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Trump has Ruined Trucking

Nov 13, 2017 at 11:17 AM CST
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Guys, I know most on this site are conservative, but i can't help but thinking Trump has turned his back on us haulers. Fuel is up, rates are down, and now we have to Big Brother government watching us with the ELD's. While we suffer, Trump is off galavanting in Asia - neglecting the heartland and the heartbeat of the USA. For those who voted for Trump, what do you think now? Or is it too early to judge? Thanks


Replied on Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 11:31 AM CST
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Trump has lost much of his shine in my book, however, I fail to see what he has done to raise fuel prices, lower trucking rates or implement the ELD mandate. From where I sit, lots of folks are blaming him for all their woes. Kindda like four wheelers blaming trucks for all the traffic congestion. Just my opinion
Replied on Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 11:59 AM CST
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Originally Posted by: DAVE BASCOM
Quote: "Trump has lost much of his shine in my book, however, I fail to see what he has done to raise fuel prices, lower trucking rates or implement the ELD mandate. From where I sit, lots of folks are blaming him for all their woes. Kindda like four wheelers blaming trucks for all the traffic congestion. Just my opinion"

Dave, this was one of the most well thought out answers ever on this forum. Thank you!
Replied on Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 12:02 PM CST
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sure blame trump he did it all ELD was done before he was in office not sure about everyone else but with trump in office i have all the work i can do and then some
Replied on Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 12:12 PM CST
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I also had hopes that Trump would turn back the ELD. It's still possible but unlikely. Trump hasn't done as much as I had hoped, but he has has the intense hatred of the media and all liberals to fight against at every turn.
Replied on Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 12:37 PM CST
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You do realize that under the previous administration that the ELDs is a passed and signed law..it was tucked into the highway bill...you just cant unsign a LAW.. if you want to blame anybody.. blame your senator and congressman or woman..the only thing that trump can do is to get a new law tossing this current law..and you really think thst your congressman or senator is going to do that?the only way toget rid of this ELD is torun 1000% leagal..and things will fall totally out of place..dont forget next november there is an election.. why dont you think about voting this time..
Replied on Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 12:43 PM CST
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As you suffer? Low rates.. high fuel? Gotta blame it on somebody? Look inthe mirror..that reflection is the one who hauls those cheap loads.. that reflextion could have said no..that reflextion wanted deregulation..bet it thrived on it..if that reflextion cant make money in this industry.. maybe look at doing something else..so then that reflextion will be happy..
Replied on Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 12:45 PM CST
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As you suffer? Low rates.. high fuel? Gotta blame it on somebody? Look inthe mirror..that reflection is the one who hauls those cheap loads.. that reflection could have said no..that reflection wanted deregulation..bet it thrived on it..if that reflection cant make money in this industry.. maybe look at doing something else..so then that reflection will be happy..
Replied on Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 10:41 PM CST
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Mr.Bascom, was very eloquent with his response. I'm not sure how you can blame this on Trump. The ELD was done awhile back. Our unorganized bunch of truck owners have sat back and let it get to this point. I'm not sure how to make it go away before letting it become a disaster. If Trump is watching he seems to like to see things come to a COMPLETE head and then solve it. Who knows.

Art Pfluger
Replied on Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 12:34 AM CST
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Theirs your sign...
Replied on Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 07:35 AM CST
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On one hand I don't want to see this thing pass for obvious reasons. On the other hand I do most of my Business with the largest Asphalt company in the Us. They have demanded us to run 18-20 hrs day in and day out while pumping their chest about safety. They have been reliant on the majority of their O/O to bail them out when they can't figure out how to dispatch and then threaten you if you don't. It will be bitter sweet to see the company in complete chaos next season. I also don't see how trump had anything to do with the current situation. I have other companies calling daily with work. Not the case in the last several years.

