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It’s says “maximum” speed. Which means that 62 is ok, no more 70 mph trucks.
First of all, punctuation would help in figuring out what you are conveying.
Second: This is NOT Yellow. This NOT Roadway. This IS YRC Freight.
I noticed a few years ago, that a building on the corner of Churchman and South Arlington in Indianapolis that had the CF stripe around and still...
ELD's can be catagorized in 2 classes:
1) if you run illegal, you will hate them!
2) if you run legal, you will love them!
511 is running teams to St Louis (621). Then the freight is relayed East to Indy, Chicago or Akron, which runs bids to St. Louis.
That is why it is like a ghost town. Once thriving, now with just a few souls left. Sad.
The same people on here bitched about power steering and seat belts.
What I am hearing that UPS and DHL are joining forces to by YRCW, with Deutsch Bank handling the financials.
UPS wants this done by Christmas.
Everything was quiet.
A 401(k) that I control. Period! No Teamster control whatsoever. They had their chance and blew it.
Sounds about right. The company wants it, the employees want it, so let the IBT mess it up. Totally out of touch.
Kronos will do that.
Different terminal. The Big R was on Moreland Ave
The only thing we can do about this is to vote for who we think would represent us IF this were to happen, Hoffa or Zuckerman!
This was indeed a YRC driver based in Indy.
Unfortunately, Nashville, Akron, Chicago and others did not subscribe to that thought.
Funny that when a new driver comes on board, he is trained...
Not me. In fact we were just issued a thick book of authorized fuel stops.
Keep in mind that any agreement is contingent on it being enforced by both parties. YRC breaks it (PTS to name just one) and the IBT turns there...
That is what I am hearing, also.
The smart a**ed replies are the main reason that the number of posters has gone down a lot in TB. I have even...