Looks Like Dutch Maid Logistics 3/2 Or 3/9 Works!

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Anne A. (G13MomCat)'s Comment
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The Wiers family are good people, Marc. Tom (hubby) and his family have known them for years. They started Dutch Maid in the late '70's with a few trucks, and have around 200 power units nowadays; trailers all reefer.

They are right up the road from us; 224 (main thoroughfare, out here in the country, haha!) in Willard, Ohio. Not sure who they run for anymore, customer wise, though. Some of their units are not the newest, per se, so....PRETRIP and POSTTRIP for sure. From what we know, good people, good company however! (Say hello to Luis for me, if he's still there!) << Trainer or T/C if you will.

Also; they are right around the corner from PAM and Decker.

Hope this works well for you, Marc. Elaborate how you came across this opportunity; wouldja?!?!? ;)

Best wishes, for sure~!!!

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Reefer:

A refrigerated trailer.

Bobcat_Bob's Comment
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Congratulations sir! I hope got works out this time.

Does this mean no French Maid outfit?

Marc Lee's Comment
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The Wiers family are good people, Marc. Tom (hubby) and his family have known them for years. They started Dutch Maid in the late '70's with a few trucks, and have around 200 power units nowadays; trailers all reefer.

They are right up the road from us; 224 (main thoroughfare, out here in the country, haha!) in Willard, Ohio. Not sure who they run for anymore, customer wise, though. Some of their units are not the newest, per se, so....PRETRIP and POSTTRIP for sure. From what we know, good people, good company however! (Say hello to Luis for me, if he's still there!) << Trainer or T/C if you will.

Also; they are right around the corner from PAM and Decker.

Hope this works well for you, Marc. Elaborate how you came across this opportunity; wouldja?!?!? ;)

Best wishes, for sure~!!!

Annie good-luck-2.gif

thank-you.gif Annie! Great info.!

Reefer:

A refrigerated trailer.

Marc Lee's Comment
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Congratulations sir! I hope got works out this time.

Does this mean no French Maid outfit?

Dutch Maid, maybe...

Still doubtful!

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Marc Lee's Comment
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Congratulations Marc.

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AND I'm offering a little friendly competition wager. I plan to start Prime on March 23.

The first person to make 100,000 miles, solo driving, buys the other one dinner!

You've a big head start already with having been accepted by a company. AND you've only got 200 hours of training. I haven't even been accepted, and even if I do, I got PSD and then 50,000 miles of TNT.

Are you game?

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Heck yes! But shouldn't we make that "safe" solo miles?

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PSD:

Prime Student Driver

Prime Inc has a CDL training program and the first phase is referred to as PSD. You'll get your permit and then 10,000 miles of on the road instruction.

The following is from Prime's website:

Prime’s PSD begins with you obtaining your CDL permit. Then you’ll go on the road with a certified CDL instructor for no less than 75 hours of one-on-one behind the wheel training. After training, you’ll return to Prime’s corporate headquarters in Springfield, Missouri, for final CDL state testing and your CDL license.

Obtain CDL Permit / 4 Days

  • Enter program, study and test for Missouri CDL permit.
  • Start driving/training at Prime Training Center in Springfield, Missouri.
  • Work toward 40,000 training dispatched miles (minimum) with food allowance while without CDL (Food allowance is paid back with future earnings).

On-the-Road Instruction / 10,000 Miles

  • Train with experienced certified CDL instructor for 3-4 weeks in a real world environment.
  • Get 75 hours of behind-the-wheel time with one-on-one student/instructor ratio.
  • Earn 10,000 miles toward total 40,000 miles needed.

TNT:

Trainer-N-Trainee

Prime Inc has their own CDL training program and it's divided into two phases - PSD and TNT.

The PSD (Prime Student Driver) phase is where you'll get your permit and then go on the road for 10,000 miles with a trainer. When you come back you'll get your CDL license and enter the TNT phase.

The TNT phase is the second phase of training where you'll go on the road with an experienced driver for 30,000 miles of team driving. You'll receive 14¢ per mile ($700 per week guaranteed) during this phase. Once you're finished with TNT training you will be assigned a truck to run solo.

Marc Lee's Comment
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Congratulations Marc.

smile.gif

AND I'm offering a little friendly competition wager. I plan to start Prime on March 23.

The first person to make 100,000 miles, solo driving, buys the other one dinner!

You've a big head start already with having been accepted by a company. AND you've only got 200 hours of training. I haven't even been accepted, and even if I do, I got PSD and then 50,000 miles of TNT.

Are you game?

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You two get 100K combined, and dinner for us is on me.

Make it happen!

Even better! (Still think "safe" qualifier makes sense). Just need to know how that is defined!

