15 Comments

  1. Jimmy Lowery

    Do you have a rider policy

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    • Jacob Brakes

      Hey Jimmy, the rider has to be an adult or a biological child over 10 years of age. Also, insurance has to be taken out on the rider. Give them a call at 706-673-1337 to learn the details.

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  2. Anonymous

    work schedule

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  3. Tom

    What do most of the trucks have…APU or EPU? or Neither?

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    • Jacob Brakes

      Most of the trucks that they are rolling in (maybe 2015 and above) have APU’s.

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      • Greg

        Do the drivers pick their own routes and fuel stops with in the network? Or are they told routes and stops?

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        • Jacob Brakes

          Hey Greg, they do provide required fuel routes through the DriverTech inside the truck. Usually Loves or Flying J’s.

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  4. tammy

    Do you have passenger program for teams?

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    • Jacob Brakes

      Hey there Tammy, they have MAX MATCH to make it easy to find a teammate if that is what you are looking for.
      You can find that here: http://www.usxjobs.com/team-match/

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  5. TERRY A BATES

    how long are the solo otr drivers out at a time

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    • Jacob Brakes

      It does vary, but on average you would stay out between 2-3 weeks at a time.

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  6. luis santana

    Hello Sir
    Just want to know went the Nikola One truck will be available on the Leasing program.

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    • Jacob Brakes

      It will be 4 to 5 years before they are road ready enough to test drive. So getting them in mass production and ready to lease will be some time after that.

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  7. Stanley

    If solo do you have take home truck? How long are you out with trainer if you have CDL?

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    • U.S. Xpress

      As a Solo Driver you to leave the Tractor at your terminal and then make your way home from there. 175 behind the wheel hours training for most students.

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