Five days and a wake up. Next Saturday is a very important day to me because it means I can resume laying the debts I have accrued over the past 12 months. That assumes I find an employer who is willing to put me to work; I am confident about that, but not cocky. And I know very well that I will be "damaged goods" for a while, so keeping my nose clean and my mouth shut will be necessary.
I learned today that the state of Michigan does not require anything special (other than a valid medical card) to reinstate a suspended CDL. I wasn't expecting that because a suspended driver license requires a $125 reinstatement fee. That must be because a CDL is a privilege added to a driver's license and, even if it is suspended, the holder can still exercise the privileges of her driver license.
It is strange that they don't require a monetary reinstatement fee for a commercial
I have been writing posts in various forums on TTR for a long time and often wondered if I was doing the right thing. There have been times when I just wanted to write som non-specific sentences and just found somewhere that seemed to fit.
The non-specific nature of what I occasionally post is better suited for a blog and I don't know why I didn't realize that before now. But I didn't and do now.
Perhaps people will read, perhaps not. No matter. The
Updated 2 Days Ago at 08.13 AM by DenaliDad
Looking for info on brown trucking as company driver/lease..
truck setup..thanks in advance..
I'm going to make chicken chili today. Thought I would share the recipe for doing it the easy way in the truck.
1 lb chicken breast strips. Frozen is fine.
1/2 bottle water
1 can diced green chilies
1 can black beans
1 can white northern beans
1 can yellow corn
1 cup shredded Monterey Jack cheese
1 cube chicken bullion
I see a ton of posts on here about FedEx Ground. I have no idea where many of these posters get their facts, the vast majority of what I see is wrong. I thought I'd set the record straight.
Myth: FXG makes their drivers run 66 mph because of tight scheduling.
Fact: FXG bids each run out at 50 mph, plenty of time not to drive like an idiot.
Myth: FXG encourages their drivers to be unsafe.
Fact: "It's only packages. It's not worth anyone's life
Based on experience in the trucking industry i've found. That no matter how good you do your job these companies find ways to rip you of your "Pay". My we need to stand up. Trucking company need a driver to hual the goods should pay up front in full. Win or lose. Time to let these companies take that risk of hope. Stand up or else get rip off.
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