even tho i am a grain hauler and have yet to drive a rig out of the state of iowa i agree with you 1,000,000,000 % that 4 wheelers need to learn...
iowa central comunity college in for dodge iowa
went there to get my cdl to drive grain truck going back to learn more
and thats after filling...
what kind of exp do they want from dock bumpers before they let you fb
not so strange but how about rotten corn to the landfill in another state (that was me) it stunk so bad my eyes where watering
i agree :biggrin_25512::biggrin_25512:
:biggrin_25523: nuff said
i live not to far away from a truck "stop" here in iowa and i see rohel drivers all the time they like it but they all say gary indiana...
have not seen ya in awhile i am glad things are work our for you
how far west do you run and i looked and saw nothing about o/o do they have any at all
QUOTE=kwforage Its amazing this doesn't happen around here more often. The amish here think they own the road. They will not move over for you....
i am driving the worst truck i ever had hauling grain and it is an old for L9000
i am glad it is for short runs i am so ashamed to...
it is good to see ya here lady k i hope all is well with ya
i could care less as long as it gets the job done
and i know where there is a cab over engine is for sale and the first chance i get i am buying it
Wheres the hip waders is sure is getting deep and i am about to
and i do see there trucks all the time as i live in iowa
makes me wonder
still at home the driver that drove my truck while i was on vacation blew up the engine and transmission so i am still staring at the 4 walls...
i dont have it and i dont need it as i do not haul ag chemicals i just haul corn or soybeans
jenn just wondering if yor in iowa i was looking at your number and saw the area code i have a friend along with her husband own a small all o/o...