Don't get discouraged on the backing, it'll come in time. Even seasoned driver's have bad time's. Just take your time.
Just wondering, why are u considering otr?
Amen, Alway's look to the plus side of things.
It happens to the best of us. I truly admire your honest.
I get what your saying, but alot times those breakdown's happen thousand of miles from home, when you least expect it. Now your at the mercy of...
They bought some company out over in auburndale fl, that they turned into company trucks. Can't remeber the name , but it's over near the walmart...
Don't, do it. I, myself, have been an o/o for the last year. There's been some up and down times, but doing good at this moment, but like...
I have a cobra 1500, which works well for me. Cobra has great customer service, My inverter went out a few mos after the warranty. They still...
04' classic, old [IMG]England truck.
Thomas, is just covering his butt. Know one's job is safe at ta.
you hit it right on, ph.
Yep, was there 3 yrs, started in 07'. Was with the fac fleet for couplw mos, until they disbanded. Had alot fun with fac.
Company trucks are for student's only, last time, I heard. Experinced drivers have to lease or o/o.
Yes, they'll hire, but if you have and expirence, plan on leasing a truck. Company trucks are for student's only.
That's very true, ironpony. Learning how to drive a manual at school and driving in the real world, is a whole nother ball game.
Try looking on the web for x-long twin mattress, I found a used one, pillow top on craiglist for 100.00, or get some of that memory foam from walmart.
I would definetly go with a company that has manual trucks, autos are fine once you've been in the industry awhile and get use to driving the...
You still get your 2 day's off, your h/t actually starts when you get. Just ask to have in changed in the computer.
Well as of today, they're 1 driver short, me. Came home and found a local gig.