whoo interstate made the best fleet for 2015

Discussion in 'Interstate' started by Upright, Feb 4, 2015.

  1. Upright

    Upright Medium Load Member

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    I knew I should have worked here instead. Any drivers in the reefer division? Otr? Regional? Or do you guys mix it up with dry vans?
     
  2. RoadCall

    RoadCall Road Train Member

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    I know Interstate regional offered me .38 a mile and a whole 2200 miles a week, lol. As far as I'm concerned they can keep their loaded trucks till they pay better and offer more miles.
     
  3. magoo68

    magoo68 Road Train Member

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    Gotta love when companies spend a pile of money on going for these awards instead of just paying drivers properly... Up here in Canada the so called top 50 best managed and places to work are just revolving door companies lol
     
  4. aduiepyle

    aduiepyle Light Load Member

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    So you telling me the ones i see on the road are just doing it because they love trucking because that's 836$ before taxes like danm that's loosing your car, house nd wife working for this company.
     
  5. Trckdrvr

    Trckdrvr Heavy Load Member

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    im not really sure about this top 20 list?
    seems like the company would have to fuel at TA or petro to make the (TA/Petro)magazines list?
     
  6. skyviper73

    skyviper73 Heavy Load Member

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    I always got plenty of miles when I was at IDC. They treated me well and I got home pretty much every week and a half. I got upwards of 2800 miles a week and some weeks, if the loads fell right, I would run 3100 miles and end up getting home with 20 minutes on my 70. cutting it close, but always drove like crazy. You just need to communicate with your manager concerning your hours, any issues, ect, and they will keep you moving. Just like any company, if you don't look out for your self, no one else will. It really is a good company. I worked there twice before I bought my own used truck and went to Schneider's Choice program. I would have stayed at IDC if they had a program where O/O's could pick their loads off a load board like SNI has. IDC does have a TON of drop/hook freight. I almost never had a live anything. Nothing wrong with IDC.
     
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  7. BigRigFisher324

    BigRigFisher324 Light Load Member

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    I run on the reefer division, which is a lot of I-5. Right now I get 2600 a week, but its been slow. Last year I usually got 2900-3100 a week. I make .39 and they have that goofy bonus I cant figure out but I normally get it each month. Sometimes ill haul a dry load, but its not that often.
     
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