I had a few good loads this last month but I'm out in S. Cali right now and HS/LTL is paying #### but I look at the van market and there are $9,5k loads cross country right now and there is a crap ton of them. Why are the high rates not tricking down to hotshot right now?
Lack of capacity should mean it starts to trickle down to us.. but it doesn't seem to be, at least not for long-distance loads. Any ideas? I still see brokers trying to push #### like 40ft "ltl" load from LA to TEX for $1,5k.. I saw another for like .70/mile and it was 40ft... There are some $2/mi loads popping up going north in Cali up to OR/WA but that's all I saw the last 2 days anything head east was crap.. So why are we not seeing the party that the big rigs are this time?