Discussion in 'Drivers Wanted' started by Bobby2010, Jun 27, 2016.
I need a driver to run OTR can anyone help?
You might want to add some information about the job if you actually want some responses.
Based out of where?
Based out of Colorado, driver doesn't necessarily have to live in Colorado.
.47 cents per dispatched mile
4-6 weeks out, no California
Home time is up to the driver(with in reason)
1 week paid vacation after a year
95% no touch Freight
Out for 4-6 weeks..
Apparently no health insurance.
Time off when you agree to it....
Better get another phone line to accommodate all the applicants...
I'll just keep puffing on Sally's breasts and post here all day. Let me know when you give 3 weeks a month...I'll think about it.
1099 ? W2 ? Dry van ? Refer ? I Pass ? Pre pass ? Year of truck ? Year of trailer ?
1099,dry van and maybe some refer, pre pass,1999 Freightliner Century, u will be pulling a lot of different trailers the job is mostly power only and 95% drop and hook. I should have made it more clear about the time off (a week to ten days).
Drive a 99 Freightliner. There is an older truck out there than my daily assigned 2000 Volvo ?????
If your not interested in the job stop replaying! I didn't post on here to read post from someone that doesn't have anything better to do than talk !
"I'll take it !!"
Where are u located?
I'm in sunny Dayton Ohio....home of depression and lossers. Drive all night sing all day..
Bob, most times on websites such as this, we try to discourage the 1099 employer. some of us (me for example) had to chase the owner for my pay. then the no health care benefits. the age of the truck may NOT matter much, as long as it is in very good condition. time off does sound good. but now comes the road time of 4 to 6 weeks. even right out of school, we have cry babies that simply refuse to run the way some of us "old timers" did.
you very well may get someone to work for you, but HIS background could be questionable as well.
you may have a better chance of posting this (in full detail) on your local Craig's List site, as it may be of more help to have respondents from your location.
That's nO fun
Yes he sounds like a joy to work for.