I understand what you are saying, but not sure it goes that way at every svs ctr. At nas every unit possible is on the road, often running out of trucks so the late start are getting stuck driving truckload sleepers that are available, some that are awaiting trade in etc to keep things moving, yea, even the peterbuilt sleepers. During the day the guys in tandems, if they come back into the yard to drop/swap after 5pm they are generally supposed to change trucks and get in one of the single axles that have come back from a route so if there is a problem throughout the evening the tandems are there for when the shuttle runs start leaving. 95% of the time I start the day in a tandem, and swap into a single axle in the evenings. The least experience/seniority guys there may be somewhat inexperienced and an issue for tearing up equipment, back over here, if you dont have 20plus years you are low on the list, my 12 years with the company wont even get a route when the time comes for me to choose, unless I choose one that no one else wants just to have one. I think nash has more drivers over 20yrs with the company than inexperienced with less than 10-15.