Mc Carrier

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Rhino's Comment
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So i have an offer to work for the dairy 2 hours north of vegas. Would basically be hauling from Amargosa to Austin nv and back 5 days a week. Only downfall is it’s only straight mileage pay. No extra pays. And if you break down not being paid. That’s one option I was considering to stay close to home till I got experience. Waiting on one of their trucks to be repaired.

Now there’s this place in Vegas called mc carrier llc. They are a medium sized company I guess Lil over 100 trucks I believe. I talked to them yesterday they said I would have to do 600 hours (aprox 3 months) of training with a mentor. 580 a week during training. Then once solo start between .50-.58 cents a mile. Then I can do otr or dedicated. Now this company has health insurance and stuff unlike dairy. They also have the extra pays like detention and lay over and what not. I am going in next Friday to talk to the recruiter. Was wondering if anyone’s had any info or knowledge of this company? Thanks

OTR:

Over The Road

OTR driving normally means you'll be hauling freight to various customers throughout your company's hauling region. It often entails being gone from home for two to three weeks at a time.

Auggie69's Comment
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So i have an offer to work for the dairy 2 hours north of vegas. Would basically be hauling from Amargosa to Austin nv and back 5 days a week. Only downfall is it’s only straight mileage pay. No extra pays. And if you break down not being paid. That’s one option I was considering to stay close to home till I got experience. Waiting on one of their trucks to be repaired.

Now there’s this place in Vegas called mc carrier llc. They are a medium sized company I guess Lil over 100 trucks I believe. I talked to them yesterday they said I would have to do 600 hours (aprox 3 months) of training with a mentor. 580 a week during training. Then once solo start between .50-.58 cents a mile. Then I can do otr or dedicated. Now this company has health insurance and stuff unlike dairy. They also have the extra pays like detention and lay over and what not. I am going in next Friday to talk to the recruiter. Was wondering if anyone’s had any info or knowledge of this company? Thanks

If the dairy idiots quoted you .50 mile, counter with $1.50 mile. Especially if no insurance. Actually, I'm surprised there are dairies around Vegas.

OTR:

Over The Road

OTR driving normally means you'll be hauling freight to various customers throughout your company's hauling region. It often entails being gone from home for two to three weeks at a time.

Rhino's Comment
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They paying .45 a mile. Unfortunately they wouldn’t negotiate. Ya it’s 2 hours north of Vegas.

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So i have an offer to work for the dairy 2 hours north of vegas. Would basically be hauling from Amargosa to Austin nv and back 5 days a week. Only downfall is it’s only straight mileage pay. No extra pays. And if you break down not being paid. That’s one option I was considering to stay close to home till I got experience. Waiting on one of their trucks to be repaired.

Now there’s this place in Vegas called mc carrier llc. They are a medium sized company I guess Lil over 100 trucks I believe. I talked to them yesterday they said I would have to do 600 hours (aprox 3 months) of training with a mentor. 580 a week during training. Then once solo start between .50-.58 cents a mile. Then I can do otr or dedicated. Now this company has health insurance and stuff unlike dairy. They also have the extra pays like detention and lay over and what not. I am going in next Friday to talk to the recruiter. Was wondering if anyone’s had any info or knowledge of this company? Thanks

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If the dairy idiots quoted you .50 mile, counter with $1.50 mile. Especially if no insurance. Actually, I'm surprised there are dairies around Vegas.

OTR:

Over The Road

OTR driving normally means you'll be hauling freight to various customers throughout your company's hauling region. It often entails being gone from home for two to three weeks at a time.

Bobcat_Bob's Comment
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I was going to ask how it was going, I see you are still a free agent.

Is there any Black Horse, R&L, AAA Cooper locations in Vegas?

Rhino's Comment
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Ya still searching. There is r&l ima apply to they are advertising top pay

I was going to ask how it was going, I see you are still a free agent.

Is there any Black Horse, R&L, AAA Cooper locations in Vegas?

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