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Discussion in 'Refrigerated Trucking Forum' started by Ddr1992 579, May 19, 2021.

  1. PiscesLuv

    PiscesLuv Light Load Member

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    Been driving for JB Hunt for almost 2 yrs I’ve hauled everything from Reefer, Van, Flatbed, and Containers for them. All the accounts I’ve heard of and talked to need at least 6months experience and the accounts paying decently require you to touch freight I’m not scared of hard work I’ve done truck to truck unloads with groceries and I worked on their mattress account hand unloading mattresses. I can tell you now a good amount of their accounts are not for newbies the places you have to go are insanely tight and the backing required is definitely not for beginners. The trucks are short axel single bunks and we’re gov at 62mph pedal or 65mph cruise control.
     
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  3. Wasted Thyme

    Wasted Thyme Road Train Member

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    Honestly they do teach you how to be safe. That is their biggest drive. If you don't mind being stuck with them for up to two years. I'd say it is probably one of the best places to get your CDL and entry experience. Though you'll be stuck with the Auto Restriction until you retest with a manual.
     
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  4. Ddr1992 579

    Ddr1992 579 Medium Load Member

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    ####... that sounds exactly what I'm going to be looking for when I get my cdl and get done with driving school... I don't have a problem unloading trucks
     
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