All his posts are pretty much complaining...
It being a safety feature is one thing. But people don't need their foglights on in the daytime, with no dog
7 years for me, though none OTR, and only with one employer. Have a somewhat similar deal with going to the same places, though that part isn't...
Not sure if it's been mentioned, but do try to rush anything, better to go slow and do it well and be safe, then to #### up.
True, but a very livable wage depending on where you live though
For 60 hours, you shouldn't settle for less than 1k a week. What benefits do they offer?
I run that many and I'm local
One thing I haven't seen mentioned yet, is CYA, because not a single other person will.
I've been hauling sludge for the last 3.5 years. As far as I've experienced, there is no way to stop it from smelling completely. Then again, I...
And still make more than alot of college graduates!
If your OTR, and you take the truck home, it doesn't really matter. But for local, I personally wouldn't drive more than 45 minutes one way to work
To go with the previously mentioned hauling to water treatment plants, you can also haul out of them. I haul the wastewater for a chicken plant...
Apply at OD anyway, you may get lucky
I may have only been doing this 4 years, but I can tell you this, expect stuff to not go right and you'll breath a little easier. As far as your...
It's a regular 9 to 5 gig
And the DOT-4 air brake fluid
Just going to add zip ties, several pens and a small notepad.
Somebody that has zero clue on how to make minor repairs..