What's it like to deliver bounce houses? How is the process of loading and unloading the truck?

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  1. mpd240

    mpd240 Road Train Member

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    I ate at Mac Donald Ed in Sauk center min three days ago. They are advertising 15 an hour. 10 to 13 per hour is bad.
     
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  3. I love tequila

    I love tequila Light Load Member

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    It'll be anywhere from $550 to $700/wk depending on the hours... local and home every night, mostly driving, loading and unloading the trucks, set up at the customer's property and the bigger trucks are diesel while the smaller ones are gas
     
  4. buddyd157

    buddyd157 Road Train Member

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    i agree, 1000% with what you say.......!!!!!!!!
     
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    mpd240 Road Train Member

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    700 at best x 52 weeks a year 36400.00. You can do better.
     
  6. Muddydog79

    Muddydog79 Heavy Load Member

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    I commend you for your effort, no doubt. If i had a fleet of local moving trucks, you would be on the top of my hire list.
     
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    I love tequila Light Load Member

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    Not bad for a non-cdl local delivery driver... and I might've forgotten to post but overtime after 40hrs
     
  8. mpd240

    mpd240 Road Train Member

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    Good luck. Hope it works out.
     
  9. gentleroger

    gentleroger Road Train Member

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    What kind of health benefits? You may log overtime during the summer, but what about the winter?

    I don't know where you live, but $10-13 an hour is an entry level, SNAP eligible wage. There are a LOT of better gigs out there.
     
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    I love tequila Light Load Member

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    What about for a driving job to get p&d delivery experience... for a first driving job I've seen worse and I know that the p&d companies will see the experience and if I have my cdl it might help me to get on with a company that specializes in p&d delivery...
     
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    If they would let me test em out before and after....I do it fo free
     
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