Quality leasing program for USA truck

Discussion in 'USA Truck' started by Milechaser, Apr 27, 2015.

  1. bigdad7

    bigdad7 Road Train Member

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    It's right under this one in USA trucks forum
     
  2. Xhiz

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    Any 660 studio sleepers
     
  3. Bigrayon

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    Not nocking no one but those rates are bad you guys can do much better for your self at most of the company on the approved list, look at Mercer look at FedEx custom critical look at Jones look at great wide that is just a few and o yes when you have some one going you there truck number are driver ID run as far as you can because he is not 100% he full of it I lease on to great wide and I run 2500 to 2700 miles per week and pull 6500 to 7500 per week before four there cut of 25% now I will never put out my truck number to mislead are lead anyone to come here on work you guys come here to recruit other driver to come and fail just because it referral fee shame on those rates you talking about you may as well be a company driver because if you're truck get a flat you you will be at the Merci of the carrier and if they say no your truck will be at the t-a are the petro think I don't know what I am talking about look in the back of all t-a and petro your quality truck will add to it
     
  4. bigdad7

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    3.00 a mile you must be doing something specialized or sleeping with an agent....
     
  5. Bigrayon

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    No I don't sleep with any agent nor work solo for one, but once you learn how a company run and witch agent have good rates you are home free, it have a lot to do with the person you are, if you are one of those that believe that you are the best thing out here and talk to agent like you are a king they will let you stay right there in the truck stop, I run my truck how one should as a business and not a toy, so when step to on agent and ask do you have any dedicated work they will tell you no, over time they see how you work then it is offer to you, so I pay the price by working hard, now I run GA to NC round trip 6 days one week and 7 days the week week then go home take my 34 and do it all over again
     
  6. bigdad7

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    Not sure sir but that dosent sound like 2500 miles a week
     
  7. Bigrayon

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    Well OK 396×6=2376 miles 396×7=2772 miles per week that is my miles per week.
     
  8. bigdad7

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  9. Bigrayon

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    You got and if they don't have work for me I get paid just the same, I know it sounds nuts but settlement did not pay money for a truck order not use because they themselves did not think it was right I had to send in my bol which showed it was so
     
  10. bigdad7

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    I get that you have a descent dedicated deal as long as it lasts but we are not comparing apples to apples here ...my average settlement when I stay out a week is between 4100 to 4400 ....you at 75% are around 4800 to 5000 ....but you also are picking up plates trailer rental and I can't tell if you have a deduction for cargo and liability ( I know I did back in the day at universal) ... I know tolls would not be a benefit in your lane and to be honest you want to work a lot more than I do .13 days on for 1 day off they better pay more lol ...another minor difference I don't have a quality lease i.m sure my fixed costs are far lower but that is irrelevant
     
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