RV Transport Companies

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  1. Bigfoot_Trucking

    Bigfoot_Trucking Light Load Member

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    Talked to one of my dispatchers about this. We have so many trailers now to move and hundreds more scheduled to come in he thinks we'll just get caught up. Just have to see how it turns out. Going to make a short run next week and spend several days at home over the 4th.
     
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  3. watrucker

    watrucker Light Load Member

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    Is there a way to get into RV transport if you don't own a tow vehicle or a pickup to tow trailers? I live fairly close to western Canada so it peaked my interest.
     
  4. Saddletramp1200

    Saddletramp1200 Road Train Member

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    On occasion I was asked to transport a RV to it's owner. Always put your truck in a safe place! No Breake, No Steale,!!! Fly me there, fly me back. Little blue things on my boots are a pain. Moneys too good to pass up. $60.00 to park my rig @ an airport ain't bad. No Riff Raft. 3 days I'm back. 4 @ most. It's a trip.
     
  5. gangster49

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    Many Rv Haulers take trains, or buses to get back to Elkhart.
     
  6. Bigfoot_Trucking

    Bigfoot_Trucking Light Load Member

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    Get your cdl, fly to Elkhart Indiana and drive a motorhome back up to Canada.
     
  7. maddytravels

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    CWRV Transport is looking for people to fill immediate shuttle positions in the Elkhart area. The application is on the website and truck requirements.
     
  8. Bigfoot_Trucking

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    If I'm not able to get the loads I need from my current company I will try and lease on with them.
     
  9. maddytravels

    maddytravels Bobtail Member

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    I would definitely talk to them. I think their loads will be a little steadier than other companies once everything is up and running. Camping World is only growing and growing. If you know any local guys that want to work Monday - Friday let them know about the
    shuttle positions. A chauffers liscense is ok but A CDL is better. As long as they have a 10,000lb hitch, its ok they don't have a fifth wheel yet as far as shuttling goes. Its also dailypay on the shuttle positions!
     
  10. Roadmedic

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    Be a pay cut for me. Seems it is affiliated with Horizon and they will be leasing many of their lots. Look for a drop in their business.
     
  11. maddytravels

    maddytravels Bobtail Member

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    They are not part of Horizon. They are part of Camping World. Other small transport companies also have units in Horizons yards. That is nothing new leasing yard space. They are an exclusive Camping World transporter now.
     
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