1 Year Anniversary With Schneider On Dollar General Account

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Larry T.'s Comment
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Pretty satisfying getting to the one year mark. Had my annual Schneider review road drive last week.

A couple days ago I was at the Dollar General in Peru, Illinois. I was on route 6 coming to Peoria Street. Super tight right turn. I set up with a massive buttonhook or was it a jug handle? lol. Once I began coming around I notice the NO TRUCKS sign and the left lane was full of cars. You would need to get close to the curb in the oncoming left lane to make it so I bailed. Took a side street and had 3 super tight right turns but I made it without curbing.

30 mins into my unload I notice a cop car in front of my truck about 20 feet. He was there for over 20 mins. Kind of baffled me. I go to the right side to grab a u-boat and notice there were 2 cop cars behind a DG trailer. A few minutes later the manager comes out for a smoke and tells me that's my fresh truck. He was ****ed last night and refused to front door deliver and went back to DC. He just came back and took out the stoplight at route 6 and Peoria Street. Both of his outer right side tandem tires and rims were destroyed.

Goes to show how being angry and rushing to make up lost time can bite you in the ass in a heartbeat no matter what type of job you do with a semi.

Baffle:

A partition or separator within a liquid tank, used to inhibit the flow of fluids within the tank. During acceleration, turning, and braking, a large liquid-filled tank may produce unexpected forces on the vehicle due to the inertia of liquids.

Tandem:

Tandem Axles

A set of axles spaced close together, legally defined as more than 40 and less than 96 inches apart by the USDOT. Drivers tend to refer to the tandem axles on their trailer as just "tandems". You might hear a driver say, "I'm 400 pounds overweight on my tandems", referring to his trailer tandems, not his tractor tandems. Tractor tandems are generally just referred to as "drives" which is short for "drive axles".

Pete B.'s Comment
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Happy to hear you made it to the one-year mark on that count. Congratulations for that! I wonder what the attrition rate is on the DG account… from what I read it’s pretty brutal. Anyways, keep up the good work!

BK's Comment
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Larry, congratulations and much respect to you for attaining such a difficult milestone. dancing-dog.gif

Anne A. (and sometimes To's Comment
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Pretty satisfying getting to the one year mark. Had my annual Schneider review road drive last week.

A couple days ago I was at the Dollar General in Peru, Illinois. I was on route 6 coming to Peoria Street. Super tight right turn. I set up with a massive buttonhook or was it a jug handle? lol. Once I began coming around I notice the NO TRUCKS sign and the left lane was full of cars. You would need to get close to the curb in the oncoming left lane to make it so I bailed. Took a side street and had 3 super tight right turns but I made it without curbing.

30 mins into my unload I notice a cop car in front of my truck about 20 feet. He was there for over 20 mins. Kind of baffled me. I go to the right side to grab a u-boat and notice there were 2 cop cars behind a DG trailer. A few minutes later the manager comes out for a smoke and tells me that's my fresh truck. He was ****ed last night and refused to front door deliver and went back to DC. He just came back and took out the stoplight at route 6 and Peoria Street. Both of his outer right side tandem tires and rims were destroyed.

Goes to show how being angry and rushing to make up lost time can bite you in the ass in a heartbeat no matter what type of job you do with a semi.

Oh, WOW, Larry! Must've been quite a shocker, with all the Five'0 around, and seeing your 'fresh foods' guy surrounded, haha! Is he still employed with SNI? Wonder what HIS logbooks looked like over that, too!

You've made it to and thru a milestone, good sir. I really thought Papa Pig would be the ONLY one to maintain that title in TT; I think he actually surpassed it, actually. Then, he went to TRAINING students .. at a facility! See, if you can pull off a year or more with THAT type of job, you're golden...it seems!

Congrats, man. That's remarkable, for sure.

Keep on keeping on, then!

~ Anne~

Logbook:

A written or electronic record of a driver's duty status which must be maintained at all times. The driver records the amount of time spent driving, on-duty not driving, in the sleeper berth, or off duty. The enforcement of the Hours Of Service Rules (HOS) are based upon the entries put in a driver's logbook.

Baffle:

A partition or separator within a liquid tank, used to inhibit the flow of fluids within the tank. During acceleration, turning, and braking, a large liquid-filled tank may produce unexpected forces on the vehicle due to the inertia of liquids.

Tandem:

Tandem Axles

A set of axles spaced close together, legally defined as more than 40 and less than 96 inches apart by the USDOT. Drivers tend to refer to the tandem axles on their trailer as just "tandems". You might hear a driver say, "I'm 400 pounds overweight on my tandems", referring to his trailer tandems, not his tractor tandems. Tractor tandems are generally just referred to as "drives" which is short for "drive axles".

