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20 hrs ago

CDL-A Truck Driver - Dedicated Runs – new

Marten Transportation Lowell, IN +47 locations

Our dedicated truck driving opportunities are open to drivers at least 22 years old with a current CDL-A, at least 1 year of recent OTR experience… Jobg8

30+ days ago

Class A CDL Regional and OTR Company Truck Driver

Marten Transportation Hammond, IN +3 locations

To drive with Marten Transport you must have a current CDL-A, be at least 22 years old and have a minimum of 6 months recent OTR experience… LinkUp

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28 Ratings

    Ridiculously unprofessional

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    Current Employee - OTR Regional Driver
    Current Employee - OTR Regional Driver

    I have been working at Marten Transport


    The yard is reasonably close to my house. Oh, and once in a blue moon, let's say one week out of four, I actually get a decent paycheck.


    Where do I start?
    1. I am constantly picking up trailers that other drivers have dropped with defects and needed repairs. they are the ones who are supposed to take those trailers to get them fixed. Almost weekly I am the one stuck taking it in to be repaired, wasting my drive time and not able to get good mileage.
    2. When I finally take home time, I almost always have a list of repairs that need to be made on my truck. On several occasions I came back to find that some, if not all, repairs still had to be done. Not only am I not out on the road making any money, I am expected to sleep in the truck at the yard instead of being with my family or being put up in a hotel.
    3. Customer service and or/dispatch scheduling loads to be delivered way after the time it takes me to get to the location, so I am stuck sitting around waiting for anywhere from 12 to 24 hours to make a delivery. Again, not making any money.

    Are you starting to see a familiar theme here? It is difficult enough being on the road for weeks at a time, away from family and other responsibilities. To have a poor pay check to show for it?

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get qualified people in your repair shops, in dispatching and customer service positions so your drivers are properly taken care of and are able to do their jobs efficiently. Have better after hour services. Your drivers getting products to your customers in a timely and safe manner is your bread and butter.

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