As a team driver, we made okay mileage. We had a dedicated run. However, PAM was not concerned about faulty equipment, nor the safety of the drivers. As a team, we had constant issues with our tractor. We were constantly being brushed off when requesting mechanical checks/repairs. Trailers had consistent safety issues, as well. As a solo driver, I received little to no miles. I barely net $150 a week. PAM had me sitting sometimes for days at a time. Their pay was the same whether you drove team or solo. Their facilities are not well maintained. They are dirty, out of date, and lacking in appearance. I started with PAM as it was an easy company to start trucking with.
I was able to get on as a new driver, Paid training, Benefits offered
Poor equipment, Poor facilities, Low miles, Low pay, Not concerned for drivers' safety