And what do you exactly know about this segment of the industry?
The things I learn on here! Love this site.
Going backwards is easy lol. I can back it in spots no problem. Even parallel park!
Yes slide the fifth wheel. Wouldn't work on a regular stepdeck. We have specialty stepdecks and flatdecks they work with.
I have before, never been bothered. Mine I jump on the ramps on my truck. Or you can chain them up off the ground.
Better bring your A game. Hauling cars is easy compared to osow. Start off with a flatbed company to get used to different securement methods and...
Looked like this setup?
Start off doing flatbed or stepdeck work. Hauling cars is totally different. I personally loved hauling cars.
Might be a little far to Canada haha
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195,000lbs Alberta bound on Monday
Haha that's in my neck of the woods. Northern British Columbia
Nope they just held the save on food contract for years until the Hindus came in and undercut them so badly they couldn't compete. They are a good...
I'd be a little scared if they were backing beside my truck all day long lol
I don't know about the skill part with the rail haha. I'm willing to learn though and that's why I think I got the rail and the other guy got the...
Don't work at a union job than because you'll make the same as the next guy. For us the only difference is the more axles the more money but right...
Well I'm stuck in post falls for the long weekend and I have seen more system trucks than melton so I would say system.
Why should they get paid less? I got paid the same as experienced guys at lots of companies in the beginning of my career doing different kinds of...
No they don't. Can am might still have a quad fleet. Hard to think of companies that do long haul states side that are based in bc that are decent lol
Haven't heard anything good about them lol
What about aggressive or bandstra. There all over the place up there
I love moving stuff at night. Scales aren't usually open, less traffic, cooler weather for the truck.