To Hell With Unpaid 34 Hour Resets For Truckers

Published on Feb 13, 2017

Dave discusses the Denham Language being shoved into Transportation Bills. If this ‘Denham Language’ does find it’s way into a Transportation bill regarding truck driver pay, drivers will never be paid fairly…. it will mean no hourly pay for waiting time, or extra work and never for resets. Truck Companies in the Southern U.S. states are being dragged to court over unpaid wages for truckers, and loosing the battle, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars. Watch this video to understand this criminal act by the ATA and trucking companies.

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2 Responses to To Hell With Unpaid 34 Hour Resets For Truckers

  1. Mark Schumacher in LV says:

    By law we are supposed to work only 70 hrs. Then we are supposed to take a 34 hour break, problem is, we dont get paid for this. If your thousands of miles away from your family, you should be compensated, just like anybody else.

    • Enemy of the State says:

      My guys are paid subsistence ,this covers their room and board , ( food and shelter ) these are mostly guys working out of town on jobs
      But if a few drivers had to truck the stuff there , they get treated the same

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