What percentage of loads do you miss out on if you don't have elite service qualifications and hazmat? My teams don't have either they are in D units and they are lucky to crack 3000 miles. My question is to other fleet owners who have white glove type straight trucks. In your experience how many extra miles a week are we losing out on by not having Haz Mat and Canada? In your experience how much should a regular dry van D unit be doing in a week? Other drivers I have talked to say they are able to squeeze extra money out of disbatchers when they go out of the expediting area. They also say they are able to get paid moves on top of the extra money. For example one guy I talked to said he asks a extra $1200 dollars if he's going to take a run to Denver because you can't get out. Then he waits 24 hours and calls his team for a paid relocation. He said you should be able to do 4000 to 5000 miles a week just running the eastern part of the country.