UPS Freight Diary:

Discussion in 'LTL and Local Delivery Trucking Forum' started by Russian Rabbit, Jan 3, 2016.

  1. Russian Rabbit

    Russian Rabbit Road Train Member

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    Now, i have to say that:
    1) i had to take the entire month of April off do deal with some family issues. So the yearly gross would have been 43-44K-ish instead.

    2) i have another part-time gig on the weekends--an easy drop and hook gig so my real year end gross is a little higher as well. Will post that check stub as well asap.

    $18.70/hr Overtime after 8 or 40.

    Any questions, feel free to ask.
     
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  2. Sho Nuff

    Sho Nuff Road Train Member

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    I assume you're in P&D, since you're hourly. You guys still using Overnight trucks?
     
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  3. Canned Spam

    Canned Spam Road Train Member

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    I thought they paid like $26 an hour? Do women throw themselves at you when you wear those short brown shorts?
     
  4. Sho Nuff

    Sho Nuff Road Train Member

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    Top rate is $29. It takes 4 years to reach it. Looking at his payrate, I think he's at 2 year rate.
     
  5. FreightlinerGuy

    FreightlinerGuy Medium Load Member

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    OP, I don't know if UPS would say anything about you posting your stub but you probably should have blacked out the advice no too.
     
  6. finbyrd

    finbyrd Light Load Member

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    This is as a local driver for ups?
     
  7. Sho Nuff

    Sho Nuff Road Train Member

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    UPS Freight. Completely different from UPS packaging. They're LTL.
     
  8. finbyrd

    finbyrd Light Load Member

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    Are those the double trailers? Day cabs or overnight?
     
  9. Sho Nuff

    Sho Nuff Road Train Member

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    Both UPS and UPS Freight use doubles. You can separate them from what type of trucks they use. UPS use Macks and KW's, where Freight use Volvo's and Freightliner Overnight trucks. Usually UPS Freight trucks are lighter in color than UPS Ground trucks.
     
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  10. Blackshack46

    Blackshack46 Road Train Member

    Sorry, did I miss something? 44,000 is something to post about? I ain't much better off. But apparently I'm more better off than originally thought. But I thought ups/FedEx/etc paid better than what I do. So really.... Did I miss something?
     
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