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Riverside Transport, Inc.

4001 Kansas Ave.
Kansas City, KS 66106


May 26, 2020

by AVG


I've read the reviews by a few disgruntled former employees and I can tell you they were doing something wrong. I'm LP at RTI. I've been here a year and have had no problem with making my truck payments and taking home $1700-$2000 a week. No, I don't have to run myself into the ground to do it either. Everyone at the company is great to work with and really cares about your success. My truck is two years old and well maintained. Trailers are a little older but not older than six years. If you need trailer maintenance when picking up a preload the shop gets someone right out there. If you want a good solid company then RTI qualifies.

July 20, 2017

by Jesse Watford

Answer to read reviews

Glad I read reviews of RTI! Now will not waste my time submitting an application! Been there done That! If any o/o wants to lease on to a great company try power source transportation, griffin,in

February 23, 2017

by Garza


where would I like to start? went from a bad company to a worst company. would stay out for six weeks at a time for five months and the most I ever made was the first month which was $1900.00, after that my pay drop to anywhere from $300-$700 a week.literally begging my dispatcher for miles I told him like I told the recruiter I need otr miles not regonial miles and that was why I took the job. don't even get me started about the EZ pass bullshit if your driving S I-35 or N. how can you pay the tolls if you aren't making any money. so many other things and my blood pressure is not helping thinking about this BS company.

December 10, 2016

by William

Lease driver

Stay as far away from this company as you can. Worked there 5 months and only took home $700(est) a week on average. Worked out of the Owensboro terminal and rarely ever pulled a load under 40,000#. Rarely ever did I get a dispatch over 600 miles. The maintenance program is a joke. Everything in this contract is in the company's favor. After I left I was sent a bill for unpaid road/fuel taxes - heavy vehicle tax and a charge to put someone else in the truck;total of over $586. If you are leasing on here you should get a "L" tattooed on your forehead because you will leave a loser.

October 14, 2016

by Edward M

God forbid you have an injury on the job

I had a injury on the job and had scheduled home time in order to see a dr. When the dr told me I would need surgery I scheduled it for the following week on his advice and called my dispatcher to explain to them that I would need to have surgery and recovery time. They told me it was in my best interest to give up my truck until i can get back on the rd. I told them that was fine. But I would be back in 4-5 weeks. They said it would be no problem and they would have someone come pick the truck up. They did not give me an option to be able to return this myself. this was 4 weeks ago. I just got a letter in my email stating I owe them over $4,000.00 to recover my truck. I found out they canceled my contract the day after I told them I will require surgery for an injury I had while working for this company and going through their type of workman's comp insurance. I decided to pull my DAC report and they put a notice on there for abandonment of a company vehicle! I was given no other options!! This company has now ruined my career. They are surely going to be hearing from my Lawyer.
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