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    IhateMiami, FL

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    Rookie Solo Driver

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    3 years, 8 months ago

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Posted:  3 weeks, 5 days ago

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Paths To Making GOOD money as a truck driver?

Since we're doing this, I've labled each week as a 5 or 6 day. At every week with 5, I could've chosen 6 and that would've increased the gross by 1-1.5k. And even then there were probably opportunities every day to get more hours.

It's a me problem for not wanting to work more, but then again I don't want to work more! rofl-2.gif

This season's pay

Posted:  4 weeks, 1 day ago

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Paths To Making GOOD money as a truck driver?

I work foodservice

Wouldn't recommend it if you don't know how to maneuver the truck!

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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President’s mandate given earlier today

That quote puts into words my feelings better than I can

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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President’s mandate given earlier today

Never let a "crisis" go to waste as an attempt to grab power

And I thought I could just work go home work go home and what happens happens

Biden's just a senile old man as a puppet imo

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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President’s mandate given earlier today

Something something who would give up a little liberty for security deserves neither

I'm tired of the brainwashed sheep and gaslighting news but what do I do

I just deliver groceries

Posted:  1 month, 4 weeks ago

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Website ranks carriers by driver pay - Sysco at the top

I have moved out of Miami and am back in the same original region I was at for Sysco.

Right now this is temporary for the whole summer season, and once its over we will go back to 18-2500/wk like normal. (Though working your off day is still DT)

I only work like 65 hours/6days which is amazing for this kind of work where on the 6th day you'd have like 5 hours left and be forced to do whatever to deliver that didn't involve driving a cmv so you'd get 75-80 for the week.

The most I've gotten here was 74 hours and that was due to warehouse waiting, not actual work.

Posted:  1 month, 4 weeks ago

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Website ranks carriers by driver pay - Sysco at the top

Even with those kind of numbers I still don’t know if I’d be able to do it. Certainly have my respect.

I’m though curious though yuuyo how many stops are you cranking out on that kind of money?

Us foods works you way less than sysco so Im getting like 8-12 a day; most individual stops I've seen are like 14. It's really hard on one route to take more than 10-11 hours to complete it whereas sysco will try to push you past 14 if you don't work like a maniac.

If I see 18 stops then you end up having 3-4 at the same location like 3 times so you really only get like 12.

Posted:  1 month, 4 weeks ago

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Website ranks carriers by driver pay - Sysco at the top

Yeah, two checks.

Yawns...

Ok I will give you the full list when I get home but I did mention a huge range with the descrepancy between 5/6 days

But you probably still won't be satisfied with that attitude

Posted:  2 months ago

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Website ranks carriers by driver pay - Sysco at the top

Yuuyo, this is impressive! How many hours do you put in daily, and at what rate? US Foods is hiring in my area, offering $30. Even working 70 hours with overtime after 40, it is still 40*30+30*45=2,550. What is your trick to almost double it?

If you work 6 days your dayoff is dt, thur/fri is dt, and sat is triple time regardless according to current union lou

If I work 5 days I gross around 2500-2800 because I work sat

Posted:  2 months ago

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Website ranks carriers by driver pay - Sysco at the top

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Posted:  2 months ago

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Website ranks carriers by driver pay - Sysco at the top

At packrat

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Posted:  2 months ago

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Website ranks carriers by driver pay - Sysco at the top

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Sysco is much more physical than the other jobs and the speed you unload directly affects your pay. Unloading 300 cases into 1 stop you're able to earn a higher wage because you're not wasting time touching other stops cases trying to find cases coming off right now

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I thought Sysco was hourly, in which case the speed you unload affects your pay, but in the opposite direction you're thinking of. I'm hourly, and make more on a three stop run than a single drop, simply because it takes me longer. It's honestly my biggest gripe working an hourly job, the guys milking it make more than the hustlers.

I could be wrong about their pay structure though, where's our Sysco guy?

