Advice on Maverick

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  1. Cali kid

    Cali kid Road Train Member

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    Now were talking lol
     
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  3. ScottM

    ScottM Light Load Member

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    I've hauled oil before in a straight truck years ago but not gas. As long as ya keep the tires on the pavement and don't hit anything, I guess it'd be alright.
     
  4. Cali kid

    Cali kid Road Train Member

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    And don't cross dump or overfill or well the list goes on.
     
  5. ScottM

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  6. Dinomite

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    Are you a driver? If not that's probably y it went over your head.

    Ok Vinny in my slow voice. You try a bunch of jobs they all suck. Now you are happy to work in fastfood.
     
  7. Dinomite

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    What part of the country are you from Scott?
     
  8. ScottM

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    I've drove class B trucks since 1992 just not combination.
     
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  9. ScottM

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    I live in Franklin Ky.. 6 miles from I-65
     
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  10. fencitup

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    No, I don't do the driving.
     
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  11. Chinatown

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    I've seen those Key Oil drivers hanging around across the street from the Flying J.

    Maverick's OK, but there's other flatbed choices.

    Waggoners Trucking Co.
    Decker Truck Line
    Hoge Motor Co. in Springfield-they might take your Class-B experience into consideration.
    Boyd Bros. Transportation

    Personally, I'd go for Waggoners because I like those real long haul jobs running coast to coast. That company does all sorts of stuff; flatbed, covered wagon, car hauling, specialized hauling, delivering supplies to oil fields, etc. That's not for everyone though. Some drivers don't like to venture too far from their zip code...lol.

    Good reefer outfit in Goodlettsville, Cardinal Logistics, at the Associated Grocers Warehouse.
     
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