How Status Understands NON Forced Dispatch

Owner Operator can choose a region of operation.

Owner Operator can decline a load offering if he or she does not have sufficient hours to legally complete a load.

Owner Operator can decline a load if a load does not meet weight or commodity criteria previously discussed with a Dispatcher.

Owner Operator can decline a load if load pays less than that regions average pay per mile previously discussed with a Dispatcher.

Owner Operator can choose to take a day or more off if he or she is feeling tired or sick.

Owner Operator can choose when to take time off and when to get back on the road.

Owner Operator can decline load offerings if those loads include any manual labor.

Owner Operator cannot cancel a load after the load was accepted by Owner Operator.

Owner Operator cannot ask for more money per mile after the load has been accepted.

Owner Operator must accept the load if the load meets criteria previously discussed with the dispatcher.

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