Well, sometimes what happens is the timing is just screwed up for the run, and your terminal won't acknowledge that there is a problem. Operations at the other terminal may be all over the place. Sometimes the loads are ready VERY early, which should make the other driver able to arrive early if he's smart enough to know that you will be there. I don't understand. It's not a difficult concept. The sooner you get out, the sooner you get back, AND GET HOME!!! And then somtimes the other guy's load will be ready VERY late, meaning even if I got out late I'll still have to wait an hour or two. I really do dislike getting delayed unnecessarily, because then I'd be getting back just in time to have to swap trucks and go do city work for 3 or 4 hours. Basically, it just flat out sucks having to rely on other people.