Fleet Mechanic (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – October 11, 2017
Drivers constantly complained about everything and never got better, unable to fix junk equipment, computers used to diagnose problems with trucks weren't in place, hired a not so smart replacement boss.
Tech A (Former Employee) – Dallas-Fort Worth, TX – March 21, 2019
Endless shop politics everyone talks bad about everyone else at all times it never stops I was a tech A and the from day one the shop was in complete disarray constant down line parts are so hard to come buy that it’s a 3 day wait for brake shoes they stock nothing Driver’s refuse to do pre or post trip inspections and that creates more problems you have to stop anywhere from 8 to 14 times a night for flats and lights and to put 3 qts of oil in a truck. It never stops between the absentee manager and the buddy system tech level means nothing a trainee can be doing a engine light while a tech A is doing a trailer PM nothing ever real gets done it’s a disaster. Even my shift changed 3 times the pay was good but not worth all the drama I have never worked at any other shop that had so many problems and I spent nearly 12 years in the operating engineers union and the teamsters union