Daniel R.'s Comment
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How have you liked Schneider so far? Are they good with home time and getting repairs done?

I talked with a recruiter and they said they have a dedicated driver opening for me. It consists of out for 3 weeks at a time and home 3 days with the option of staying out more weeks with 1 day off per week. I asked him if I could get 7 days off in a row if I stayed out 7 weeks and he said sure you will have to talk to your dispatcher about that. That doesn't inspire much confidence because one of my biggest requirements is have a week off at a time so I can travel the world. Only Roehl that I know of has 7 days off in a row.

The dedicated option consists of me pulling a dry van , reefer and flat bed whatever the company needs at the time.

The pay is 1200 guaranteed per week. After I complete the 3 weeks out he said I get a bonus pay of 250$ and every week after the required 3 weeks out I get another 400$ per week. So $1200 + $250 for the first 3 weeks and $1600 the 4th week, 5th week etc...if my math is correct I'll have about 8k before taxes after 7 weeks out. After taxes maybe 6k? That's more than enough for savings, as well as luxury travel for a week.

I'm currently in a seasonal job just making by...

Pretty satisfying getting to the one year mark. Had my annual Schneider review road drive last week.

A couple days ago I was at the Dollar General in Peru, Illinois. I was on route 6 coming to Peoria Street. Super tight right turn. I set up with a massive buttonhook or was it a jug handle? lol. Once I began coming around I notice the NO TRUCKS sign and the left lane was full of cars. You would need to get close to the curb in the oncoming left lane to make it so I bailed. Took a side street and had 3 super tight right turns but I made it without curbing.

30 mins into my unload I notice a cop car in front of my truck about 20 feet. He was there for over 20 mins. Kind of baffled me. I go to the right side to grab a u-boat and notice there were 2 cop cars behind a DG trailer. A few minutes later the manager comes out for a smoke and tells me that's my fresh truck. He was ****ed last night and refused to front door deliver and went back to DC. He just came back and took out the stoplight at route 6 and Peoria Street. Both of his outer right side tandem tires and rims were destroyed.

Goes to show how being angry and rushing to make up lost time can bite you in the ass in a heartbeat no matter what type of job you do with a semi.

Baffle:

A partition or separator within a liquid tank, used to inhibit the flow of fluids within the tank. During acceleration, turning, and braking, a large liquid-filled tank may produce unexpected forces on the vehicle due to the inertia of liquids.

Tandem:

Tandem Axles

A set of axles spaced close together, legally defined as more than 40 and less than 96 inches apart by the USDOT. Drivers tend to refer to the tandem axles on their trailer as just "tandems". You might hear a driver say, "I'm 400 pounds overweight on my tandems", referring to his trailer tandems, not his tractor tandems. Tractor tandems are generally just referred to as "drives" which is short for "drive axles".

Dispatcher:

Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

The primary person a driver communicates with at his/her company. A dispatcher can play many roles, depending on the company's structure. Dispatchers may assign freight, file requests for home time, relay messages between the driver and management, inform customer service of any delays, change appointment times, and report information to the load planners.

Dry Van:

A trailer or truck that that requires no special attention, such as refrigeration, that hauls regular palletted, boxed, or floor-loaded freight. The most common type of trailer in trucking.

Reefer:

A refrigerated trailer.

PackRat's Comment
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Let's do some math here, Daniel R.

If you start at 40 CPM , at 500 miles per day for a 7 day week, that comes to $1400.

If you start at 50 CPM, at 500 miles per day for a 7 day week, that comes to $1750.

You can do more than $1200 if you put your willpower into this. That's less than 35 CPM. After 6 months driving solo, the above numbers should be attainable. Personally, I would rather have a fixed amount of CPM for my driving, not a percentage, or a possible bonus payments gimmick. I like to have the biggest input and control on how large my paychecks are each week.

Lots of companies will allow a week or more off at a time. How? Be a top performer that gets things done, is self sufficient, and is a solution, not a problem. The best drivers get the best perks.

CPM:

Cents Per Mile

Drivers are often paid by the mile and it's given in cents per mile, or cpm.

Anne A. (and sometimes To's Comment
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How have you liked Schneider so far? Are they good with home time and getting repairs done?

