It’s a common practice to add pdq to your route name. So, for instance, if you are moving freight from PALATINE IL to TIMNOCK ND, and you have options of putting 60 biscuits in the cargo bed or using them for pilot training, you might try this route: PAL-PDQ-TIM. This would leave 10 biscuits as pilot training material, and the rest would go into the BTE1. I’ve lived in Idaho since 2006; when I arrived they had a completely revamped trucking route system where all text is no longer converted to numbers – so it became “PAL-PDC”, I believe? Nowadays it’s still PDC everywhere.
- What does practical miles mean in trucking?
- What does 60 cpm mean in trucking?
- What does not for hire mean in trucking?
- What does van mean in trucking?
- What does detention pay mean in trucking?
- What does out of service mean trucking?
- What does dpf mean in trucking?
- What does repower mean in trucking?
- What does tow away mean in trucking?
What does practical miles mean in trucking?
In trucking its usage is literally how many miles fit into a given carrier until they call to turn in their mileage card and get paid – alternatively its used by drivers as to assess where they are due for hours (there is a big difference between 50,065 miles and 130,568 miles).
What does 60 cpm mean in trucking?
60 cpm means a rate of $128. The driver should be getting about 6 miles for every dollar spent.
What does not for hire mean in trucking?
“What does not for hire refer to? – Trip Coordinator, Mechanical Designer, V/H Driver Operations , Material Handler, Freight Technician
What does van mean in trucking?
Van refers to a truck, rather than to someone who drives said truck.
What does detention pay mean in trucking?
People on constant alert cutting corners that are not in line with long term goals and short term gains/rewards. If you can’t say yes to overtime for your own gain, it’s because you don’t have the confidence to say no to less profitable trips so as not to take advantage of higher paying rates in the long run. Besides efficiency is always the enemy of profit when it comes to this industry so there’s a rush to get all illegal work including “dog-on-a-stick” routes from truck stops where owners will be less likely if shy about talking about what happens at their company than raping and pillaging companies. Arresting drivers for transporting inflatable dolls or flowers? Is it payback for winning too many wrongful termination cases by companies using unlawful workplace investigation techniques USATC has written passionately against? What kind of pervert would admit he spends taxpayer funds creating sexual devices designed specifically to screw underpaid people into boredom and disable them morally against protests they (a) did nothing wrong or (b) didn’t know anything was going on?
What does out of service mean trucking?
Out of service means the truck is so old and in need for major replacement that it’s no longer safe to use.
What does dpf mean in trucking?
You were out of fenders
Then your been sucked in by a truck without one.
This kind of answer perfectly captures how a questioner wants to explore the underlying question, introduce tangents and expand on why he or she thinks this is relevant. A good answer should be welcoming, not merely revealing details that don’t lead towards answering the question.
If you are asked: “What exactly is ‘dpf’ in trucking?” You do not explain that it means something like “destructive propensity”. If you write an appropriate response, such as explaining the different types or adding statistics, explainability will be substantially better. […] In short: Don’t focus at all on what exactly it means. It can be anything from truck-related inquiries to questions about its origin (e.g., if I came up with dpf, did any others). Just make sure every word in your response is guiding towards having a more informative explanation for the original inquiry – hence we suggest avoiding breaking down each letter one at a time and providing answers like “DPF stands for Driver Parameter fault indicator”. Please note that you should still provide very basic information like what it actually involves or where it
What does repower mean in trucking?
Repower tends to refer to repainting an old and well-used truck in a new color. While this is not technically a rehaul, it has the same effect of putting another fresh coat of paint on an old and worn vehicle. ##
What does tow away mean in trucking?
To remove from a truck. The job of the owner is to make the driver tow away the load without damaging it. When things go wrong, a dispute arises between the owner and the carrier over who will pay for what (warranty costs, lost time, damage to the item on both sides, etc.)