Start the day off pretty much full speed answering phones, confirming loads, and monitoring drivers' status. I've learned how to multitask and to think on the fly sometimes. The management and co-workers are great people to work with. The most difficult part of the job is doing several things at once and trying not to forget some things. The most enjoyable part of the job is feeling like you've accomplished something during the day without it falling all apart.
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Starke, FL – January 15, 2019
There’s a reason for the low miles. Ran good miles in the beginning, 3500 to 4200 miles in 7 days. But the miles where slipping away. You spent a lot of time sitting just under the required time needed to resceive layover. Then the 1800 mile club began. Week after week same thing just new stories about why there are no miles. Only a certain crowed received over 1800 miles. It didn’t matter what you did if your not one of the good old boys, no miles for you. Speaking of layovers, driver managers where cute. Dispatch you after sitting 18 hours and send you somewhere to wait a couple hours before delivery just to break up the break. I believe if the owner knew about this he would of done something about it. I didn’t stick around to find out. It had potential, just wasn’t one of the cool kids.