I moved to this company thinking that I will be making good money because of higher rate of cpm they pay compared to other companies but I was wrong, if you have family and looking for a decent pay check this place will do you no good
Team leaders and dispatchers are quitting this place all my fellow drivers who I met in orientation they quit some after a month others first week.
Something they don't tell you about and it might surprise you the second day of orientation that the company is actually owned by knight transportation
But knight don't interfere with the management and that's true but they are trying there best to save money on every thing to keep knight happy and far from management.
The most important thing to the driver is the milage, if no milage no paycheck that's the main point.
They don't have miles and there work is by season when it's a high season which start from end of October and last until end of January they will fill the websites with bonuses and extra cents per miles which they will deduct it later if you decide to quit befor 90 days from the hiring day, rest of the year you will be spending more time in truck stops than over the road and your weekly milage will be 1600 or may be 1700 miles and from there you can do the math.
It might work for others but am not gonna be over the road for 500$ paycheck a week I rather find a local job sleep in my home every night.
There costumers are nice and most of the loads drop and hook they do swapping as well, they run only the east coast.
Truck maintenance is horrible I give zero and don't dream of getting paid a penny if you broke down neither for layover, may be they do for others but never happened to me I broke down for 4 days nothing extra entered my pay check.
They have only 540 trucks and you might think you'll be treated good because of that but they will really treat you lower than a driver job posetion.
They have communication problems they might not answer the phones at all when you really need help neither reply you messages on Qualcomm.
One last thing they lost 50% of there annual loads because of FedEx, FedEx stopped using 53ft trailers and they are requiring doubles instead, so they are really suffering now.
Don't get fooled by the adds and bonuses
It doesn't worth it you will waist your time.