age restriction on truck and trailer.

Discussion in 'Refrigerated Trucking Forum' started by truckman29801, Jul 23, 2013.

  1. Lone Ranger 13

    Lone Ranger 13 Road Train Member

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    And Whataburger also has a good steak fajita... never had in and out. Heard they are over rated.
    Somebody suggested I am from Texas. I was born I Dallas. But grew up in NC. No whataburger here yet.
    My trainer took me to whataburger in '92.
     
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  3. snowwy

    snowwy Road Train Member

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    when in n out came to my city. it was the rage on the news. and people lined up for miles when they opened. i never heard of the joint till then.

    these days it just sits there. probably won't be opened much longer. i know i won't be going back.
     
  4. luvtotruck

    luvtotruck Road Train Member

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    Sorry for this thread being high jacked, but where are you? in and Out don't close up!

    To the OP keep it shiney and clean and run with it.
     
  5. Skunk_Truck_2590

    Skunk_Truck_2590 Road Train Member

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    Not sure as an O/O on age requirements but I do know a shipper will turn you away if your trailer has damage, dirty/odors, or mechanical problems.
     
  6. truckman29801

    truckman29801 Medium Load Member

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    Yeah, i opt to buy a newer truck like an 07, just incase i wanna. Lease to someone. Yeah if i woulda bought the older truck i would have had plenty of money left over but i figure this will be better for me with newer equipment
     
  7. crzyjarmans

    crzyjarmans Road Train Member

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    truckman29801, Your profile says "Trucker 1 year", don't know if this is current, but if you are a 1st year driver, be very careful, I have seen many young drivers after driving one year, think they know all the ins and outs of being an O/O, just to find out they didn't and end up loosing their equipment because they didn't take into consideration of all the insurance, freight claims, ext. ext. ext. that comes with owning a truck and trailer, best of luck in your new endeavors, I hope you succeed
     
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