TQL forced on Article 49 to show original rate con

Discussion in 'Trucking Industry Regulations' started by TheLoadOut, Dec 1, 2023.

  1. TheLoadOut

    TheLoadOut Road Train Member

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    A trucker asked TQL to provide her with the original rate con and when they wouldn't respond she took it to the next level, herself being a lawyer as well as a trucker got the attention of the FMCSA and although it took a year she finally got that rate con.
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  3. zinita17601

    zinita17601 Road Train Member

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    Now that we are equipped with this piece of important information what should we do next?
     
  4. Rubber duck kw

    Rubber duck kw Road Train Member

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    Is this shocking or even remotely surprising to anybody here? Was this on a dollar a mile load or 1.50?
     
  5. LoneRanger

    LoneRanger Road Train Member

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    we all knew, well the smart ones did anyways.
     
  6. Rubber duck kw

    Rubber duck kw Road Train Member

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    My most recent evidence of that was hauling a payloader for a neighbor, quoted 5.5 a mile and the guy didn't even hesitate.
     
  7. Siinman

    Siinman Road Train Member

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    These people are a bunch of cry babies as well. They like to run with that NOOIA group. I would not waste any time at all on anything they do to be honest.
     
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  8. LOTSO

    LOTSO Medium Load Member

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    This is typical of these laws like this. Here we have an ATTORNEY who wrote a letter to the FMCSA and it still took her a year to get the ratecon. Can you imagine what the letter would read from some whining trucker, who obviously can't run a business if their worried what the broker is getting AFTER they accepted what they considered to be an acceptable rate. Fine here's your ratecon 1-1/12 years later.
     
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  9. LOTSO

    LOTSO Medium Load Member

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    Is this the guy that got in trouble for sending those threating letters for years and years about various DOT filings? If it is I didn't know his group was connected with NOOIA.
     
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    xsetra Road Train Member

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  11. bryan21384

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    I still don't understand why it's so important to truckers to know what the brokers have in the load. If what they're offering doesn't work, then you don't haul it, right? I don't see how knowing what the broker got for the load benefits truckers. Even if the broker shows what they have in it, that don't mean the trucker is gonna get what they want....who's to say TQL or anybody else won't show a dummy rate con?
     
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