2 story car trailer, Lead (Former Employee) – Hutchinson, KS – 4 September 2016
auto transport was a ok job.i started out as a "tail driver".Basically i drove a vehicle behind the semi trailer and made sure the load was secure and trailer functional. the tail car was usually another car to be transported that would not fit on the trailer.seasonal so in winter months i would not drive the denver/golden/Aurora Colorado routes.i was promoted to team leader where i had 6 other drivers that i managed with this company.
long hours.away from home for lengthy periods of time, seasonal, pay
Car Hauler (Former Employee) – West Seneca, NY – 13 April 2016
Positive place to work, close nit family like atmosphere, very dependable equipment to operate. Mechanics and Tech made sure all equipment is up and running, all form and documents are current. No lag or unnecessary hitch time always work for the drivers. Senior drivers are always willing to show proper and safe way to load and unload a vehicle. safety is always at the forefront.
Nationwide Auto Hauler/no long hair or pot bellied (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – 17 December 2015
During an interview I would be happy to supply any information regarding my current job. It was basically get your paperwork from Dispatch, figure out your load/s along with your route. Safety was first priority. You were yearly checked for your physical, and always up to date with your CDL license. Basically you load, drive, arrive, unload (could be more than one location which most times it was). When drive time was over clock wise it was downtime to eat/sleep. Then the same process started all over again .. contact Dispatch! Log keeping was very important, as well as knowing state laws. Weight distribution and height level was always a concern. Each state has different laws and you need to keep abreast of them.
They are a great bunch of people in management.
You can't make money being on the road like the past.