Equipment here was always an issue. The majority of the time, if a driver put a truck in for repairs, management would put it back into service for the next shift before repairs were made. On two occasions, I came close to being killed because of this practice. As far as their pay goes, they were the lowest paying company in my area. I was told a gross - more... of $1500 or more a week, but the reality was $900 a week.
My favorite part of this company, was my fellow drivers. After dealing with them, the term “bottom feeder” had a new meaning.
All in, this was one of the worst transportation companie ... - less