Trans Am

by Jessica Kira Jenkins
(North FL)

Start Orientation this Tues but I've been hearing all of the Bitching and crying when it comes to Trans Am's lease program.

Ok let's get a few things straight. Now 90% of the children that I've read their comments is surrounding the companies Truck Lease program. Now when it comes to being successful over here at Trans Am it's goes a little something like this.

You take $1.40 that's $.90 per mile plus your fuel surcharge Multiply that against 3200 per week
Take away your fuel which is going to be at $2,400 per week at $400 per day Then take away $600 truck payment Then take away your advances
Your check is going to pay out anywhere between $1,300 to $1,000 per week.

My Boyfriend is an O/O with Southwest Carriers and has a $500 truck payment and still makes a paycheck every week. The bottom liken of what I'm saying is this. You kids that are thinking about getting into Trans Am leasing program if you listen to what I am saying your going to make money but you HAVE TO STOP thinking like an company Driver and think like an O/O.

That's where a lot of these kids fail then turn around and Bitch saying that Trans Am is a scam when the only reason that they failed is because of their own stupidity and ignorance.

If anyone has any questions about leasing a truck with Trans Am you can contact me at

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Apr 26, 2016
by: Anonymous

My BF is with TransAm and, like the other poster, he is in the hole a year and a half in. So, instead of berating someone and using fuzzy math to chastise, try filling everyone in, PLEASE.

What do you have to do to work TA to your advantage as a lease driver to actually get a paycheck? This should not be a joke!

Mar 04, 2015
by: Driver w transam

Im leasing can u give me any hints to make money im struggling now 1500 in the hole u can email me

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