New Drivers who want to considered Real Drivers

Discussion in 'Questions From New Drivers' started by MasterHouseholdMover, Feb 10, 2013.

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  1. MasterHouseholdMover

    MasterHouseholdMover Light Load Member

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    Ive been told I can rub people the wrong way. But when you do what I do for a living, you gotta be firm n be rite
     
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  3. MasterHouseholdMover

    MasterHouseholdMover Light Load Member

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    The High End moving industry is not for the faint of heart
     
  4. FozzyNOK

    FozzyNOK Road Train Member

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    I'm beginning to get the feeling that you are simply bored and here to troll.. you obviously have nothing real to offer other than wild, unfactual statements. Again, there are a lot of drivers here with more experience that you (claim) doing jobs which require more labor and even more skills that the general run of the mill bedbugger.. So continue to rave.. no one is buying it.. or have you noticed that not one driver on here has supported your view or statements? Does this escape you accidentally or on purpose?

    Had this been some sort of thread to help newbies, there would have been some sort of quantifying information to offer the people you were aiming the post at.. as of yet, there has been nothing to prove your post worth anthing other than the sheer entertainment value of others who really are in the industry to tear it to shreds as the sham that it seems to be.
     
  5. Cranky Yankee

    Cranky Yankee Cranky old ######

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    1980 i would load 40000 lbs of fish in 50lb chicken boxes by hand floor stacked into the truck on the outerbanks of nc
    and drive it to fulton fish mkt and unload it by hand but i was 27 then
    i guess i am no longer a professional...........sigh
     
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  6. MasterHouseholdMover

    MasterHouseholdMover Light Load Member

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    Fozzy, youre probably a driving school instructor. Thats clears by the tone of your posts towards mine
     
  7. Giggles the Original

    Giggles the Original Road Train Member

    :biggrin_2555:.....really???? i woulda never guessed
     
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    MasterHouseholdMover Light Load Member

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    My advice to newbies is clear. Do not go to a trucking school. Find a company that will let you work your way up be a driver. Saves the company and the newbie a lot of money
     
  9. MasterHouseholdMover

    MasterHouseholdMover Light Load Member

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    From the posts, sounds like most "professionals" in here have a vested interest in the trucking school industry
     
  10. Tonythetruckerdude

    Tonythetruckerdude Crusty Deer Slayer

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    OK pal..I'm 63 years old....learned to drive a truck (pulling a milk tanker) when I was 16...I just retired from delivering McDonald's restaurants for 30 years. I've driven around buildings, parked cars, etc since before you were born, and I'll guarantee you that I can walk step for step with you all day long.....not all drivers are 450lb hogs , that don't ever exercise.
     
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