Well freightshakers are freightshakers in the first place but these trucks are pretty stripped.
As in my first company my Freightshaker had foglights, light in cubby holes in sleeper, APU, seats that actually worked etc.
Here you have none of that.. forget APU you'll ever have a battery pack for AC that dies after 5 hours OR Opti-Idle where the engine turns on and off by itself constantly.
If it's 100 degrees inside the cab but 70 degree outside the truck won't Opti-Idle as it measures the temperature outside and not inside for the engine to start.
There is a range in which the engine won't turn on and off for AC, it's a sad design. Not all trucks have that though but a lot do.
The seats are terrible, I have to stick a pillow behind my back or else I get bad back pain. I didn't have that in the International but I was only in that truck for a week before it broke lol.
It's just a freightliner man, these things rattle apart.. man I even can rained on in this truck INSIDE from multiple areas when it's raining outside.
These Trucks were put together with K-Mart Clips I tell you.
You're welcome, btw if you really want to make a lot of money become a trainer here.
I was with a trainer for 3 weeks here and saw his paychecks through the qualcomm.
I talked about it with my trainer, he gets paid ALL miles the truck moves plus $125 extra a week for training.
We did a couple coast to coast runs while I was in "training".
Do the math 5800 x .51 + $125 is nearly $3100 in one week