Replied on Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 09:02 AM CST
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Originally Posted by: JOE KELLY
Quote: "sure blame trump he did it all ELD was done before he was in office not sure about everyone else but with trump in office i have all the work i can do and then some"

He hasn't done anything to change it either
Replied on Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 09:34 AM CST
Originally Posted by: DAN RATTA
Quote: "On one hand I don't want to see this thing pass for obvious reasons. On the other hand I do most of my Business with the largest Asphalt company in the Us. They have demanded us to run 18-20 hrs day in and day out while pumping their chest about safety. They have been reliant on the majority of their O/O to bail them out when they can't figure out how to dispatch and then threaten you if you don't. It will be bitter sweet to see the company in complete chaos next season. I also don't see how trump had anything to do with the current situation. I have other companies calling daily with work. Not the case in the last several years. "

It's funny you should mention asphalt plants. Up hear in my neck of the woods, we have a constant revolving door on the driver situation, because too many people can't figure out when to stop adding trucks, so the rates are completely in the toilet. Everything is now a backhual rate. As a result half the drivers are now unable to speak English. If it's not the somali's, it's the South Africans, constantly delivering the wrong product to the wrong plant, dumping on the wrong pile, if they are not busy tipping trailers over, or ripping tailgates off. Meanwhile OSHA creeps around, handing out violations....Its funny as hell to watch, like bevis and butthead.
Replied on Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 10:02 AM CST
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Originally Posted by: DAVE WINTERS
Quote: "It's funny you should mention asphalt plants. Up hear in my neck of the woods, we have a constant revolving door on the driver situation, because too many people can't figure out when to stop adding trucks, so the rates are completely in the toilet. Everything is now a backhual rate. As a result half the drivers are now unable to speak English. If it's not the somali's, it's the South Africans, constantly delivering the wrong product to the wrong plant, dumping on the wrong pile, if they are not busy tipping trailers over, or ripping tailgates off. Meanwhile OSHA creeps around, handing out violations....Its funny as hell to watch, like bevis and butthead."

That's what Obama did for trucking.
Replied on Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 01:57 PM CST
Not true at all

Replied on Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 02:14 PM CST
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well now that them tin foil hat guys that were in washington last month have a "seat at the table" its all gonna get fixed and were goin back to the way it was in the 90's.....lmao
Replied on Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 03:09 PM CST
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Originally Posted by: DAVE WINTERS
Quote: "It's funny you should mention asphalt plants. Up hear in my neck of the woods, we have a constant revolving door on the driver situation, because too many people can't figure out when to stop adding trucks, so the rates are completely in the toilet. Everything is now a backhual rate. As a result half the drivers are now unable to speak English. If it's not the somali's, it's the South Africans, constantly delivering the wrong product to the wrong plant, dumping on the wrong pile, if they are not busy tipping trailers over, or ripping tailgates off. Meanwhile OSHA creeps around, handing out violations....Its funny as hell to watch, like bevis and butthead."

Easy on the Somali's. They are hard working folks. Just like our irish immigrant forefathers were 150 years ago during the potato famine. Come to think of it, Amber at the Clearwater truckstop was a red haired beauty... Good times!
Replied on Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 03:27 PM CST
Originally Posted by: SCOTT CLEMOW
Quote: "Not true at all "

Unfortunately it's all true. I suggest you come spend a summer up here, and see for yourself.
Replied on Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 04:25 PM CST
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Originally Posted by: RUSS ANDERSON
Quote: "Easy on the Somali's. They are hard working folks. Just like our irish immigrant forefathers were 150 years ago during the potato famine. Come to think of it, Amber at the Clearwater truckstop was a red haired beauty... Good times!"

Russ, Do you feel that it's ok for the government to exploit people, and use them against each other? Becuase that's really what is going on here. They are allowing industry to use these people to drive down the price of labor. If they are to be here, shouldn't they receive equall pay, and training? Should there not be one standard, that applies equally to everyone? How is it ok to have people who cannot communicate, around heavy machinery? Our politicians tell everyone that they are here to do the jobs, that we won't do, but is that really what's going on?
Replied on Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 10:57 AM CST
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Originally Posted by: JODY KINGSLEY
Quote: "He hasn't done anything to change it either "

What do you expect him to do. Any policy enacted by executive order can be undone by the same. I think most don't really understand how government is supposed to work. Emphasis on supposed, a lot goes into the making of a law. The biggest problem is unelected bureaucrats, congress bestows on agencies the power to make regulations that carry the full weight of the law. The congress sidesteps accountability by doing this. Regulations should by the constitution be debated and voted on by congress.
If you want to change the way things are start at home with local and state positions.
A great coach can get more out of a bad team, a terrible coach can loose repeatedly with a great team.

