Starting at Super Service LLC.

Discussion in 'Superservice' started by razorbladez, Nov 23, 2012.

  1. onee1956

    onee1956 Bobtail Member

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    The farthest south I went, was fort lee in va. He'll see plenty of Pa.Nj.md. and oh. Oh, and of course i dare not forget ups, Secaucus Nj.
     
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  3. CertifiedSweetie

    CertifiedSweetie Road Train Member

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    When I drove for them I was always at that UPS in Secaucus. Hated that place and I was always stuck there for a lllloooonnngggg time.
     
  4. pattyj

    pattyj Road Train Member

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    I never see any super sevice trks.Where do they run?I drove for Gainey for a yr.He owned both companies but filed a chapter 11.Now its all one company.Super service had better equipment then gainey transportation ever did.
     
  5. mattywhacker

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    Their equipment its RUFF!! I'm hoping this company don't mess up my csa score,
     
  6. onee1956

    onee1956 Bobtail Member

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    Do not let the "dm's" bum rush you! The trailers catch hell, that comes straight from the Ohio Dot. I would have three or four different ones in the course of a week. "SuSe" runs primarily east of the Mississippi to Mass and down to Austel Ga. (west of Atlanta). If you have a hot load (ups is always hot) fuel will route you on the toll road. If not,,,sorry for your luck. You take a toll road without their good graces, it'll come out of that little paycheck. good luck.
     
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  7. sedain

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    the fuel route isn't automatically "the route"...(you pick the route and make sure the fuel route matches *if* you might need fuel during or shortly after) and almost all of the time taking the toll road is perfectly fine..to be sure just check w/ your dm via qcomm...in my case I would never even need to ask even if it was a random otr load taking a random toll road.. it all depends on who your dm is, your reputation and your rating w/ the company as far as on the job performance (profitability). if your rating as a driver is poor, you are surely going to do poor unless you start to get your stuff together. from what im told they have software that ranks all of the drivers in different criteria, the better your rating the better you will do and the more likely you're to get better loads and/or dedicated accounts.

    a good # of the trucks are 06 and 07 trucks, but by far MOST of the truck fleet at this point is less than 3 yrs old... the trailers aren't new but theyre maintained for the most part and the ones that aren't are due to drivers dragging them around un-repaired, not getting the inspections done (every 6 mo.) etc etc. my truck is a 2012 and it has nearly 200k miles and im a solo driver...I got it brand new with about 350 total miles on it..no trk is maintenance free, even new trucks have issues and I have had to go to the dealership a few times.

    there are some weeks where ill get 2 trailers in a row that have something blatantly wrong with it and its not fixed and dropped at where I drop/hook from..luckly I go by grand rapids every single week so I can drop in and have them fix it or just fix it enroute at a ta..whatevers going to net a better result imo at that time.
     
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  8. mattywhacker

    mattywhacker Bobtail Member

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    Thanks sedain you Make some good points, I wish the home time was better were i'm so young and have 2 babies at home, I like the company so far even though i'm having to go out with a trainer for 2 Weeks to refresh, but I just Ned a Little more exp. So I can find a better home time company, but so far so good.
     
  9. CoffeeMan

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    Sedain, i was wondering if they just stay on the east coast or not? I see they have terminals in Tx and Ga, Mi. So i like to know if you just get hung out in the east for the most part.
     
  10. sedain

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    depends, there are people that go out west (teams and certain accounts) but for the most part its Colorado/tx and east of there as a solo otr driver but I have been out to ca more than a few times..we had a terminal in ca, but that's not the case anymore. I have been doing the same run for the last yr and a half so I haven't done much if any general otr freight.. but as far as I know that's the case for otr drivers at ss currently.
     
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  11. CoffeeMan

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    Sedain, thanks for the information. It sounds good. Looks like i'll be in oreintation Monday in Somerset if i pass their phone interview tomorrow.Thanks again !.
     
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