Pay From Companies?

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G-Town's Comment
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What’s your gross year to date revenue solo. I’m jealous

RD...you I think you missed part of my point. Ask him that question after 12, or better yet 18 months.

If $1800 per week is indeed his average weekly comp., than his YTD gross as a solo, first seat driver after 4 months is likely around 30k.

G-Town's Comment
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One other set of data points here...

At $1800 per week; $7800 per month, Solo will gross around 80k by the end of 2019, not 90 or 100. We are in June, he started in March. He will have 10 months experience by December 31st. Averaging $7800 per month.

Like I said...reality check. Temper the information he is laying on you guys with basic math.

80k for a rookie driver is fantastic, great job...not going to take that away from him and I’m sure he will earn every penny if it.

Bird-one's Comment
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I fully understand and respect all of points G-Town. I'm just saying 80k is alot of money to be reaching. Turtle his rookie if I remember right was 55k right? So Solo is going to make 30k more? And without even being an issue. Unless TMC is absolutely killing it in their pay scale verses other companies im just alittle skeptical is all. As you have been.

G-Town's Comment
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I fully understand and respect all of points G-Town. I'm just saying 80k is alot of money to be reaching. Turtle his rookie if I remember right was 55k right? So Solo is going to make 30k more? And without even being an issue. Unless TMC is absolutely killing it in their pay scale verses other companies im just alittle skeptical is all. As you have been.

It is. He is paid differently than Turtle is. Load% pay is high right now...

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