Trucking companies with 75mph trucks

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  1. Davebox

    Davebox Light Load Member

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    I actually saw one of their ads and called them a couple days ago I believe. They sound good, do you know anything about them or drive for them?
     
  2. gpf87

    gpf87 Medium Load Member

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    BLT Tanks LLC out of Kingfisher OK .. Trucks are not governerd
     
  3. gpf87

    gpf87 Medium Load Member

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    No , sorry . I met one of their drivers in the Phx area and asked him about the company but I have no first hand knowledge
     
  4. gpf87

    gpf87 Medium Load Member

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    Also , someone else mentioned livestock hauling .. Those trucks normally run at least 75 and they're all over Kansas ..

    with the exception of JBS , they go 65 mph on a good day with brand new tires
     
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  5. x1Heavy

    x1Heavy Road Train Member

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    I can learn to appreciate those large cars. I like them depsite the heavy aerodynamic treatments. I wonder if that is the new level 4 add ons that will enable additional conservation on the interstate.
     
  6. haz-matguru

    haz-matguru Road Train Member

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    The best career company I've ever heard of has 75 mph+ trucks and there are several others in Texas. Who's going to get killed because your doing 75mph? Anything below 70mph is to slow anyway. Most of those trashy 3rd party carriers have the trucks governed at 68mph or below to get lower insurance.
     
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  7. Frank Speak

    Frank Speak Road Train Member

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    I might drive a bit slow (cruise at 72) for having an ungoverned truck, but I have an ulterior motive. Makes it easier to spot those Kentucky license plates.
     
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    Livestock isn't for everyone....
     
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  9. Mountaintrucker4302

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    Why r u looking for kentucky license plates?
     
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