Striving to Be on the Cutting Edge of Sustainability
100% California Compliant
Total Transportation Services (TTSI) is a leader in California Compliance and we guarantee it - from drivers to environmental sustainability we are driving the future of transportation.
As one of the largest delivery carriers in Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach, we pride ourselves for being at the forefront of reform as a company.
We are dedicated to our drivers, reducing our footprint, and providing our customers with outstanding service.
Our drivers are at the heart of our operations and Total Transportation Services (TTSI) is 100% California Compliant - offering a robust driver employee program.
Total Transportation Services (TTSI) is committed to leaving as small a footprint as possible on our precious environment.
Our ecological goals are to drastically reduce our operational emissions and environmental pollution.
We have expanded our fleet of sustainable tractor-trailers, and are very excited about the new zero-emission fleet we are launching.
Drivers are at the heart of our operations, and we are dedicated to treating them as such. TTSI is proud to have a strong working relationship with the Teamster Union and is 100% compliant with all California labor laws.
Over the past few years, California courts brought significant changes to the transportation industry by defining commercial drivers as employees and created compensation guidelines. Previously companies contracted independent owner-operators.
TTSI implemented company policy in 2015 to ensure drivers are employees, ahead of legislation. Our robust driver employee program offers great pay, benefits and vacation, plus a paid driver training program that empowers the workforce-at-large to trade the office desk for the driver's seat.
Drivers are compensated for all hours while on duty. The State of California established guidelines that if drivers are paid piecemeal (by the mile or by the load), they must also receive hourly compensation while doing all other duties. Examples include: wait times, pre-trip and post-trip inspections, and breaks. Previously, industry norm was to pay piecemeal only.
Electronic Logging Devices (ELD's) track driver hours. Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) track these hours. They ensure labor guidelines are followed by electronically limiting the number of continuous hours an individual driver may work in a single shift.
TTSI streamlined its driver logs from paper and pen to On-board Electronic Logs (ELDs) so they could more efficiently log trips and hours. We understand that any new technology in the workplace introduces a significant learning curve. TTSI made sure to implement ELD's well ahead of legislation to ensure our drivers were trained and comfortable with the new technology.