I have been trying to gather insurance information from the nons, but unlike wages there are so many variables to consider and frankly most drivers just dont understand all nuances. Even if you figure out monthly premiums, Co-pays, deductibles, coverage % your still have to consider quality of care. What I do know, is that I have yet to find any company providing better coverage than YRC and ABF. In 2011 Reddaway was paying about $1350 per month per employee for Medical, dental and vision. I'm sure it's much more now. By the way, the hourly rate for medical should really be computed based on the average hours worked, not too many driver's working only 40 hours per week. If you give a Reddaway driver who works 55 hours a week a $9.60 raise that would equal $465 due to the overtime. I just think that should be considered when the company is trying to make you think it's worth x amount per hour. Also it's worth noting the average driver at YRC is age 55 Thanks for your reply, if you know any specifics about FedEx medical let me know.