Trumps biggest problem is both parties are playing defense against him!
Replied on Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 11:32 AM CST
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And we have Judge Roy Moore who is the second biggest hypocrite/pedophile in America! Way to make America second rate!! Trump & his cronies are the swamp!!!
Replied on Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 11:43 AM CST
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If moore is the 2nd biggest creep, whose #1? sure this whole eld thing hurts some, but not sure we want to go back to bombin through the mountains on caffeine pills and uppers to make our turns like some folks i know. just gotta have loaders and deliveries that treat you right if you get stuck and pay out demerge to cover the time.


Replied on Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 01:53 PM CST
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Originally Posted by: BUBBA JOHNSTON
Quote: "And we have Judge Roy Moore who is the second biggest hypocrite/pedophile in America! Way to make America second rate!! Trump & his cronies are the swamp!!!"

One shouldnt believe everything they are told.. when gloria allred is involved there is big questions.. funny that none of these so called victims didnt go to the police. Ohhhh thats right.. the police dont pay money...but a faults report will get you jail time..
Replied on Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 03:31 PM CST
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I support Trump as I always have, fuel had to come up. Why? It's a signal of helthy economic demand. Fuel will never be as cheap as it use to be, apply the inflation index to fuel and you will see that these levels are reasonable. Rates are low because of economic demand, it's a commodity business that we're in, however economic growth is steady and higher than we've seen it in years. Remember, name one of Trump's policies that has made it through? Exactly, they're fighting him now asthey have fought him. Why? Well the special interests like screwing working a.k.a main street america, working america, outside the beltway, whatever you want to refer to it as. The E-log mandate isn't going anywhere for a variety of reasons. Trucking has a PR problem, the education system doesn't introduce young people to trucking early enough since you cant cross state lines until you're 21 and most insurance companies won't insure a carrier if they'll put any one behind the wheel younger than 24; so what we have is a situation where the majority of Americans know nothing about trucking except the very small percentage of involved in catosrophic wrecks that make the evening news or the ambulance chasers' t.v. commercials. Is this fair? No, but it's the way things are, so there is no chance of the eletronic logging mandate going away. However, E-logs aren't all bad. We all no people out there who don't run legally and never have, and as a result they're able to move freight for rates reputable carriers don't want to think about working for. So we'll be on an equal playing field. But what I really see as a positive is the fact that we'll finally be able to push shippers/receivers to stop abusing truckers. Now not all do, but I think we can all think of places we don't want to go because we know it'll mean demurrage and - the vast majority of which - we are not compensated for. FMCSA has tried to go after these abusers for us, alas the courts slapped their hands and said you have no statutory authority to do so. But having these records of demurrage time will make it easier for us to negotiate demurrage, if not demand it, or just increase our ratesto compensate for it if they wont pay demurrage.

Also, Trump's trip to Asia is certainly no sell out. He made it clear in speeches that were made in those countries that "The days of America being taken advantage ofare over!" And, as much as we want it to, this can't happen over night since I don't believe withdrawing from Asia and not using our leverage to stop North Korea from developing a nuclear weapon that can reach our west coast will help trucking.

No, things take time. I don't like to hear that anymore than anyone else, but trucking is no where close to being "ruined" and certainly not by President Trump. It is true that the glory days of trucking ended a long time ago, long before Trump, however rate forecasts are showing higher rates coming very soon and probably more sustainable this time around than in late 2014 through mid 2015 since that was mainly due to pent-up demand. And 'big-brother' is watching us if we have a cell phone, probably illegally, thanks to the Snowden revelation that we were even made aware of those abuses. D.C. isn't going to have an office dedicated to checking your E-log live-feed, but no longer will people be able to lie so easily on their logs, but the courts have recognized trucking as a heavily regulated activity and ruled that the mandate is indeed legal and in no-way a violation of the drivers' right to privacy. Yes I know it is going to hurt not being able to fudge a little here and there, but the people who are right-out falsifying in a big way will no longer be able to continue. If we see major congestion and parking problems along with capacity crunches, hopefully it'll be short-lived as all of the ridiculous FMCSA logging rules will quickly be rethought. One reason we have such riduculous rules now is that, if a driver new how to do it, they'd make the paper look right conforming to whatever new rules were sent down on the industry, yet very little would actually change.

