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new to posting got my permit so i dont have to sign a contract. ill prob go to roadmasters since its the only school close to home so i can work. been looking at companys to hire on at need to find one so i can move to tn. just looking for a direction & general info anything is helpful thanks
 

hurgoll

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new to posting got my permit so i dont have to sign a contract. ill prob go to roadmasters since its the only school close to home so i can work. been looking at companys to hire on at need to find one so i can move to tn. just looking for a direction & general info anything is helpful thanks

Where are you at in location? Do you want OTR or Local?
 
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i live in fla spring hill . i would like reginal home weekends or out 14 days maybe im looking for a company that i could go long term i like to stay in one spot we are planning on moving to tn just north of coloumbia tn. im done with construction i have wanted to drive since i was a kid growing up in michigan all my friends dads drove so its not a whim
 

Bonkers

Active Member
Welcome to the forum. You shouldn't have too much trouble getting inot a regional job, or a job that has you out for 14 days. Much of the industry has begun gearing their jobs toward this anyway to help improve driver retention.
 

LadyD

Active Member
Before you consider flatbed, think long and hard about what you are getting into. Be prepared to work in the weather elements, be prepared to wrestle with dirty/heavy tarps. It's not for me, but then again, I can barely lift one of those tarps, much less wrestle one open in freezing weather. Might be something you like though, and I do think companies pay for tarping loads and such.

Otherwise, I would have to look toward Schneider if I was just starting out.
 

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