The very best owner operator carrier, 90% pay!

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  1. CaptainDaveG

    CaptainDaveG Road Train Member

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    Effective today if you don't unload my truck in 2 hours. I will charge you 100.00 per hour in 5 minute segments. If you can get it done in 5 hours. I must leave with whatever products are on truck. Have a good day


    Be Safe Out There


    Captain Dave
     
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  3. SingingWolf

    SingingWolf Heavy Load Member

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    Do they provide their own eld or do you have to supply one?
     
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  4. Doc W

    Doc W Light Load Member

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    Yeah... a little tack and common sense goes a long way there driver!!! :-(
     
  5. MysticHZ

    MysticHZ Road Train Member

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    You have to use keeptruckin eld ... I would expect that charge you the $20/$30 per month for it.
     
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  6. realbigaaron987

    realbigaaron987 Bobtail Member

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  7. realbigaaron987

    realbigaaron987 Bobtail Member

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    I have my own truck and running containers from atlanta to Savannah and back. Not nearly enough money. I'm calling tomorrow morning.
     
  8. Misesian

    Misesian Road Train Member

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    I looked into these guys before getting my own MC. In my opinion 90% would be great if they paid the cargo and liability. They charge you for cargo and liability, although at a cheap rate. You're paying them 10% for quick pay and that's about it. After doing this for awhile now the back office functions they perform are quick and simple for you to do on your own. Getting your authority is not hard and neither is the work you have to do regarding record keeping. Some people make it sound difficult but it's really not. Their deal isn't bad but for someone like Freightwipper I feel you would be better off with your own authority. Get your feet wet awhile there but I'd recommend you go the own authority route eventually.
     
  9. realbigaaron987

    realbigaaron987 Bobtail Member

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    Ok thanks for the information. I'm really looking for another gig until I purchase my own trailer and get my MC#. I have my DOT# already. Not to get into your business but 2000 miles at 90 Is about ? Per week.
     
  10. freightwipper

    freightwipper Road Train Member

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    Biggest hurdle with getting my own authority is insurance.
    I was quoted extremely high plus the aspect for me hiring drivers and getting them insured.
    Ease of insurance and bring drivers on with me was the biggest deciding over getting my authority.

    There ain't nobody paying more than 90% to lease onto. Usually it's 72-85% and you still gotta pay cargo and liability.
    The numbers here comparability to others to lease on is why I picked here.
     
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  11. freightwipper

    freightwipper Road Train Member

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    Could be anything, you know that.
    Everybody's business is different.
     
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