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PSD:

Prime Student Driver

Prime Inc has a CDL training program and the first phase is referred to as PSD. You'll get your permit and then 10,000 miles of on the road instruction.

The following is from Prime's website:

Prime’s PSD begins with you obtaining your CDL permit. Then you’ll go on the road with a certified CDL instructor for no less than 75 hours of one-on-one behind the wheel training. After training, you’ll return to Prime’s corporate headquarters in Springfield, Missouri, for final CDL state testing and your CDL license.

Obtain CDL Permit / 4 Days

  • Enter program, study and test for Missouri CDL permit.
  • Start driving/training at Prime Training Center in Springfield, Missouri.
  • Work toward 40,000 training dispatched miles (minimum) with food allowance while without CDL (Food allowance is paid back with future earnings).

On-the-Road Instruction / 10,000 Miles

  • Train with experienced certified CDL instructor for 3-4 weeks in a real world environment.
  • Get 75 hours of behind-the-wheel time with one-on-one student/instructor ratio.
  • Earn 10,000 miles toward total 40,000 miles needed.

TNT:

Trainer-N-Trainee

Prime Inc has their own CDL training program and it's divided into two phases - PSD and TNT.

The PSD (Prime Student Driver) phase is where you'll get your permit and then go on the road for 10,000 miles with a trainer. When you come back you'll get your CDL license and enter the TNT phase.

The TNT phase is the second phase of training where you'll go on the road with an experienced driver for 30,000 miles of team driving. You'll receive 14¢ per mile ($700 per week guaranteed) during this phase. Once you're finished with TNT training you will be assigned a truck to run solo.

Turtle Protege (formerly 's Comment
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Congratulations Marc.

smile.gif

AND I'm offering a little friendly competition wager. I plan to start Prime on March 23.

The first person to make 100,000 miles, solo driving, buys the other one dinner!

You've a big head start already with having been accepted by a company. AND you've only got 200 hours of training. I haven't even been accepted, and even if I do, I got PSD and then 50,000 miles of TNT.

Are you game?

good-luck-2.gif

double-quotes-end.png

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You two get 100K combined, and dinner for us is on me.

Make it happen!

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Even better! (Still think "safe" qualifier makes sense). Just need to know how that is defined!

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"Safe" miles sounds good, meaning no preventable accidents/incidents. In other words, nothing on our DACs.

And since Packrat is going to buy us dinner if we get 100,000 combined "safe" miles, why don't we make our wager a little more fun.

The loser has to take a picture in a French Maid's outfit and use it as their avatar for a week!

And remember, I'm the one behind the power curve here.

DAC:

Drive-A-Check Report

A truck drivers DAC report will contain detailed information about their job history of the last 10 years as a CDL driver (as required by the DOT).

It may also contain your criminal history, drug test results, DOT infractions and accident history. The program is strictly voluntary from a company standpoint, but most of the medium-to-large carriers will participate.

Most trucking companies use DAC reports as part of their hiring and background check process. It is extremely important that drivers verify that the information contained in it is correct, and have it fixed if it's not.

PSD:

Prime Student Driver

Prime Inc has a CDL training program and the first phase is referred to as PSD. You'll get your permit and then 10,000 miles of on the road instruction.

The following is from Prime's website:

Prime’s PSD begins with you obtaining your CDL permit. Then you’ll go on the road with a certified CDL instructor for no less than 75 hours of one-on-one behind the wheel training. After training, you’ll return to Prime’s corporate headquarters in Springfield, Missouri, for final CDL state testing and your CDL license.

Obtain CDL Permit / 4 Days

  • Enter program, study and test for Missouri CDL permit.
  • Start driving/training at Prime Training Center in Springfield, Missouri.
  • Work toward 40,000 training dispatched miles (minimum) with food allowance while without CDL (Food allowance is paid back with future earnings).

On-the-Road Instruction / 10,000 Miles

  • Train with experienced certified CDL instructor for 3-4 weeks in a real world environment.
  • Get 75 hours of behind-the-wheel time with one-on-one student/instructor ratio.
  • Earn 10,000 miles toward total 40,000 miles needed.

TNT:

Trainer-N-Trainee

Prime Inc has their own CDL training program and it's divided into two phases - PSD and TNT.

The PSD (Prime Student Driver) phase is where you'll get your permit and then go on the road for 10,000 miles with a trainer. When you come back you'll get your CDL license and enter the TNT phase.

The TNT phase is the second phase of training where you'll go on the road with an experienced driver for 30,000 miles of team driving. You'll receive 14¢ per mile ($700 per week guaranteed) during this phase. Once you're finished with TNT training you will be assigned a truck to run solo.

SRJ's Comment
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SRJ's Comment
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This going to be awesome.

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Adam J.'s Comment
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Oh my.....only one week though ? I think the pic should be the profile for at least a month. :)

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