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Who in here, is actually....not averaging, but actually and physically being paid $1,000 gross or more every single week?
scythe08 Road Train Member
- Mar 19, 2007
My recruiter quotes me an average 2300 miles and they will start me at .43 cpm. That comes to 989 and that is before any accessory pay. A grand a week should be simple. I dont intend to be home much. The issue Im having now is I have to surrender my utah cdl and get a texas one. But I didnt plan on getting an apartment or anything. It would be way cheaper to just stay at a hotel for the 3-4 days a month Ill be off. But ths DMV says there are all sorts of things I have to have to prove my domicile is in texas. Such as bills, rental agreements, ect.
So currently weighing my options.
They also want an accident report from January of 06. It was a not at fault one, but it was in California so who knows what 3 ring circus Ill have to join to get it. Ive never had anybody ask fot it before. Its not on my DAC and I wasnt cited as my MVR shows.
Le Cou Rouge Bobtail Member
- Sep 14, 2008
Hi Ethos, are you a TE in Houston? I will be going to Houston for training next month (Aug)... bulk training. Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated. Really good tips and advice will get you a steak dinner if your there.
DADof3 Medium Load Member
- Apr 8, 2009
$1045.81 (Took Monday off for Dr.)
And this week I will have at least $1247.98 plus any detention my next delivery may accrue. This is working from 0530 Mon till about 1200 on Sat and I've been home at least once every week (like right now) and off every weekend. This is year round like this. We don't really get slow. We are a private fleet who hauls our own products. We keep enough drivers to keep us busy like this all year. Our surges and slow periods are handled with outside carriers like Prime, Foodliner, etc that way we stay consistently busy all year. Also I don't "conserve" my 70. Other than the 30 min off duty every day, and if I stop and take an hour or so nap in the sleeper, all time is on duty or driving. This includes stopping for bathroom breaks and snacks etc.Twicebit Thanks this.
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