Quality Logistics out of Englewood, CO

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  1. stevep1977

    stevep1977 Road Train Member

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  3. trucknguy

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    Chicago White Volvos
     
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  4. Life on Wheels

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    I loved my time there. Great pay, and the dispatchers were great. If I had to nitpick, I would maybe streamline the process of getting repairs done like tires while on the road. They kept me moving, and got me home when I wanted. The outbound loads were always light, which was a little treat, and the trucks are governed at 70, which was a big treat. I'm pulling tankers now outside of their area, but I would definitely recommend them to any good driver. Also, you better be willing to chain up in the winter.
     
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  5. Rolladawg

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    It's good of you to pass on this information, from your comments it sounds like a good firm. Sorry to read you're having to step away, I hope you can resolve your medical situation. Good Luck for the future.
     
  6. Redfish

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    What kind of miles would you do in a month?
     
  7. Life on Wheels

    Life on Wheels Light Load Member

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    I averaged about 11k miles per month. That works out to about 2,600 miles a month. But you make your money with the extra stop pay. Most outbound leads had around four stops on them, so that was an extra $100. Then $25 to pick up the backhaul and $25 more to deliver it, plus mileage.
     
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  8. TruckND

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    It’s a 60yr old company with 135 trucks that can’t keep those trucks filled. Drivers leave constantly because the company is a low volume driver mill, and the dispatchers don’t like dealing with drivers, and hardly answer the phone. If you complain about miles, they will starve you even more for miles until you quit. They like to tell you about the drivers that’s been there for 7 years, but won’t tell you about the hundreds of drivers that left in that same period and why. They pay every 2 weeks. After 10pm you are on your own until 6am, if you get someone to answer after 10pm it better be serious and deathly. Trucking is not 24/7 here at Quality because the company culture isn’t about the 24/7/365 truck driver, it’s about the customers and office people, and ALL the office people stick together, you are just a driver and they just keep posting those ad’s on Craigslist and don’t care if you work there or not. It’s just that simple.
     
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