I talked with a recruiter and they said they have a dedicated driver opening for me. It consists of out for 3 weeks at a time and home 3 days with the option of staying out more weeks with 1 day off per week. I asked him if I could get 7 days off in a row if I stayed out 7 weeks and he said sure you will have to talk to your dispatcher about that. That doesn't inspire much confidence because one of my biggest requirements is have a week off at a time so I can travel the world. Only Roehl that I know of has 7 days off in a row.

The dedicated option consists of me pulling a dry van , reefer and flat bed whatever the company needs at the time.

The pay is 1200 guaranteed per week. After I complete the 3 weeks out he said I get a bonus pay of 250$ and every week after the required 3 weeks out I get another 400$ per week. So $1200 + $250 for the first 3 weeks and $1600 the 4th week, 5th week etc...if my math is correct I'll have about 8k before taxes after 7 weeks out. After taxes maybe 6k? That's more than enough for savings, as well as luxury travel for a week.

I'm currently in a seasonal job just making by...

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Pretty satisfying getting to the one year mark. Had my annual Schneider review road drive last week.

A couple days ago I was at the Dollar General in Peru, Illinois. I was on route 6 coming to Peoria Street. Super tight right turn. I set up with a massive buttonhook or was it a jug handle? lol. Once I began coming around I notice the NO TRUCKS sign and the left lane was full of cars. You would need to get close to the curb in the oncoming left lane to make it so I bailed. Took a side street and had 3 super tight right turns but I made it without curbing.

30 mins into my unload I notice a cop car in front of my truck about 20 feet. He was there for over 20 mins. Kind of baffled me. I go to the right side to grab a u-boat and notice there were 2 cop cars behind a DG trailer. A few minutes later the manager comes out for a smoke and tells me that's my fresh truck. He was ****ed last night and refused to front door deliver and went back to DC. He just came back and took out the stoplight at route 6 and Peoria Street. Both of his outer right side tandem tires and rims were destroyed.

Goes to show how being angry and rushing to make up lost time can bite you in the ass in a heartbeat no matter what type of job you do with a semi.

double-quotes-end.png

How have you liked Schneider so far? Are they good with home time and getting repairs done?

I talked with a recruiter and they said they have a dedicated driver opening for me. It consists of out for 3 weeks at a time and home 3 days with the option of staying out more weeks with 1 day off per week. I asked him if I could get 7 days off in a row if I stayed out 7 weeks and he said sure you will have to talk to your dispatcher about that. That doesn't inspire much confidence because one of my biggest requirements is have a week off at a time so I can travel the world. Only Roehl that I know of has 7 days off in a row.

The dedicated option consists of me pulling a dry van, reefer and flat bed whatever the company needs at the time.

The pay is 1200 guaranteed per week. After I complete the 3 weeks out he said I get a bonus pay of 250$ and every week after the required 3 weeks out I get another 400$ per week. So $1200 + $250 for the first 3 weeks and $1600 the 4th week, 5th week etc...if my math is correct I'll have about 8k before taxes after 7 weeks out. After taxes maybe 6k? That's more than enough for savings, as well as luxury travel for a week.

I'm currently in a seasonal job just making by...

Daniel;

Welcome to TT .... Pack Rat is spot on, of course.

Do you HAVE your CDLA? I know, you are seasonal and just getting by. Hauling asphalt in tanks in Ohio, was seasonal..as well. Do you work for your state's DOT , plowing or something perhaps?

If you'd add your location, at least the state....and a little more of what you are currently doing, I'm sure this forum can steer you in a better direction.

Let us know a bit more, and I'm sure we have MORE opportunities for ya!

~ Anne ~

CDL:

Commercial Driver's License (CDL)

A CDL is required to drive any of the following vehicles:

  • Any combination of vehicles with a gross combined weight rating (GCWR) of 26,001 or more pounds, providing the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of the vehicle being towed is in excess of 10,000 pounds.
  • Any single vehicle with a GVWR of 26,001 or more pounds, or any such vehicle towing another not in excess of 10,000 pounds.
  • Any vehicle, regardless of size, designed to transport 16 or more persons, including the driver.
  • Any vehicle required by federal regulations to be placarded while transporting hazardous materials.

Baffle:

A partition or separator within a liquid tank, used to inhibit the flow of fluids within the tank. During acceleration, turning, and braking, a large liquid-filled tank may produce unexpected forces on the vehicle due to the inertia of liquids.

Tandem:

Tandem Axles

A set of axles spaced close together, legally defined as more than 40 and less than 96 inches apart by the USDOT. Drivers tend to refer to the tandem axles on their trailer as just "tandems". You might hear a driver say, "I'm 400 pounds overweight on my tandems", referring to his trailer tandems, not his tractor tandems. Tractor tandems are generally just referred to as "drives" which is short for "drive axles".

