Not sure the answer but that’s definitely a problem.
I heard it was hard to find good freight out of Florida.
Midwest is huge trucking ground.
Wow. Those cars are charred.
17,000 is a good price for a truck with new clutch and tranny.
You have to be a veteran driver to get 80-90k or haul hazmat or oversize. Most of the time.
Go to a Cardinals game at Busch stadium while you’re stuck there.
They have nice equipment.
Cowboy hat is the best.
It’s because the big company drivers mad their truck can’t go 75 in a 75.
Robots suck. They can’t do any human’s job.
At least black smoke looks cool.
I’m not saying leave them open. I’m saying if you accidentally do, and they are attached, they won’t be a problem.
If the door is latched to the side of the trailer correctly it shouldn’t swing at all.
If the door is correctly hooked to the side.
Not this soon. Will be a while longer. Hope it never happens though.
If it’s empty there isn’t any problem with it.
I would just muscle through it. There is no easy way around it.