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Sandra Miller
about 1 year ago
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To whom it may concern

Just to give you a little more information I been in the trucking industry for 40 years In every aspect in the business.

Thank you for your time. Sandra Miller

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DAMON COBBS
5 months ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #Randbtrucking as a #Trucking ...

It's a real good company to work for

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Anita A. Taylor
almost 5 years ago
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Broomfield Workforce Career Fair - Broomfield, CO (10/13)

Hiring Manufacturing, Trucking, & Warehouse positions at the Broomfield Workforce Center Career Fair at 6650 W 120th Ave., Unit A-1, from 9am-12pm, Tues (10/13). Attending Companies include: Aerotek - http://bit.ly/1MkS2L6 Carefree of Colorado - http://bit.ly/1LbdQVb Elwood Staffing - http://bit.ly/1Ry9mMQ May Trucking - http://bit.ly/1VJELSk For more information, visit www.broomfieldworkforce.org, email kfalls@broomfield.org or call 303-464-5894

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Darrel Voyles
over 4 years ago
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Looking for a real South East Regional trucking career .10 years clean record

Looking for a regional or local job in Southern Region I live in South Carolina I have been with companies that say we have openings till I get there...I have a clean 10 year driving record 10 yrs exp. Thank You, Darrel
Email is naturalwire01@aol.com for your offers Thank You

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Wendy Devereaux
almost 3 years ago
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#LARSENTRUCKING #HIRINGTRUCKERS

Larsen Trucking is a family owned and operated company out of western Michigan. We are seeking professional drivers with a CDL-A for over the road positions. Larsen Trucking only operates in the lower 48, no Canada or Mexico.

Most drivers are home on a weekly basis. The longest a driver is out is 10-14 days depending on length of line haul for legal operation (additional time off for longer trips).

Larsen Trucking does mostly dry van freight with 53 foot dry van and step van trailers. Now beginning to transport livestock with 53 foot livestock trailers.

Our trucks are all equipped with an APU providing heat, A/C and 110 volt outlets in the cab. All trucks are assigned to the driver (No Slip Seating).

On average our drivers earn between $60,000 and $72,000 per year. All drivers are paid using PC Miler Practical miles. Rate per mile is dependent on your experience level, safety rating, and your driving record.

Benefits include health and dental insurance which is available the first of the month following 30 days of employment. Company paid life insurance and paid vacations.

Application requirements: 1.) Must have a commercial driver’s license with a Class A endorsement 2.) Minimum of 6 months experience , or CDL driving school plus 3 months OTR experience 3.) Less than 3 violations on your MVR within the last 36 months 4.) Be able to pass DOT physical and pre-employment drug testing 5.) New entry level driver training program – now open to recent driving school graduates

Come where you are respected and treated like a person, not just a number.

For further information please contact our safety department: John Robinson Larsen Trucking Inc. 5688 South Vining Road Greenville, MI 48838 Phone # 616-754-4925 ext. 255 or 800-350-3010

Stop on in for an application or have one mailed to you. You can also apply online at: https://intelliapp.driverapponline.com/c/larsentrucking?uri_b=ia_larsentrucking_227717961

Compensation: Mileage based pay, detention, layover, other premium pay packages and paid vacations.

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Mark Staite
over 1 year ago
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Live Q&A Option

Each week I host a Live Stream Q&A over on Facebook. Discussion is mostly about helping new drivers enter the industry. We also help newer drivers learn more about their job and how to do it better and safer. Feel free to join every Sunday at 6pm cst at www.TheRookieRoom.com

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Richard Armstrong
over 1 year ago
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Have a good one

Hoping all the truckers here have a great and safe weekend. Can't believe the holiday is almost here. Anyone home for it?

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Mia Bernard
about 1 year ago
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He told me I was a bad mother!!

I had a MD state trooper tell me at 2am last Wednesday that it was illegal for my child to be in the sleeper. I told him that was NOT true at all! I work as a team and my co-driver was sleeping. You have to have one if your kid is under a certain age, usually 5 but depends on the company. He tried to lecture me about being a good mother and I ALMOST lost it right there. My son is VERY well cared for, safe and loved. He ran my license then comes back and tells me to have a good one. No ticket, so I guess he knew he was wrong.

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Wesley Oden
10 months ago
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Why must my family suffer cause of others greed!!!

I dont know about all you other truckers out there but, seriously I can not find a Job where my employer isnt smothered in greed, what I'm speaking of is ya get hired by a reputable company in your area, mostly day cab stuff where ya home at night, and they show ya there pretty incentives program to keep ya inspections up and say that those who take good care of our equipment we notice this and you'll see that you'll go far in our company and so on and so forth, so ya work for em for 2 ta 3 weeks and suddenly ya fired cause your not making enough loads, WHAT?????? Ya dosnt matter that every single truck ya drove had to be put in the shop for multiple DOT violations before ya could start ya day, like broken leaf springs fifth wheel plate on trailer separating from trailer, flat tires, broken air bag control arms exc. I can keep going for days. But ya loads are also spaced out unlike everyone else's so there 8 ta 10 loads a day makes your 4 ta 5 loads a day look like crap work and they even gripe you out for putting so many teucks in the shop every morning before ya drive off. Ya think ya doing spectacular and still ya get fired WHY/WHY/WHY/WHY/WHY...........??????????????? GREED AND COORCMENT........&#^÷;@(◇¥☆♤○¡••¿》《《▪︎《▪︎》○¡•☆¡¡☆¡☆♤ pardon my french but I'm tired of it man I should not have ta choose between driving a piece of junk and risk getting my MVR damaged and keeping my job, or doing what's right and being fired for it. I been driving for 7 years now iv hauled heavy equipment in one the most busiest cities in the country for almost 2 years straight and I have a spotless MVR but yet my family does with out and I cant keep a job, oh hes a nit picker you dont want him. If I had the money I would start my own business and do this crap the right way but screw it man I'll never get to that lvl ok anyway have a safe day, and good luck. Wesley Oden

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Mia Bernard
about 1 year ago
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He flipped out on me

My truck broke down last week and the supervisor shows up and tells me it’s MY fault because I did not do a good enough pre-trip. What happened was my other idiot supervisor strapped down a tire onto the catwalk and the strap broke, wrapped around my driveline and then tore up all my airlines. I told her it wasn’t me that did that. She then FLIPS out on me gets in my face and says that she doesn't need my attitude WHAT?!!!. The whole time I tried to get her to calm down but she wouldn’t. Guess I made her look bad. I told my boss about it and basically he said that I might be fired because I screamed at her and refused to listen. I did NOT scream. What the hell am I going to do now? Can he actually fire me over something that was not my fault??! Help!!!!

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