Service Agreement

  • Destination Transport, LLC - Service Agreement

  • THIS LOAD WILL BE PICKED UP, TRANSPORTED AND DELIVERED ON A TRACTOR/TRAILER OPERATING UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THEE CARRIER PROVIDED AT TIME OF BOOKING. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL THE LOAD BE HANDLED BY ANY OTHER PARTIES WITH OUT PRIOR CONSENT FROM DESTINATION. THE COMPANY NAME, MC AND USDOT MUST BE REPRESENTED ON THE SIDE OF THE TRUCK. IF FOR SOME REASON A CARRIER OTHER THAN THE CARRIER BOOKED TRANSPORTS THE SHIPMENT, THE ORIGINAL CARRIER FORFEITS THEIR RIGHT TO PAYMENT ORIGINALLY AGREED UPON WHEN BOOKING THE LOAD AND TAKES ON SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF PAYMENT FOR THE TRASPORTING CARRIERS.

    CARRIER ASSURES THEY HAVE AN ACTIVE AUTOMOTIVE LIABILITY INSURANCE POLICY COVERING A MINIMUM OF $1,000,000 PER OCCURENCE, AS WELL AS CARGO INSURANCE POLICY THAT COVERS AT LEAST $100,000 IN CARGO VALUE, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ELSEWHERE ON THIS RATE CONFIRMATION.

    PICKUP AND DELIVERY TIMEFRAME / DEADLINES ARE CLEARLY COMMUNICATED NEXT TO THE ADDRESSES ON THIS RATE CONFIRMATION. IF YOU ARE GOING TO BE LATE FOR ANY REASON AT ALL (MECHANICAL ISSUES OR FAILURES, WEATHER, TRAFFIC, DRIVER ERROR, ETC.), PLEASE CONTACT YOUR BROKER w/ DESTINATION TRANSPORT IMMEDIATELY TO AVOID ANY RATE ADJUSTMENTS. CALL: (763)489-6225.

    ANY, AND ALL DETENTION MUST BE REPORTED TO YOUR BROKER w/ DESTINATION TRANSPORT AS SOON AS CARRIER ENTERS DETENTION TIMEFRAME. IF YOUR TRUCK IS AT SHIPPER/CONSIGNEE FOR MORE THAN 2 HOURS AND DOES NOT NOTIFY DESTINATION TRANSPORT WITHIN THAT 2 HOUR WINDOW TO DISCUSS THE HOLD UP, AND OR DOES NOT DOCUMENT IN / OUT TIMES ON THE BOL WITH A SIGNATURE FROM THE LOADER / UNLOADER, THERE WILL BE NO CHANCE FOR DETENTION TO BE APPROVED OF ANY KIND.

    WEIGHTS, PIECE COUNTS AND LOAD DESCRIPTIONS LISTED ON THE RATE CONFIRMATION ARE ESTIMATES ONLY AND MAY VARY FROM WHAT THE ACTUAL BOL REFLECTS. IT IS THE CARRIER / DRIVERS RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE SURE FREIGHT IT SECURED PROPERLY FOR TRANSIT, AND TO GO TO THE NEAREST CERTIFIED SCALE TO CHECK ALL AXLE WEIGHTS AND GROSS WEIGHTS ARE LEGAL FOR TRANSIT. IF CARRIER / DRIVER LEAVES A LOADING FACILITY WITHOUT WEIGHING THE LOAD AND MAKE SURE THE LOAD IS LEGAL ON ALL ENDS, CARRIER IS 100% RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL COSTS INCURRED IN MAKING THE LOAD LEGAL. DESTINATION TRANSPORT WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY FINES OR FEES INCURRED RESULTING FROM NOT CHECKING LEGALITY OF LOAD WEIGHT. CARRIER / DRIVER MUST CALL RECEIVER WHEN LOADED TO MAKE DELIVERY ARRANGEMENTS. IF CARRIER / DRIVER DOES NOT CALL RECEIVER WHEN LOADED TO ARRANGE DELIVERY, THERE WILL BE NO EXTRA PAY AUTHORIZED IF THE LOAD IS RECONSIGNED, OR IF THE RECIEVER IS CLOSED OR CANNOT ACCOMODATE UNLOADING AT THE TIME YOUR TRUCK ARRIVES. THIS IS THE CARRIER / DRIVER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO DO, NOT THE SHIPPER OR BROKER! IF CARRIER / DRIVER LEAVES ANY LOADING FACILITY WITHOUT SCALING THE LOAD AND MAKING SURE THE LOAD IS LEGAL, CARRIER IS 100% LIABLE AND RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL COSTS INCURRED IN MAKING THE LOAD LEGAL AND DELIVERING ON TIME.

    CARRIER SHALL NOT SOLICIT FREIGHT SHIPMENTS FROM ANY CUSTOMER OF BROKER WHEN OR IF THE AVAILABILITY OF SUCH SHIPMENTS FIRST BECAME KNOWN TO CARRIER AS RESULT OF BROKER’S EFFORTS. IN THE EVENT OF BREACH OF THIS AGREEMENT, BROKER IS SUBJECT TO ENTITLEMENTS LISTED IN SECTION-D / SUB #5 OF THE BROKER CARRIER AGREEMENT.

    CARRIER REAFFIRMS AND WARRANTS THAT ITS DRIVERS CAN LEGALLY FULFILL THE REQUIREMENTS OF THIS RATE CONFIRMATION AND MAKE ON-TIME DELIVERY WHILE STAYING IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE FMCSA HOURS OF SERVICE REGULATIONS.

  • PROPERTY-CARRYING DRIVERS
    • 11-Hour Driving Limit: May drive a maximum of 11 hours after 10 consecutive hours off duty.
    • 14-Hour Limit: May not drive beyond the 14th consecutive hour after coming on duty, following 10 consecutive hours offduty. Off-duty time does not extend the 14-hour period.
    • Rest Breaks: May drive only if 8 hours or less have passed since end of driver’s last off-duty or sleeper berth period of at least 30 minutes. Does not apply to drivers using either of the short-haul exceptions in 395.1(e).[49 CFR 397.5 mandatory "in attendance" time may be included in break if no other duties performed]
    • 60/70-Hour Limit: May not drive after 60/70 hours on duty in 7/8 consecutive days. A driver may restart a 7/8 consecutive day period after taking 34 or more consecutive hours off duty.
    • Sleeper Berth Provision: Drivers using the sleeper berth provision must take at least 8 consecutive hours in the sleeper berth, plus a separate 2 consecutive hours either in the sleeper berth, off duty, or any combination of the two.
  • Derek Birgin -- Co Owner
    Destination Transport LLC
    203 Jackson Street #204
    Anoka, MN 55303