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Old 08-31-2012, 07:32 AM
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Default Looking for tips on trucking companies from drivers out of Texas...

Hey guys...getting back into driving after leaving FFE about 3 years ago to start my own business. The business didn't go too well, but that's another story. To be honest, I didn't like how FFE was changing their routing policies and forcing us to use certain truck stops to fuel just before I left. Why force us to fuel at a Pilot that has 4 fuel lanes and 15 parking spots, when just 20 miles down the road there's another Pilot with 10 fuel lanes and 50 parking spots?

Anyway, I'm looking for some smaller companies based out of the DFW area.

So far, I've got:


  • Texas Star Express
  • IWX Trucking
  • and First Choice Transportation



Any advice or opinions appreciated!
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