Anyway, I'm trying to look on the bright side as far as E-logs go. They're being installed in my trucks as I'm writing this. Regardless of what the E-logs will do to our industry, President Trump didn't do this to us. And from my personal experience with him on the campaign, I can tell we have a man in the White House who cares about us - the working people of real America. If you are mad that what was promised isn't coming fast enough, well pick up your phone and start dialing all of the senators and congressmen who were elected promising the same things, yet when it came time to vote - lets us the Obamacare repeal as an example - we found out that apparenty a lot of people were lying, and President Donald J. Trump was not one of them. It did take time for him to realize that he would have to fight tooth and nail to get anything to his desk, things like Obamacare repeal that supposedly Republicans had planned out and ready to pass... yeah, the President wasn't lying and it is not the fault of President Trump that the establishment is trying to stop all of his pro-American policies. And they might win, as long as we point the finger at Trump everytime we think that things either aren't happening or aren't happening quick enough. Does anyone think we were better off uring the Bush and Obama years? I know my company wasn't, looking back I don't know how we survived it.
Replied on Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 04:13 PM CST
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You believe the old, dotard, con man, do you now? I will never worship him. His lowering our tax rates won't help you at all. The proposed tax plan will have a better chance of being approved if he releases his own tax statements & then it will only help the rich 1/2 of 1% at the top. One has to wonder what the filthy old man is trying to hide. Also why do all the KKK & Nazi's want the guy as our president. And he attacks women like they are second class citizens, calling them pigs, slobs, look at that face, bloody, bimbos, & losers. What a filty animal he is.


Replied on Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 04:20 PM CST
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Originally Posted by: BUBBA JOHNSTON
Quote: "You believe the old, dotard, con man, do you now? I will never worship him. His lowering our tax rates won't help you at all. The proposed tax plan will have a better chance of being approved if he releases his own tax statements & then it will only help the rich 1/2 of 1% at the top. One has to wonder what the filthy old man is trying to hide. Also why do all the KKK & Nazi's want the guy as our president. And he attacks women like they are second class citizens, calling them pigs, slobs, look at that face, bloody, bimbos, & losers. What a filty animal he is. "

Liberalism is a true mental disorder
Replied on Thu, Nov 16, 2017 at 08:18 AM CST
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Originally Posted by: JEFF PEARSON
Quote: "As you suffer? Low rates.. high fuel? Gotta blame it on somebody? Look inthe mirror..that reflection is the one who hauls those cheap loads.. that reflection could have said no..that reflection wanted deregulation..bet it thrived on it..if that reflection cant make money in this industry.. maybe look at doing something else..so then that reflection will be happy.."

Right on the money! We are busier than ever, and rates have been improving. So Fuel went up a little, big deal. We are far ahead of last year, and WHY are you hauling those cheap loads????? Say NO to cheap freight! Rates will HAVE to go up if nobody moves the load.........
Replied on Thu, Nov 16, 2017 at 08:39 AM CST
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There is a reason why Trump was in Asia. Remember the country called north Korea. The ELD was also introduced during the Obama administration, didn't hear your uproar then. Trump isn't perfect but has done better than the last few presidents that we have had. Do us a favor, if you don't like the President, that's your business, but don't ignore the fact that he is slowly getting things back together for the good of the U.S..Have you written to the administration about the electronic log book issues and concerns? Matter of fact, other than complaining here, what have you done? Don't blame Trump for this just because it's convienent for you to do so. The harder road has more work, more challenges, like writhing to your senator, representatives, ect.... so, are you taking the easy road or the hard road? I can go on both I think you know where I'm going with this. God bless America and those who haul for a living.
Replied on Sun, Nov 19, 2017 at 07:57 AM CST
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What an idiot Trump has been in office less than a year the stock market has been trading at record highs all year the amount is up and expect even more increase in truck freight try reading some as far as fuel being up pay attention to all the tax hikes they've put on especially the liberal states I've had one of my better years even after being off for over 2 months with my truck being in the body shop after a dumbass liberal hit me I'm going to gross $250,000.00 way better than anytime Blumer was in office
Replied on Sun, Nov 19, 2017 at 08:31 AM CST
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What a dumbass
Replied on Mon, Jan 29, 2018 at 01:56 PM CST
this was set in place 4 years ago, stop doing loads for 1 dollar a mile
Replied on Mon, Jan 29, 2018 at 06:51 PM CST
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When you own a business you have to look for victory anywhere you can find it. One of the positive things that came out of trump, is he has made everyone aware of the "Fake News", and that it does exist...... Just look at how CBS 5 Arizona covered the trucker shortage story, They did not mention the ELD, but rather they chose to put the spin out there, that trump must let more Mexican trucks in here and embrace the guest worker program, becuase all of us Lazy Americans don't want to drive a truck anymore...... Then they conviniantly leave out the fact that prior to December 18th of 2017, it wasn't such a problem. But after the 18th it was. Evidence of the deep state exposed!!! Trump didn't create the ELD, however he did not stop it either. I bet he has lost most of his shine in the eyes of the shippers, who have seen the rates go through the roof. And when spring time comes, and the farmers find out that their seed, fertilizer and other input costs have tripled, but the price they will get from the elevators dropped, becuase of all of the mergers likely to happen between the buyers, necessary to offset the increased transportation costs, well Trump may loose some more of his shine in rural America. But he did real back the EPA, and expose the fake news, and the deep state......... Take your victories where you can.
Replied on Tue, Jan 30, 2018 at 03:23 PM CST
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Originally Posted by: DAVE WINTERS
Quote: "That's what Obama did for trucking."

