Coyote Logistics Peak Team Contest Requirements

October 22, 2020

UPDATE: The Coyote Logistics Peak Team Contest has ended and entry is now closed. Thank you to all who participated.

The Coyote Logistics Peak Team Contest starts on November 22, 2020. By entering driver teams into the contest and hauling Expedited freight with Coyote this peak retail season, you could be eligible to win up to $300,000 in cash prizes.

Before your driver teams start hauling freight to win the contest, there are a few things you need to take care of first.


1. Set Up Automated Shipment Tracking

Your driver teams earn points for every load they haul with automated shipment tracking. If your truck provides at least one automated location update to Coyote per shipment, that truck can earn up to 10 points. Trucks that do not provide at least one automated location update per shipment will receive zero points in this category.

Drivers can easily provide these updates by downloading the CoyoteGO® app for carriers. Plus, you can also use CoyoteGO to browse and book freight on our digital freight platform any time of day.




Don’t have a CoyoteGO account yet? Request one here.


2. Provide Excellent Service

Participating carriers are expected to maintain a 99.5% on-time pickup performance throughout the duration of the contest. You also earn points for meeting expected transit times. Participants’ trucks are ranked each week and the truck with highest combined on-time pick-up percentage and transit time metric during the Weekly Round will receive the full sixty (60) points. Please drive safely. Participating carriers must comply with all applicable laws and regulations, including, without limitation, hours of service laws and regulations.


3. Make Sure Your Drivers Are Ready

Your drivers must be fueled up and fresh on hours of service at the start of each day. Coyote also needs to have your team driver information for each load at the time of sale. Make sure all load information is correct before your drivers start hauling. You can confirm and update truck numbers assigned to a load by logging into CoyoteGO®

For more information about how to update your details for your active loads, click here.

4. Get Certified

Participating drivers must be licensed to transport freight in all 48 contiguous states in the United States. All participating carriers must also have at least $25,000 in trailer or non-owned interchange insurance and a validly executed Non-Owned Equipment Services Amendment with Coyote.


5. Accept That Routes May Change

Given the dynamic nature of the holiday shipping season, please understand that planned routes are subject to change and per mile rates may be adjusted. Any changes will be communicated in the load notes, which you will need to accept as part of hauling that load. Detention and layovers are also not granted for freight hauled as part of this contest.


6. Communicate

We know unexpected circumstances may come up, and we rely on you to keep an open line of communication with Coyote. If your drivers do run into any issues in transit, please report those immediately to or give us a call at 773-365-5650.


You can also view the full rules and FAQs for the Coyote Logistics Peak Team Contest here.


7. Join the Coyote Network

Carriers participating in the contest will need to join Coyote's carrier network in order to be assigned freight. 

Not in our network yet? Join here.


May the best driver team win!


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