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Yeah, where IS Yuuyo Y. btw???

He stopped back after he got furloughed, then... blip. Crickets. Somebody else worked for them for awhile, years ago...Heavy C, I think.

Yuuyo Y. / Sysco

Anyone know ?!?!

~ Anne ~

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I'm alive; I still work at Sysco except 2000 miles away in another state

Update: I have been grossing between 3000-4500$/wk at US foods for the last few months

US foods is so much better than Sysco

Posted:  5 months ago

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Website ranks carriers by driver pay - Sysco at the top

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Sysco is much more physical than the other jobs and the speed you unload directly affects your pay. Unloading 300 cases into 1 stop you're able to earn a higher wage because you're not wasting time touching other stops cases trying to find cases coming off right now

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I thought Sysco was hourly, in which case the speed you unload affects your pay, but in the opposite direction you're thinking of. I'm hourly, and make more on a three stop run than a single drop, simply because it takes me longer. It's honestly my biggest gripe working an hourly job, the guys milking it make more than the hustlers.

I could be wrong about their pay structure though, where's our Sysco guy?

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Yeah, where IS Yuuyo Y. btw???

He stopped back after he got furloughed, then... blip. Crickets. Somebody else worked for them for awhile, years ago...Heavy C, I think.

Yuuyo Y. / Sysco

Anyone know ?!?!

~ Anne ~

I'm alive; I still work at Sysco except 2000 miles away in another state

Posted:  11 months ago

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Realistic First-Year Salary

For my first year local it was about $81,000

I wouldn't recommend learning how to drive at this company though like I did.

Posted:  11 months, 2 weeks ago

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Hows the freight?

The loads may have slowed down in certain niche markets such as Food Service (Sysco) but in general the industry is thriving. One thing hasn't changed though. You need to be performing to get the good loads. Plenty of work out there, and I don't see it changing any time soon.

Oh man no they haven't from the driver's perspective. More stops, more cases, less routes. If you are working you're getting near 70.

Posted:  12 months ago

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Walmart Truckers Score $100 Million Lost Wages Victory In Court

Sorry, I'm already in a union

Posted:  1 year ago

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8 Hour Rule Change

I never have to DOT break again if I don't want to since it's guaranteed at least ONE of my stops for the day will take at least 30 minutes.

Now I can sit for a whole hour when my route is done if I want.

That's a great change for us to give some flexibility. The rule changed to a 30 min break after 8 hours of actual DRIVE time, vs. 8 hours of the 14 hour clock.

Nothing changed with the 14 hour clock as far as I know.

iirc it changed where onduty satisfies the break.

Posted:  1 year, 1 month ago

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New HOS rules being implemented next week: Can someone, anyone explain it in simple terms?

What I like most is the 30 minute break being satisfied "ON DUTY". You're able to satisfy your break now while fueling or for flatbedders strapping and tapping. Once you're with a trainer and see how the hours count down and come back on your ELD you'll understand it much better.

This is my favourite part for obvious reasons

Posted:  1 year, 1 month ago

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CDL Local Jobs

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He's saying Sysco has locations all over the country. In the 2 years he's been there he has run the risk of running out of hours twice. When you're local and you run out of hours, you get laid over in a hotel for your 10 hour break.

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Are you busting your ass as much with the last set of jobs FedEx, UPS, XPO, Estes, R&L?

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There are always good days and bad days, like anywhere else. These jobs are based on seniority and you're likely to be working nights to start, especially in an area like Boston.

Oh, I've ran out of hours on my 14 before - in that case they had someone come from the terminal to drive me and the truck back (Call beforehand at the 12.5-13 hour mark or so to see what they want to do). The two situations were not being able to make it back on my 16 hour exemption and being stuck like 50 miles away.

Posted:  1 year, 1 month ago

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CDL Local Jobs

I work for Sysco; they're everywhere. In 2 years there have been potentially TWO days I would not have been home that night.

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