Ohh boy!!

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  2. AModelCat

    AModelCat Road Train Member

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  3. Magoo1968

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    How fast before it becomes a full team truck instead of super single truck .. trainers will be in sleeper not passenger seat I bet
     
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  4. Badmon

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    I'm genuinely worried
     
  5. cman87

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    Doesn't mean insurance companies will let them
     
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    Zero ####s given here.
     
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  7. Wasted Thyme

    Wasted Thyme Road Train Member

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    Big deal. Nothing to see.
     
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    The trucking companies that are going to want them, are the ones that are SELF INSURED, which IMO should NOT be allowed.
     
  9. Bean Jr.

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    I was talking to a guy from Bristol, TN. If he had a CDL when he was 18, he would not have been allowed to drive from one side of the city to the other.

    On the other hand, when I was 17 and got my class A, I could drive all over the third largest state!

    You guys are worried about nothing.
     
  10. lual

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    The catch phrase for Alfred E Neuman (the face of Mad magazine) was, "What--me worry?"...and ours should be, too.

    Let's sit back, relax...and enjoy watching this downhill trainwreck.

    Most trucking companies want an incoming driver to be at least 21 years old (many, older than that), anyway.

    --Lual
     
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