Go to a local CDL school if you can .
If you want to keep a regular schedule and not be pushed for miles I'd stay flatbed and go percentage. WTI will take you and start you off on...
Dry van is more laid back .
Hell no it ain't. world's world's difference. Crete would probably offer you more adventure if you do otr and you wouldn't be dealing with grocery DCs
Do you prefer reefer or dry van that's the big question
Go apply to a otr reefer outfit than they should count that
That's why drivers stress do your time otr for this exact reason. Sure you can go local straight out of school but this is what happens when ####...
Schnitter is becoming a cr England/Western Express
They need toilet seats that have traction. Well here's the deal, sometimes drivers have to hold it a little too long and rather than going to the...
50 cpm is ok for something like dry van. Not loads that require permits
Is New York being punished? They sure do seem to be
Try vaping gasoline to stay awake.
I cannot confirm this but according to the ATS website experienced heavy haulers start at 50cpm . Maybe im Missing something additional pay perks...
IV heard Wylie pays mileage . That's kinda scary for flatbed what do they start at and what type of miles you looking at
Looks good let's roll
I always felt that if you kept a clean record you'd always have stability being OTR. If you are local and from a smaller town you've only got a...
It's those roller dogs . Loves coffee also mutates your DNA
Fanny packs are for concealing crack pipes and crack
Comfortable tennis shoes or boots
[ATTACH] saw this on Craigslist , no flatbed driver in their right mind is going to haul at 40cpm