Driver (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – April 26, 2017
National Carriers is the most awesome company to me i am kept running the pay is awesome dispatch is awesome they get me where I need to go when it is time sometimes a day or 2 early and they never hold that against the driver they treat you with respect and as a person not just a driver they want long term employees and overall they are an excellent company
Employee/driver (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – April 5, 2017
Retalitive, dispatch is completely lazy. The only thing anyone cares about here. Is paying off bills. Drivers are the last thing on there mind. Locked in to yard like convicted criminal. Have to get permission to leave. They also enjoy threatening drivers. Plus waking them up during there break. They have had 5 fatalities in 3 months. Miles are poor at best. Many of there drivers are rude and look like homeless people. Also the lie about everything and stab you in the back. Went from the best to the worst company ever.
OTR Solo Driver (Former Employee) – Irving Tx Liberal, ks – March 7, 2017
This company was once great. Now The same Family that owns Trans Am owns controlling interest of Naional...Miles are low.. Mechanics trash a truck you turned over for repairs spotless.. They will force dispatch you to do city work. They have added Dash cams. Layover pay cut from 100 to 50( And you have to fight just to get that. Operations is mostly guys from Marten Transportation... No Dental coverage, Expensive insurance..More money taken from the driver to buy needless upgrades for trucks. DONT BELIEVE THE HYPE. ..I barely was able to get 2000 miles a week. They will promose you the world but the proof is in the paycheck..I strongly suggest look elsewhere
You never really knew what to expect everyday was different. Some days we would have ten to fifteen trailers that would need done and on other days there would be four or five. I learned how to tell if the tires on the trailer were good or bad and I learned how to make sure everything was good and working. Clean, safe work environment, and extremely organized. The hardest part about the job was learning how to mount the tires and changing shocks. Knowing that the trailer was safe when it left the shop.
An hour long lunch and sundays off
only got one break other than lunch and we never knew if were gonna have work on saturdays
Nanny/Babysitter (Former Employee) – Naples, FL – January 12, 2017
All I can say is dont waist your time with thease people they are liers driver mgrs dont care about you all they want is money no detention pay no fuel bonus they wont get you home no family time just a waist of time dont fool with them youll be sorry.
Their DOT doctor only approve you for a 3 month period and they keep pulling you in. HHeconstantly threatened drivers with blocking them from the road until he can find something nonstick on your record that he will refuse to clear you for more than 3 months at a time. The company is technically a good company to dive for if you can overlook their DOT physical who office constantly smells like a paint factory
The company preaches about being a family but when you said multiple times in a hotel for a week that Family Value disappears would not give me a trainer a new truck let me sit in hotels multiple times
Company Driver (Former Employee) – Liberal, KS – October 4, 2016
As a driver I expect to run miles and have less sit time and make more money. all around National Carriers is a good company but it did not work out for me, that doesn't mean it will not work out for you
Former driver (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – August 9, 2016
I have been with national for about a year. They do not pay layover or detion pay. The dispatchers try to micro manage the trucks I ran as a second seat and they only care for the first seat.They Dont allow you to stop and shower or do laundry.We were only getting about 2500 miles a week for a team.I would not recommend this company.If you run as a team they give the first seat the fuel bonus and not the second seat person.
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Liberal, KS – August 6, 2016
National Carriers seemed to be as "Driver Orientened" as a trucking company could be. They did their best to get me where I needed to be when I needed to be there if I had something special going on. The introduction of automatic transmissions in their trucks was a Godsend.
A typical day driving a 18 wheeler has got to be the same no matter who you pull for. How you are treated is what makes the day either hard or easy, and I found that National did their best to make it a pleasant day.
Driver (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – July 30, 2016
I really enjoyed my time with National. If you show them you can and will run, you will get 3k or more miles a week. I regularly brought home between 900 to 1200 a week as a company driver. Only reason I left is because I got a local job to be home every night. I will miss this company.
Great trucking company to work for. Why? All you have to do is want it and willing to work for it. More miles to drive no matter what part of the country you live in. Like NO company will do they do not babysit or read grown folks mind. All you need is a plan and they will actually help build your future, ask then get involved it's that simple. Was a company driver now lease. Grossed over 84k in just 5.5 mths! Now compare that!
Mthly town hall meeting for drivers with free lunch Honesty Fair Consistent
Must improve on terminals to have place for drivers to wash clothes shower etc
Truck Driver Class A (Current Employee) – Liberal, KS – June 25, 2016
This company is great! They treat their drivers with respect and they are honest. Management os great. Trucks are Kenworth T680s top notch very well maintained and run great. You also get the miles if you want to run hard. Love you NCI!
Truck Driver (OTR) (Former Employee) – Brawley, CA – June 2, 2016
Please please drivers don't even look at this company unless you want to work for penats, I was taking home 400 to 500 dollars a week working 24/7 ,they have a building full a recruiters in dallas area they even have a company doctor for dot examination what does that tell you? They have to be replacing drivers every day , they conduct orientation every week . Also they steal money from your first paycheck you have to pay for a lock $100 if you go to home depot you can get it for $40 when I resigned they refuse to to pay me my least 3 days and reimbursement for my lock.
This company is a nightmare! They force you to drive illegal and put time on your clock . They only care about a load not the driver. You sit more than you drive and dont pay detention or layover! You be lucky to get 1500 miles a week if that. TERRIBLE OUTFIT TO WORK FOR!!
Nasty attitudes fleetmanagers raggedy trucks low miles
What a shame.NC is the worse people in the country to work for as a Lease Operator. Millage pay is the pits! They have serious problems with the Lease Purchase Program, above all, you will go broke here while they make money on their trash Lease Trucks. Run for the Hills!!!
Great management, they were easy to talk to and took an interest in what you had to say. Co workers were positive and great to work with. the trucking industry is stressful but with a good good it can be a fun job.
Colorado (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – April 18, 2015
Good Hard work. This place was too stressful for me. all ways covering for drivers that ben there the longest. Calling in or just taking time off. Not good to get a job where all the elder drivers have so much more time in. You feel you will never be part of the team.