Female smoker at Load 1. Non Hazmat. Class B. OTR.
Hello I'm Missi Howard.
i have a class A license and been driving straight trucks since June of 16.
No accidents no tickets no service failures.
I'm looking for a team driver.
I live in Knoxville Tennessee.
I'm looking for somebody within 300 miles of Knoxville Tennessee.
If you live farther away and you have a car you could park it at my house, drive home at home time and drive back from home time to my house.
I have a garage and cameras all around my garage so your car would be safe.
I'm looking for someone who will drive either
11 p.m. to 11 a.m.
12 a.m. to 12 p.m.
1 a.m. to 1 p.m.
2 a.m. to 2 p.m.
3 a.m. to 3 p.m.
I've been driving 3 p.m. to 3 a.m. for a long time but like i said, I could make slight adjustments to that for instance i could do 11am-11pm if you enjoy driving more dark night hours.
I do not want to argue or bicker.
I just want to get along drive and make money.
Age race and gender is unimportant.
I cannot sleep on the top bunk because I have a hip injury from a car accident I had several years ago (no I was not at fault) so we would have to take turns using the bottom bunk.
I'm only in the bottom bunk opposite my driving shift from 3 a.m. to 3 p.m. and I ask that you please not come back and change the temperature at the bunk when I am in the sleeper and I will show you the same consideration.
Between 3 p.m. and 3 a.m. the bottom bunk is all yours and I won't even come back there when you are sleeping but if you need something from the bunk area and i am sleeping come on back, it doesn't bother me at all.
I am quiet and considerate when my team driver is sleeping.
I don't slam doors.
I don't have loud conversations on the phone etc and I asked that you show me me the same consideration.
I stay out for 4 weeks and I go home for 7 days.
I'm in a 100 inch bolt custom sleeper Freightliner business class M2.
Must be able to qualify for load 1.
I'm not going to move because that looks bad when you move around and then try to get another job nobody wants to hire you because it makes your application look like a mess and it makes you look like a flake lol.
You will have plenty of space, there are four big empty cabinets here on the truck.
I'm 50, but I'm a young 50, lol I just want to team with somebody who wants to get along and not argue bicker or start arguments.
Team drivers are business partners and equals and should treat each other with respect. No matter who is assigned to first seat driver there is no first seat driver in my world. As I said before team drivers are equals and business partners so first driver means nothing it just means that that is the person that dispatch calls first.
This truck is a drama-free zone.
Competing, comparing, snitching on your team driver for stopping to go to the bathroom or taking a shower, playing the radio out loud instead of using an earbud or headset, shutting the door hard from getting in and out of the truck, eating all your team drivers food, whining and complaining, damaging, hiding, or stealing your team drivers property, starting arguments, and changing the temperature of the bunk on your team driver when it is their sleep shift, nitpicking, bossing, and bullying or screaming and cussing out the window while your team driver is sleeping are all uncool in my book.
getting along is the coolest thing to do
In other words, don't start none they won't be none
I do not drive nyc to pick up or to deliver or to do anything else.
And I won't drive through New York City to get somewhere like Jamaica either.
If you want to that's fine if it lands on your shift and you want to do it.
Too many people getting $300 reroute tickets in there and well there goes your profit for the load.
I do drive through New York City on the interstate however I just don't get off the interstate and go into the bouroughs.
I believe in keeping Trucking simple and because of that I've never had any tickets or accidents.
I just want to get along and drive and it's not easier said than done it is easy to do if you just become laid back.
I'm not getting any endorsements. They are not necessary. Let's keep trucking simple.
This is an easy job.
Let's not make it difficult.
As far as how I work, I work independently, so you will be able to get your sleep.
You do not have to get out of bed for a loading and unloading and I don't get out of bed for loading and unloading if it's not my shift.
I handle everything that happens on my shift.
Loading unloading phone calls fueling Etc.
If you're awake and you feel like you want to get out and help or something just to have something to do that's fine I won't stop you but we don't need to wake each other up for loading and unloading etc.
I feel that drivers should be able to handle their own shift and work independently and let each other get their sleep.
I am happily married but my husband is not a trucker so I'm not looking or anything but a team driver and a business partner.
Let's go make money.
I rarely read emails from this site so please
That's good because when you're a self-employed truck driver you get to take the per diem which is about a 15,000 to $20,000 a year deduction which means more money in your pocket.
Truckers who get a W-2 do not get that deduction anymore.
The owner pays for fuel tolls and repairs and the drivers get 20% each.
Getting fluids for the truck and minor repairs is hassle free because there is $1,000 credit card on the truck to handle such things should the owner not be available to take calls but the card is only for things for the truck and it is not for personal expenditures. This truck is very well maintained.
If you're worried about being self-employed and you haven't been self-employed before I can help you quite a bit because I've been self-employed for over 20 years and I know a lot about preparing for the tax preparer so to speak
I go out for 4 weeks and I go home for 7 days.
you need at least one year of Class A and/or Class B experience that is verifiable
Your physical must be less than 6 months old if it is not you can get a physical during orientation or you can get one at home long as it's done by dot Physician
Thank you for reading my ad and have a beautiful day
Female smoker at Load 1. Non Hazmat. Class B. OTR.