DOT:

Department Of Transportation

A department of the federal executive branch responsible for the national highways and for railroad and airline safety. It also manages Amtrak, the national railroad system, and the Coast Guard.

State and Federal DOT Officers are responsible for commercial vehicle enforcement. "The truck police" you could call them.

Dispatcher:

Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

The primary person a driver communicates with at his/her company. A dispatcher can play many roles, depending on the company's structure. Dispatchers may assign freight, file requests for home time, relay messages between the driver and management, inform customer service of any delays, change appointment times, and report information to the load planners.

Dry Van:

A trailer or truck that that requires no special attention, such as refrigeration, that hauls regular palletted, boxed, or floor-loaded freight. The most common type of trailer in trucking.

Reefer:

A refrigerated trailer.

OWI:

Operating While Intoxicated

Papa Pig's Comment
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Congratulations Larry! I knew you had it in you!

Klutch's Comment
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That is the National Dedicated flex fleet division. It’s not a great option for new drivers because you can be put on any of the companies dedicated accounts and some are difficult and not recommended for new drivers, not to discourage you. I actually transferred as soon as the window opened to VTL because I wanted experience under my belt before working some of those accounts.

And yes the pat is good IF you don’t mind staying out for a while. The daily rate is paid no matter what you are doing… if your not home your getting paid. For instance I was in a hotel for 1.5 weeks due to a breakdown and got paid full rate the entire time. Your also paid for your resets which was a nice perk.

How have you liked Schneider so far? Are they good with home time and getting repairs done?

I talked with a recruiter and they said they have a dedicated driver opening for me. It consists of out for 3 weeks at a time and home 3 days with the option of staying out more weeks with 1 day off per week. I asked him if I could get 7 days off in a row if I stayed out 7 weeks and he said sure you will have to talk to your dispatcher about that. That doesn't inspire much confidence because one of my biggest requirements is have a week off at a time so I can travel the world. Only Roehl that I know of has 7 days off in a row.

The dedicated option consists of me pulling a dry van , reefer and flat bed whatever the company needs at the time.

The pay is 1200 guaranteed per week. After I complete the 3 weeks out he said I get a bonus pay of 250$ and every week after the required 3 weeks out I get another 400$ per week. So $1200 + $250 for the first 3 weeks and $1600 the 4th week, 5th week etc...if my math is correct I'll have about 8k before taxes after 7 weeks out. After taxes maybe 6k? That's more than enough for savings, as well as luxury travel for a week.

I'm currently in a seasonal job just making by...

double-quotes-start.png

Pretty satisfying getting to the one year mark. Had my annual Schneider review road drive last week.

A couple days ago I was at the Dollar General in Peru, Illinois. I was on route 6 coming to Peoria Street. Super tight right turn. I set up with a massive buttonhook or was it a jug handle? lol. Once I began coming around I notice the NO TRUCKS sign and the left lane was full of cars. You would need to get close to the curb in the oncoming left lane to make it so I bailed. Took a side street and had 3 super tight right turns but I made it without curbing.

30 mins into my unload I notice a cop car in front of my truck about 20 feet. He was there for over 20 mins. Kind of baffled me. I go to the right side to grab a u-boat and notice there were 2 cop cars behind a DG trailer. A few minutes later the manager comes out for a smoke and tells me that's my fresh truck. He was ****ed last night and refused to front door deliver and went back to DC. He just came back and took out the stoplight at route 6 and Peoria Street. Both of his outer right side tandem tires and rims were destroyed.

Goes to show how being angry and rushing to make up lost time can bite you in the ass in a heartbeat no matter what type of job you do with a semi.

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Baffle:

A partition or separator within a liquid tank, used to inhibit the flow of fluids within the tank. During acceleration, turning, and braking, a large liquid-filled tank may produce unexpected forces on the vehicle due to the inertia of liquids.

Tandem:

Tandem Axles

A set of axles spaced close together, legally defined as more than 40 and less than 96 inches apart by the USDOT. Drivers tend to refer to the tandem axles on their trailer as just "tandems". You might hear a driver say, "I'm 400 pounds overweight on my tandems", referring to his trailer tandems, not his tractor tandems. Tractor tandems are generally just referred to as "drives" which is short for "drive axles".

Dispatcher:

Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

The primary person a driver communicates with at his/her company. A dispatcher can play many roles, depending on the company's structure. Dispatchers may assign freight, file requests for home time, relay messages between the driver and management, inform customer service of any delays, change appointment times, and report information to the load planners.

