That's not what RJ's talking about. He's talking about the useless slugs who could work, but refuse to because the jobs they're qualified for aren't dignified enough...or they just don't want to work.
Different situation. That is like disability and that is very different from generational welfare. Thank your Grandad for his service for me. he deserves the rest.
'Zactly!That's not what RJ's talking about. He's talking about the useless slugs who could work, but refuse to because the jobs they're qualified for aren't dignified enough...or they just don't want to work.
Like the dude who said, "Work don't work for me. Why should I work if I can get free food?"
Forgive me ... I don't typically take resets and run off recap. So I don't think in those terms. But yes, I guess if the loads presented themselves and you can run that way, you can do more than 70 in 8 days ...Actually, no. If you so desire, you can burn up 70 in as little as 5 days, get in a reset, and work another day and half, all within an 8 day window. Not saying I want to run that hard (I've done it in the past,) but you can if you want.
And even with common core math, anything added to 70 gives a result greater than 70.
AS Injun already stated ... Elogs.Is that PAPER LOG or ELOGS M MysticHZ
My company recently put its Regional and OVR on ELOGS and even logging much of my ON DUTY "not" driving as SLEEPER BUNK for which I am starting to get "*****ed" at for that 14 hour clock is KILLING ME
Fuel at a crowded TRUCKSTOP will easily eat half an hour and even a drop and hook usually takes 20/30 minutes by the time Ya check in, drop, then Find Your Trailer and get the paperwork
Yesterday I picked up a load BUT instead of PALLETS it was STACKED BOXES loaded by HAND because that was the WAY the "customer" WANTED IT gosh that took FIVE HOURS and even though I went on SLEEPER BERTH after 30 minutes of on duty that put me through Chicago in the THICK of RUSH HOUR and just ATE my 14 hour clock
Yep ... gross revenue is down directly related to the decrease in FSC ... Net revenue is up due to the fact that I'm kicking butt on my fuel cost. The gap between my cost and the national average has widened by over $.10 as compared to last year.But do know why?
Based on the way your company has you running Elogs and where you have to fuel - busy truck stops, I can fuel anywhere I like and do - it sounds like you are the one is being treated like a slave ... Swift policy is to be off duty or sleeper unless you are actually performing work.Yeah we know everything is just ACES at SWIFT and we all should go and apply at SWIFT to drive a Truck governed at 62, be treated like a SLAVES, and have no human INTERACTION all computerized and nobody answers the Phone
My truck is governed at 99 cause 100 will get ya chrome bracelets
No. Swift does have standards. They might not be the highest standards, but they do have 'em. You'd be less disappointed if you didn't apply to Swift. Seems to hit some people pretty hard when they find out they won't get hired.
My truck is governed at 68.
If a slave earns $1,000 to $1,400 per week and gets to come and go as he or she pleases, sign me up! Wait....I'm already here..
I see my office staff every day. When I call, I talk to my office staff. They know me by voice and call me by name. Even when I was OTR, I called and spoke with my DM several times each week. The only time I communicate by computer is when I'm entering information into the computer.
Looking at how your Holy-Grail smaller company is treating you, I'll stay with Swift.
That's new, as in a recent change. Parts of Oregon are 65 for trucks now.ID is 70 for trucks