Discussion in 'Fedex Freight' started by Brian Junior, Jun 21, 2017.
Have bought a cargo van. Ho can I get assigned to Fedex?
Assigned for what?
Sounds like the cart before the horse. He has the means to deliver Fed Ex Freight, but not the authorization. Makes me wonder what kind of small business plan he is working off of? Assuming he has a plan. I wonder what kind of projections for income versus costs? Business taxes, personal taxes (16% of every dollar in wages for social security alone), state income tax, county tax, license fees for the truck, business insurance, medical coverage for an owner operator. And 2 to 4 months operating expense funds set aside to run his start up business. Does he service his equipment himself? Or send it out. I wish him luck. He is going to need a plan showing possible income versus expense before he can get a loan from a bank. And trust me, he will need a bank loan. Now or down the road, all businessman need to rely on the ability to borrow money to grow or survive. And buying the truck before having a source to pay for it is well, like buying a water pump before knowing what car to install it on. Brian I really hope you make it. Do your home work before the test. It will make a difference.Von.
I think he's referring to Custom Critical.
. New Contractor Eligibility Requirements
No record of a preventable accident resulting in a fatality or serious injury or payout greater than $100,000.
No record, citation or conviction during the one-year period prior to the application date of:
Using a handheld mobile phone or texting while driving a commercial motor vehicle (CMV).
No record, citation or conviction during the thirty-six (36) consecutive months prior to the application date of:
More than three (3) moving violations
More than one (1) preventable accident and two (2) moving violations
Operating a vehicle without a valid license or improper license, including operating a vehicle while a license is expired or under suspension, revocation or cancellation
Offenses resulting in more than one (1) driver's license suspension for moving violations thirty (30) days or more
Reckless, aggressive or careless endangerment of any vehicle
Two (2) or more instances of exceeding the posted speed by 15 m.p.h. or more than one (1) instance of more than 20 m.p.h.
Operating a CMV when not medically certified
Operating a vehicle that contains alcoholic beverages, drugs or controlled substances contrary to law
Any offense resulting in suspension of driving privileges due to excessive or serious moving violations
Violating an out-of-service order issued by any law enforcement official
Falsifying any document related to DOT compliance
Carrying or transporting unauthorized passengers in a CMV
No record, citation or conviction during the sixty (60) months prior to the application date of:
Operating any vehicle while unlawfully under the influence of alcohol, drugs or controlled substances
Failure to submit to or pass drug, controlled substance or alcohol testing mandated by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) or requested by any law enforcement official in connection with the operation of any vehicle
Failure to stop or remain at the scene of an accident in connection with the operation of any vehicle
Failure to yield to a school bus while operating any vehicle and causing an accident
Failure to yield for a railroad crossing while transporting hazardous materials in a CMV
Fleeing or attempting to elude a law enforcement official in any vehicle
Using any vehicle in connection with the commission of a felony
Driver of cargo van or smaller vehicle leased on with FedEx Custom Critical must have an unrestricted commercial class C (or higher) driver's license (CDL) along with a hazardous materials endorsement.
Learner's permits or restricted licenses are not acceptable for drivers of FedEx Custom Critical leased vehicles.
Canadian contractors: please ensure your class G CDL is rated for a GVW greater than the GVW of your vehicle.
C. CRIMINAL BACKGROUND
Felony – no less than 7 years from the date of clearance. (Clearance would be the completion of probation, parole, incarceration or court-ordered diversion program relating to felony.)
DUI/DWI â€“ no less than 5 years
Misdemeanor â€“ no less than 3 years
Thanks a lot
You're welcome. Good luck.