The carrier is responsible for all load transit and related costs. This includes lumpers, tolls, fuel, etc
Yes, simply request a one-way RELAY move. This is a great option for when you need to make a delivery or pick up to avoid late fees or downtime from missed appointments.
Yes, there are Relay Drivers available for local, overnight, and long-haul (OTR) jobs. You can even save money by using RELAY instead of teams for your long distance loads. This is how: Use RELAY to pick up and/or deliver the long distance load saving valuable hours of service for your long haul driver. With RELAY, you’ll be able use a solo driver to make delivery times on many loads that once needed a team. Chat with RELAY support to build a strategy that will increase your revenue while saving you money.
Yes and double yes! All drivers are thoroughly checked and screened to ensure they meet RELAY’s Gold Standards. In addition, each RELAY driver must complete a RELAY Certification Program before they are allowed to view and accept your RELAY requests. RELAY only allows drivers who exhibit and adhere to Best of the Best Professional and Safety practices.
When you book a driver, you can choose to pay the Relay Driver an hourly rate or a flat day rate you set at a cost that works for your business. This ensures you always get the right driver, for the right load, at the right cost.
You can also use Relay’s suggested rates based on our vast real-time driver pay market data to ensure your driver cost is inline with market rates for your area.
Any carrier company with an MC or DOT can sign up and get a RELAY driver.