carrier Questions - The Inside Scoop' started by rjohnson_6, Jul 22, 2016.

  1. rjohnson_6

    rjohnson_6 Light Load Member

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    does anyone know anything about Paul transportation out of Tulsa OK ive decided that where im going to go just wondering if anyone know the pros and cons
     
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  3. Zander

    Zander Light Load Member

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    I went to there orintation decided to leave as did a few other drivers I didn't think they were a good company
     
  4. rjohnson_6

    rjohnson_6 Light Load Member

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    What was wrong with there company
     
  5. Zander

    Zander Light Load Member

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    You sign a document stating your are responsible for up to 500 dollars damage to truck or cargo but they said they could charge you whatever they wanted to. Also they have cheap equipment snap binders instead of ratchet binders. High health insurance and low miles I believe the fleet average is 2200 miles per truck only 20 for tapping and most loads are tapped.
    In the end I didn't think it was worth it.
     
  6. rjohnson_6

    rjohnson_6 Light Load Member

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    Pay check wasn't good either wht were you averaging a week
     
  7. rjohnson_6

    rjohnson_6 Light Load Member

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    Every flatbed I research on has more than 4 weeks of training I already kno #### about flatbed just the man I was working for wasn't goin to give me a good reference so what if I get 4 weeks of training with Paul and dnt like it can I go somewhere else and want have to do training again
     
  8. CasanovaCruiser

    CasanovaCruiser Road Train Member

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    Typically the lowest level of experience you'll need to be able to skip more training is 3 months
     
  9. rjohnson_6

    rjohnson_6 Light Load Member

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    So does the first month count 1st week orientation 2nd week hands on 3and4th week otr
     
  10. CasanovaCruiser

    CasanovaCruiser Road Train Member

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    Whatever your hire date is is when your experience will start ticking from.
    Some companies won't officially hire you until you're done with training.
     
  11. rjohnson_6

    rjohnson_6 Light Load Member

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    Oh ok cool thanks well the company I'm goin to some says there good and some say they not so i will just have to see for myself
     
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