I agree that obama did eveything possible to make things over regulated and left a total mess to clean up!! He was the worst thing to happen to this country ever!!!
Replied on Wed, Jan 31, 2018 at 06:56 AM CST
More freight today than in the past twenty years.
Just saying...
Replied on Wed, Jan 31, 2018 at 07:07 AM CST
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Bubba Johnston,... your meds are missing you!
Replied on Fri, Jun 01, 2018 at 11:47 AM CST
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what in the world are you talking about
Replied on Fri, Jun 01, 2018 at 11:48 AM CST
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rates are down, what are you smoking
Replied on Fri, Jun 01, 2018 at 12:22 PM CST
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Trump is for the working people look what he has done already he wants America to succeed he is NOT trying to DESTROY it like the past idiot did
Replied on Fri, Jun 01, 2018 at 04:27 PM CST
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Originally Posted by: MARK REITER
Quote: "rates are down, what are you smoking"

Rates are down because alot of folks in this industry are sheepel. Scared to stand up for themselves Trump is not the problem we are.
Replied on Sun, Jun 03, 2018 at 11:09 PM CST
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Jeff,Jeff, Jeff,, can you give me one example of more regulations Trump put on the trucking industry, and remember you can not use laws passed before he took office..
Replied on Mon, Jun 04, 2018 at 07:34 AM CST
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Originally Posted by: JODY KINGSLEY
Quote: "He hasn't done anything to change it either "

If Trump lifted a finger to change hours of service or eld the Trump opposition would squeal like a baby that "he is only doing it for his own financial gain" because trucking is connected to everything. They would scream that it's abuse of power and ask for impeachment. I'm guessing we'd hear the word collusion and russia about 17000 times per second also. He could cure cancer and end world hunger and libs would still find something to complain about...and I'm a former lib. Never again though
Replied on Mon, Jun 04, 2018 at 08:34 PM CST
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hopper rates are up a dollar a mile from a year ago van and reefer rates are soaring it's pretty much name your price trucking out here. sure the ELD makes trips take longer but that's not Trumps fault...Trump doesn't have a switch on his desk that raises n lowers fuel prices...sounds like you may need to hook to a different trailer or just get another line of work...my truck is making 1 K a day after fuel on an E log. geez man where. the hell are you gonna make that much money in a day?
Replied on Tue, Jun 05, 2018 at 11:32 AM CST
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Why do all of you use the phrase "backhaul"? There is no such thing as a backhaul, it costs the same amount to haul a load from B to C as it does to go from A to B. The only way it is a backhaul is if it litteraly unloads on my front door!!!
Replied on Tue, Jun 05, 2018 at 02:20 PM CST
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What word should we have used so you wouldn't have gotten offended? Home trip? Return load?
Replied on Wed, Jun 06, 2018 at 09:39 AM CST
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Just to be clear the ELD mandate was part of MAP 21 and it was passed on a bi-partisan vote including a Republican controlled house and signed into law by Obama. A Republican, House, Senate and President have done nothing to overturn it. They have the power to do it and they haven't. If anyone thinks that trucking has a friend in either party they are sadly mistaken.


