Prime Inc. or KLLM/FFE Transport to begin a trucking carreer?

Discussion in 'Millis' started by pauly66, Feb 12, 2016.

  1. pauly66

    pauly66 Bobtail Member

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    Why because someone points out you are wrong?
    Talk about an attitude.
     
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  3. skellr

    skellr Road Train Member

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    That's what I'm thinking. Maybe it happened for a reason. Is it an opertunity or a trap? :eek:
     
  4. Solo_Seat

    Solo_Seat Medium Load Member

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    Pauly, I believe you just wore out your welcome at the Millis forum...good luck.
     
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  5. pauly66

    pauly66 Bobtail Member

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    I wore out my welcome, really?
    I'm so hurt!
    And your a trucker, serious?
    A sensitive, my feelings are hurt little girly trucker more like.
    Dude grow some skin, man up and quit letting your little feelings get into such a knot.
    My God, all because I posted in a Millis thread, are you for real?
    Much bigger problems going on in the world then some guy posting in a Millis site, try contributing some of your energy to some of those rather than some pathetic crap like this.
    Please, keep your luck!
     
  6. albert l

    albert l Road Train Member

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    http://thetruckersreport.com/truckingindustryforum/forums/prime.222/
    They have a lot of info here which covers what you might expect going thru training. It takes a while to read it but it has some valuable info for a complete newb. I am a company 2 plus years, very happy I think they are very fair, they get a bad rep because people go lease and fail.
     
  7. Solo_Seat

    Solo_Seat Medium Load Member

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    Not because you posted in Millis...because you are a class a prick. You're the dumb ### asking questions. most of the guys on here have the answers Personally, i find you funny, not because of your comments, because youre too #### stupid to know just how stupid you are. Hahahahaha...people like you are the reason i come back to read the threads :)
     
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  8. Willz1

    Willz1 Bobtail Member

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    Man, you ask a simple question and everyone just wants to give you hell. I think 90% of these companies are the same with only slight differences. The one advantage that KLLM has is that you can lease a truck right away and give it back anytime you want. You're not stuck if you don't like the lease. Prime has a good lease also but slightly different. New "company" drivers for either company will bring home around 6-700 on a good week but you'll have fewer headaches.
     
  9. thaistick

    thaistick Road Train Member

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    Prime you bring home 700 in training...if you're available to run and got a half way decent work ethic, ie not lazy....you can pull 900-1000 fairly easily and consistently.
     
  10. Willz1

    Willz1 Bobtail Member

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    I agree, 1000 a week is not hard. I've had a few weeks of 1400 but I'm on a very laid back dedicated account with no night driving and 34 restart every weekend.
     
  11. bsmoove

    bsmoove Light Load Member

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    If you looking to be trained properly Inwould recommend Prime if you don't have a cdl. You can go to their truck school and it's free if you work for them 1 year. Their PSD trainers earn their $ via bonuses for you passing your skills test with the least amount of retries. This basically requires them to teach you how to back up a truck and drive since their goal isn't actual miles. After getting your CDL, if you lucky, you will have same trainer for TNT training and run much harder. Neither is perfect like any other set up but I've come across drivers from both companies who struggled to back into a parking spot. Those normal attended a truck school outside Prime. Not many companies will take the time to train you do drive the truck properly without focusing on miles at the beginning of you use them to get a CDL. Their main terminal is across the street in from MO Department of Transportation so things aren't as loose as it was when I got my CDL via CR England.
     
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