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driver (Current Employee), kingsbury txMarch 6, 2014
Pros: nothing
Cons: payrate, abuse of driver, equipment, managment
stay away, payrate change to 45 cpm n 25 each stop, leases r no more than 30 miles apart, so there is no miles n they dont pay for waiting time. equipment is bad, the have some new petes but only use by seniority drivers. stay away, ohh btw the yard is located 45 miles east of san antonio. n they cancel 30 bucks a day perdiem. no company is perfect – more... but in this one r a bunch of liars running the show. – less
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Driver (Current Employee), SeguinMay 15, 2013
Pros: moving forward at a steady pace.
Gold Spur now has all 2012 or newer Brenner and Polar crude trailers. In North Dakota they have new Dragon crude trailers. As of May 1, 2013 they have already purchased and placed in service 15 2013 Pete 388's and have at least 20 more 2014 388 Pete's due to deliver by July 1st. All of those 2007 379 Pete's will be cycled out shortly. The pay and benefits – more... have changed significantly since 2011. GS offers medical, vision, and dental now along with 401k and paid time off coming shortly.Several changes have been made in the company structure that benefit drivers in pay and benefits. – less
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Professional Driver (Former Employee), Vernal, UTFebruary 6, 2013
I have driven for a few companies now and have had a myriad of experiences. Not one place is perfect, of course, however this company's OTR division is the most unprofessional and keep-you-in-the-dark division I've come across. On multiple occasions the dispatcher swore at me via text and over the phone. No miles and they don't pay what they tell you – more... they would. Very hostile work environment and they leave you weekends without any idea (no matter your attempts at communication) of what the next load would be or where you were to stay for that weekend. Absolutely Horrible Employer. – less
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Mgr Toni (Former Employee), Minot, NDAugust 8, 2012
Pros: money
Cons: long drive to work
Average day was long and very cold. Learned to keep warm. Managment hard for them to manage so many. Enjoyed my co-workers. Hardest part long drive to and from work. Best part was the money.

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