SEFL's top out wage

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  1. imported_Girn

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    in paradise????
     
  2. racehorse

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    do you need a key west driver...............
     
  3. racehorse

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    hey grin....can you still get one of those boats with a big ole prop on the back of it...
     
  4. imported_daytripper

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    isn't it strange how line haul gets paid the same no matter where they live.
     
  5. tinabell902

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    Don't want to start a dispute on linehaul pay, but it's .527 cpm, At least thats what I'm getting :biglaugh:.
     
  6. mikejones234

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    i get .527 when i run linehaul.
     
  7. imported_Girn

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    that 7 tenths is earned income and it adds up!!!! No joke with that......
     
  8. tag106

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    2500 miles a week, = 130,000 miles year X .007 = $910.00year. I'll take it....
     
  9. tinabell902

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    tight

    I've never heard of you turning down $1, much less $910.:biglaugh:
     
  10. 39818

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    21.35 here in Austin,Tx
     
  11. screamingeagle35

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    I think it's $21.35 EVERYWHERE,some like to start rumors that they make more to get people stirred up...only exception might be in bigger metropolitan areas.

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  12. imported_Girn

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    screamingeagle, as you have read throughout the thread, we now know the top wage is not 21.35, and no one is trying to stir the pot-except maybe you!
     
  13. hubturn2

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    Dallas is 21.60 hourly and .5517 mileage
     
  14. bobtailin1981

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    The mileage is NOT .5517!?!? its .5217 for single linehaul and .5417 for teams.
     
  15. JRut

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    Ok since this thread is 3 years old, what's the NEW top out rate currently in 2012? Hopefully it has gone up by now.. if not, something is wrong.
     
  16. hotrod81

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    21.95 for p&d, .54 cent line haul.
     
  17. Girn

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    22.55 florida p and d
     
  18. Girn

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    22.55 florida p and d as of 8-10-12
     
  19. Dark_knight1981

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    hey buddy its $22.55 for p&d, and .54 for linehaul in the atl's.....first raise scince 2008 which is Baloney if you ask me. we were once the highest paid non union...but now if you do your research, we are near the bottom!!!
     

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