Top News: Trucking companies competing with new companies. Older companies find themselves competing with the new companies because that newer companies pay their drivers with cash checks, and they are avoiding paying taxes. View
Top News: Trucking companies competing with new companies. Older companies find themselves competing with the new companies because that newer companies pay their drivers with cash checks, and they are avoiding paying taxes.
According to the BLSt, most trucking companies pay drivers between $0.27 to 0.40 cents per mile. You may find some companies paying more because of the high demand for Class A licensed Truck Drivers due to the ongoing truck driver shortage.
Lastest news: Since the amount of freight is predicted to grow, the trucking industry will need to hire more drivers to meet demand. Currently, the trucking industry has a shortage of drivers and if this trend continues, the trucking industry could be short as much as 105,000 drivers by 2023.
New Truckers: Although you might not be able to make $100,000/year off the bat, but given the truck driver demand, and with experience, specialization, CDL training, and the right company, you can make 80.000+ on a trucker salary. That’s why Transport Financial Services is a company that will help you every step of the way when you become a…[Read more]
Truckload markets still search for stability:
The country is slowly emerging from the pandemic, with the U.S. averaging 2.5 million vaccine doses a day. That hasn’t yet led to more stable truckload markets, however, and several factors could keep capacity tight for the next few months, according to the latest Signal Report from DAT iQ.
Trending News: Most drivers making the same or less than they did last year.
When the American Transportation Re4search Institute released its report on the Critical Issues in The
Trucking Industry for 2020, driver compensationrankd second out of top 10 issuesoverall.
Today’s Survey: Money leading issue for drivers in many ways.
When American Transportation Research Institute announced the finding of its most recent survey od critical issues inthe trucking industry last October.
News: Is there light at the end of the tunnel for shippers?
It’s no secret that truckload rates have been hot, and prices are still exceptionally high. But for shippers, there are signs that some of that pressure is releasing, according to recent released Pulse Signal Report for November.
Important News: How to help truckers in need on Giving Tuesday.
First came Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving when brave folks got in line in the wee hours of the morning waiting to make a mad dash for bargains at the retailers of their choice. Two days of high octane consumerism helped spawn Giving Tuesday, which created…[Read more]
Worthy news; 18 carriers recognized for their safety records.
The Truckload Carriers Association and Great West Casualty Company named 18 division winners in the 45 Annual TCA Fleet Safety Awards competition. The top three companies were.
First Place: Diamond Transpotation Systems Inc.
Second Place: Spring Creek Carriers Inc.
Third place: FTC…[Read more]
Latest News: Group helping truckers raises most money ever:
An organization of truckers that helps other professional driver’s families in need has set a fund-raising record and is looking for even more folks to help.
TA, Mobil Delvac aid families of disabled veterans.
TravelCenters of America and Mobil Delvac, maker of heavy-duty diesel engines oil, to donate $50.000 to Folds of Honor, an organization providing educational scholarships to the spouses and children of America fallen and disabled service members.
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