Post here which loads you pull for ATS and why you think they are good and bad. And why. I am currently on the mileage contract, and never bothered to switch because I quickly found out that being on the mileage contract vs, the percentage contract allows me to consider loads percentage guys won't touch, forcing them to sit while I leave. I've also figured out that a lot of ATS drivers like to argue endlessly about which contract is better. To think that ATS is going to let one group of guys get too far ahead or behind another group money-wise is a foolish argument, and one I usually walk away from. Also, I've met a lot of guys here who HATE tarping, and won't do it if it kills them. Then, they'll brag about how much they made pulling a load of say - utility trailers out of Sumner, TX that takes HOURS loading, and is a HUGE pain in the ass to secure, and never really sits still on the trailer. But...you don't have to tarp them... Just because a load doesn't tarp doesn't mean its better than a load that does. Once, I hauled a big box out of the Port of L.A. that had 150.00 tarp pay on it, and didn't have to tarp it at all. Sometimes you get lucky. Other times, you tarp something that a professional seamstress would have a hard time covering. So...my first load I'm going to post that I've hauled that most guys wont is one terry and I just now talked about briefly. Kettle falls, WA to Pella, IA They'll offer you $25.00 tarp pay. Tell 'em to stick it. I managed to get $100.00 out of it, but didn't find that out until I delieverd it. Why I have to negotiate with ATS all the time I don't know, and it's pretty annoying, but there it is. The Good: It's a load coming straight back to the midwest, with liberal recieving hours. It's FB or SD (don't let the FB ONLY thing scare you. They'll load both. DO NOT go chasing all around Seattle to find a frigging trailer. )They will weight you in light when you get there. Save yourself the 9.00. Yes, it's heavy, and you get to drag it rhough the Rockies, but still, I averaged 6.5 on the load, and usually run about 67mph. The Bad: Fuel up before you go in there. In Spokane if possible. Fuel in WA is pricey, but it beats having to play the half-tank-empty-half-tank game all the way to Iowa. They will load you to scale, and ignore your cries for mercy about having to buy fuel.