You won't get payed per stops (average stops 4-10 or more). You will be driving in the City limits from one town to another, extremely low miles. They should pay per hour not per mile!
All drivers are required to unload the product by hand from the trailer, no one will help you.
Lots of physical labor involved- No Lumper Fee or Stop pay to the Driver. So think you are working for FREE.
They will pay you "unloading per weight" around $40 - $70 for entire trailer, it doesn't matter how many stops you will do.
Trailers are old and have problems, Trucks are not well maintained.
So you choose if you want to waste your time and work for FREE.