Sleeper actual pay difference

quad decade guy

Well-Known Member
Ok, my actual pay difference from my first sleeper run: $1,000 take home.

If you have been wondering about how much sleepers pay, that's it for me.

My normal run is about 55 hrs.+ every week(non mileage) and I'm full pay etc.

So, say I usually take home $1,700 per week, this week: $2,700.

So, for those wanting to pay off their house or something like that, it's about

$4k extra......per month. $48k per year for the challenged.

Now, IMHO it would be a tough way to make a living. A whole other topic.
 

Siveriano

Well-Known Member
Thanks even tho im not on feeders yet i was looking for this kind of info. gotta take advantage of the single years to make as much $$$ as possible.
 
Ok, my actual pay difference from my first sleeper run: $1,000 take home.

If you have been wondering about how much sleepers pay, that's it for me.

My normal run is about 55 hrs.+ every week(non mileage) and I'm full pay etc.

So, say I usually take home $1,700 per week, this week: $2,700.

So, for those wanting to pay off their house or something like that, it's about

$4k extra......per month. $48k per year for the challenged.

Now, IMHO it would be a tough way to make a living. A whole other topic.
Why do this after 4 decades?
 

Wally

BrownCafe Innovator & King of Puns
Ok, my actual pay difference from my first sleeper run: $1,000 take home.

If you have been wondering about how much sleepers pay, that's it for me.

My normal run is about 55 hrs.+ every week(non mileage) and I'm full pay etc.

So, say I usually take home $1,700 per week, this week: $2,700.

So, for those wanting to pay off their house or something like that, it's about

$4k extra......per month. $48k per year for the challenged.

Now, IMHO it would be a tough way to make a living. A whole other topic.
How many days were you away and what was the gross?
 

Mugarolla

Light 'em up!
Ok, my actual pay difference from my first sleeper run: $1,000 take home.

If you have been wondering about how much sleepers pay, that's it for me.

My normal run is about 55 hrs.+ every week(non mileage) and I'm full pay etc.

So, say I usually take home $1,700 per week, this week: $2,700.

So, for those wanting to pay off their house or something like that, it's about

$4k extra......per month. $48k per year for the challenged.

Now, IMHO it would be a tough way to make a living. A whole other topic.
How many miles did you run and how many days were you out?
 

DriveInDriveOut

Proud Deplorable
My normal run is about 55 hrs.+ every week(non mileage) and I'm full pay etc.

So, say I usually take home $1,700 per week, this week: $2,700.

So, for those wanting to pay off their house or something like that, it's about

$4k extra......per month. $48k per year for the challenged.
wut
55 hours is more like 2400 a week
 

quad decade guy

Well-Known Member
I would have given up at 30 like a normal person.
Well, I'm only 57. "Normal retirement age is 62-65. I've had free insurance all my life(UPS) and I'm making the most money ever, for me. I can't get Medicare for10 years! Or SSI for 5 years. And I will take a 70% cut in pay. I was fortunate enough to go full time at 19 yo. I'm just not ready to lose everything.
 
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