You can expect about 90% of the freight to be drop and hook.
Yes, with PAM company restrictions which are subject to change.
Drivers can have passengers who are 18 years old or older. Family members who are 13 years or older are also allowed. There is no insurance fee for a spouse but there is a small charge each month for other passengers.
Yes, a lease-purchase program is offered. Certain incentives may be available and new drivers may be able to take advantage of this program during the first year.
OTR, Local, Dedicated and Regional. PAM provides dry van truckload, expedited truckload, inter-modal, and logistics services throughout the United States, most PAM truck driving jobs are dedicated runs.
PAM offers a bit more home time than most other training companies. Drivers will earn 1 day off for each week they are out, but often times take home time after only 2 weeks vs. 3 to 4 week stretches at other companies.
There are also more regional and dedicated positions offered at these companies than others in the industry. The advantage to this is added home time and more predictable miles / pay, with the disadvantage being less travel and experiencing less of the country.
International, Freightliner and some Peterbilts are being introduced.
Yes. PAM Transport runs electronic logs.
62 MPH on cruise control and 64 by foot.
Some PAM trucks do have APU units.
PAM Transport's equipment is pretty standard for any large trucking company.
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