why do some companies pay extra per mile when driving the northeast us?

is it cuz of bad weather or traffic or what?

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Feb 03, 2010
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Northeast? Not if I can help it.
by: Jimmy

Anything north of the Mason-Dixon line is aggravation for big trucks. Congestion, narrow roads, ancient warehouses, posted streets and LOW underpasses. A lot of companies have to entice new hires to drive for them when they service that area. Jimmy

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