Replied on Wed, Jun 06, 2018 at 12:00 PM CST
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Can I just say BOOOOO on this post? Seems some only know how to BoooWhooo and not get their butts moving to keep up with the times... Costs go up.. rarely down... with all the quantitative easing and deflation of our dollar - what'd ya expect... Did TRUMP do that?? humm... if you have no clue what I'm talking about - STOP watching CNN and MSNBC for all your news... Read a little more and be open to other ideas before placing blame on one guy... ignorance is NOT bliss... it's painful.
Replied on Wed, Jun 06, 2018 at 01:36 PM CST
Originally Posted by: DALE HERMANS
Quote: "What word should we have used so you wouldn't have gotten offended? Home trip? Return load? "

I’m not offended, just when that word is used the freight becomes dirt cheap.
Replied on Wed, Jun 06, 2018 at 01:51 PM CST
Originally Posted by: SHANE WILKES
Quote: "I’m not offended, just when that word is used the freight becomes dirt cheap."

I see your point. Sorry for the snippy response
Replied on Thu, Jun 07, 2018 at 12:14 AM CST
I think if you look within your own business you will see where the problem lies. You are not looking very hard if you can't find decent loads in Nebraska.
Replied on Mon, Jun 11, 2018 at 03:59 PM CST
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While the Rumpster may not be paying attention to trucking for the small business owners at this moment in time. He is not to blame for the problems that are in trucking. His predecessor's by and large are to blame.

1. Deregulation (signed by Jimmy Carter)
2. Death of the crooked ICC in 1995
3. Allowing individuals that know little to nothing about trucking to run the FMCSA and be once again influenced by the ATA
4. The broker protection act (signed by Obummer)
5. The ELD mandate (signed by Obummer)
6. Finally the real problem is the lack of business knowledge that Truckers themselves have. While many of us have tried to teach others they contiue to want to blame another for their own failures.

Here it is, quit blaming others for your inability to negotiate in a fair, equitable, and profitable manner.
Replied on Tue, Jun 12, 2018 at 12:33 AM CST
Its all supply and demand..why in midland texas area truck DRIVERS are getting 140,000 per year..wages for many other workers have doubled...they have problems to find workers for city and country jobs..restaurant workers are working in the oil fields...all supply and demand...funny how truvking works the same way..you have more loads than trucks...the rates go up...and up...but then again there are those that think they should only make 90 cents a loaded mile too. And complain they are going broke
Replied on Tue, Jun 12, 2018 at 11:21 AM CST
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This was done long before trump took office.
Replied on Tue, Jun 12, 2018 at 02:09 PM CST
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Originally Posted by: WESLEY COOK
Quote: "This was done long before trump took office. "

Funny its being done today..and TRUMP IS IN OFFICE..
Replied on Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 12:02 AM CST
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You, sir. are a very special kind of stupid. I hope to God you are sterile.

Replied on Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 12:05 AM CST
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I was speaking to Bubba Johnson here, nobody else.


Replied on Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 12:08 AM CST
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Originally Posted by: BUBBA JOHNSTON
Quote: "You believe the old, dotard, con man, do you now? I will never worship him. His lowering our tax rates won't help you at all. The proposed tax plan will have a better chance of being approved if he releases his own tax statements & then it will only help the rich 1/2 of 1% at the top. One has to wonder what the filthy old man is trying to hide. Also why do all the KKK & Nazi's want the guy as our president. And he attacks women like they are second class citizens, calling them pigs, slobs, look at that face, bloody, bimbos, & losers. What a filty animal he is. "

Liberalism is like the creeping crud.

Replied on Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 04:01 AM CST
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  • with all do respect friend I’m pretty proud to be grossing up to $1500/ day( one of my colleagues has a $2450 day tomorrow. Both regional flatbed work and home daily., . Fromwhat I can see the present and the future are looking bright. Ihope all will find the same. Please take a look @ the report and let me know what y’all think. I’d have to say that not everything Trump has done has been perfect in my eyes but he has been doing a hell of a job for not having the support of congress in the capacity I believe we would otherwise expect. It’s been a break neck pace thus far and I don’t see any signs of letting up. Buckle up I believe it’s going to be one helluva ride. ??????
Replied on Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 07:29 AM CST
Let me tell you this I have hoppers I'm the 4th generation on this business and hopper only pays good in harvest season I also run reefer out of state and this year has been great even though fuel has gone up brokers will always look and fine cheap trucks they don't care how good their equipment are they just want cheap trucks for them to make money how rates are sky high in the reefer and dry box I'm staying here f**k hopper by the way I'm selling my 2011 grain hopper lol