Tcd to full time question.

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by DoctorMario, Aug 24, 2015.

  1. DoctorMario

    DoctorMario Member

    How long do you have to be a TCD driver to keep your payrate when going full-time? I know tcd driver payrate is 85% of top pay of full-time drivers and i would love to keep my payrate. Its About $10 extra an hour. Thanks in advance.
  2. DoctorMario

    DoctorMario Member

  3. hondo

    hondo promoted to mediocrity

    Which regional supplement are you under?
  4. DoctorMario

    DoctorMario Member

    Im in Texas so it should be Southern Region i suppose
  5. QualityLoads

    QualityLoads Active Member

    I thought it was after you pass your 30 days. I could be wrong though. Im TCD in south as well so im hoping im already locked in when i go fulltime.
  6. upschuck

    upschuck Well-Known Member

    You'd be red circle at whatever rate you are at, if it is more than starting driver rate, until the driver rate surpasses your current rate.
  7. DoctorMario

    DoctorMario Member

    that's what i thought too but i just wanted to be sure. Hopefully i can get more to chime in on this issue
  8. UpstateNYUPSer

    UpstateNYUPSer Very proud grandfather.

    upschuck is right.
  9. Wally

    Wally Hailing from Parts Unknown.

    Deep in the Heart of Texas?
  10. DoctorMario

    DoctorMario Member

    Lol. Im at the Mesquite TX hub. Mesquite is literally next door to Dallas, TX
  11. sandman79

    sandman79 New Member

    I went from tcd to fulltime. After your 30 day qualifying and you obtain seniority you will be locked in.
  12. rkctkc

    rkctkc Member

    Big hub. They have 4 centers in there. I know people who drive out of richardson center and Plano center

    And yes, after 30 days as a tcd you will not go down in rate when going full time
  13. Cowboy Mac

    Cowboy Mac Active Member

    You guys suck at loading trailers. Every single trailer from Mesquite that we get is built to only 3/4 of the max height and 1 of every 10 packages requires tape because they are all thrown in. Irregs and hazmats above shoulder height. Anarchy...
  14. DoctorMario

    DoctorMario Member

    i agree. I pick off and everytime i get an open package i give it to the clerks. We have horrible trainers so that's the main cause of trailers loaded incorrectly.
  15. Cowboy Mac

    Cowboy Mac Active Member

    Sounds about right. I heard management isn't very great over there right now. Anyways, best of luck to you!
  16. New guy85

    New guy85 New Member

    Started working at Mesquite TX hub. Yes there is a lot of trailers that go 3/4 empty. Though there's a lot of guys who try hard. I just had my picture taken cause my walls were stacked to the top. Hoping to become a driver. Any advises on that?
  17. DumbTruckDriver

    DumbTruckDriver Allergic to cardboard.

    Sign all bid sheets.
    Learn to drive a stick.
    That is all.
  18. Indecisi0n

    Indecisi0n Well-Known Member

    Can you ride a horse?
  19. ArcherUTR

    ArcherUTR Active Member

    I can already tell that you are not a smart TCD driver.
  20. ArcherUTR

    ArcherUTR Active Member

    Good driving record too, right?