City Driver Stuff

Discussion in 'Fedex Freight' started by SwampRatt, Jan 8, 2016.

  1. seabreeze

    seabreeze Not Well Known Member, 60 Year Teamster Member

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    Could be,city drivers may be too lazy, different story with line drivers, not a lazy bone in their body, just too tired!
     
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  2. Big Dave

    Big Dave Hat Jokes Are Always Funny

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    Or line drivers would make the Hostlers do it...
     
  3. SwampRatt

    SwampRatt Well-Known Member

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    Wasn't aware of any such position, in the city. I've been watching the internal career opportunities list. I think I would have noticed that one since I think I could qualify, maybe.
     
  4. SwampRatt

    SwampRatt Well-Known Member

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    Probably both... Actually the newer trailers are really easy. Air assist, push button operation. Nothing like the old school two man battle to pull the pins.
     
  5. Redracer3136

    Redracer3136 BANNED

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    You mean hostlers do that?? I thought all they did was park in a cirlcle at the back of the lot and BS about last night’s game!!
     
  6. SwampRatt

    SwampRatt Well-Known Member

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    Any mention of the coming excess length surcharge? Any thoughts?

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    I mean, $85 surcharge above 8 ft.? Some of these type shipments are quite difficult and carry a high risk of damage. BUT there are some that weigh almost nothing, and are among the easiest so handle.
     

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