Dry Van:

A trailer or truck that that requires no special attention, such as refrigeration, that hauls regular palletted, boxed, or floor-loaded freight. The most common type of trailer in trucking.

Reefer:

A refrigerated trailer.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Anne A. (and sometimes To's Comment
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That is the National Dedicated flex fleet division. It’s not a great option for new drivers because you can be put on any of the companies dedicated accounts and some are difficult and not recommended for new drivers, not to discourage you. I actually transferred as soon as the window opened to VTL because I wanted experience under my belt before working some of those accounts.

And yes the pat is good IF you don’t mind staying out for a while. The daily rate is paid no matter what you are doing… if your not home your getting paid. For instance I was in a hotel for 1.5 weeks due to a breakdown and got paid full rate the entire time. Your also paid for your resets which was a nice perk.

double-quotes-start.png

How have you liked Schneider so far? Are they good with home time and getting repairs done?

I talked with a recruiter and they said they have a dedicated driver opening for me. It consists of out for 3 weeks at a time and home 3 days with the option of staying out more weeks with 1 day off per week. I asked him if I could get 7 days off in a row if I stayed out 7 weeks and he said sure you will have to talk to your dispatcher about that. That doesn't inspire much confidence because one of my biggest requirements is have a week off at a time so I can travel the world. Only Roehl that I know of has 7 days off in a row.

The dedicated option consists of me pulling a dry van , reefer and flat bed whatever the company needs at the time.

The pay is 1200 guaranteed per week. After I complete the 3 weeks out he said I get a bonus pay of 250$ and every week after the required 3 weeks out I get another 400$ per week. So $1200 + $250 for the first 3 weeks and $1600 the 4th week, 5th week etc...if my math is correct I'll have about 8k before taxes after 7 weeks out. After taxes maybe 6k? That's more than enough for savings, as well as luxury travel for a week.

I'm currently in a seasonal job just making by...

double-quotes-start.png

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Pretty satisfying getting to the one year mark. Had my annual Schneider review road drive last week.

A couple days ago I was at the Dollar General in Peru, Illinois. I was on route 6 coming to Peoria Street. Super tight right turn. I set up with a massive buttonhook or was it a jug handle? lol. Once I began coming around I notice the NO TRUCKS sign and the left lane was full of cars. You would need to get close to the curb in the oncoming left lane to make it so I bailed. Took a side street and had 3 super tight right turns but I made it without curbing.

30 mins into my unload I notice a cop car in front of my truck about 20 feet. He was there for over 20 mins. Kind of baffled me. I go to the right side to grab a u-boat and notice there were 2 cop cars behind a DG trailer. A few minutes later the manager comes out for a smoke and tells me that's my fresh truck. He was ****ed last night and refused to front door deliver and went back to DC. He just came back and took out the stoplight at route 6 and Peoria Street. Both of his outer right side tandem tires and rims were destroyed.

Goes to show how being angry and rushing to make up lost time can bite you in the ass in a heartbeat no matter what type of job you do with a semi.

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Thinking Daniel should look at Roehl, if he stops back. They are notorious for their 7/7 and 14/7 fleet(s.) That SNI gig sounds too risky/iffy to count on for a straight 7 days off, then.

~ Anne ~

ps: See, Larry? YOU STARTED this, haha! Just kidding; good-luck.gif

Baffle:

A partition or separator within a liquid tank, used to inhibit the flow of fluids within the tank. During acceleration, turning, and braking, a large liquid-filled tank may produce unexpected forces on the vehicle due to the inertia of liquids.

Tandem:

Tandem Axles

A set of axles spaced close together, legally defined as more than 40 and less than 96 inches apart by the USDOT. Drivers tend to refer to the tandem axles on their trailer as just "tandems". You might hear a driver say, "I'm 400 pounds overweight on my tandems", referring to his trailer tandems, not his tractor tandems. Tractor tandems are generally just referred to as "drives" which is short for "drive axles".

Dispatcher:

Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

The primary person a driver communicates with at his/her company. A dispatcher can play many roles, depending on the company's structure. Dispatchers may assign freight, file requests for home time, relay messages between the driver and management, inform customer service of any delays, change appointment times, and report information to the load planners.

Dry Van:

A trailer or truck that that requires no special attention, such as refrigeration, that hauls regular palletted, boxed, or floor-loaded freight. The most common type of trailer in trucking.

Reefer:

A refrigerated trailer.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
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