Passed full Level 1 and got a sticker for the windshield

Discussion in 'Questions From New Drivers' started by otterinthewater, Oct 16, 2018.

  1. TankerP

    TankerP Road Train Member

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    Sounds like you missed out on the best part. In California they use organic lube and biodegradable surgical gloves.
     
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  3. REO6205

    REO6205 Trucker Forum STAFF Staff Member

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    You're learning, right? And you're getting paid while you're learning?
    If things were too easy you might not learn enough to get you through the bad times.
     
  4. Manny328

    Manny328 Light Load Member

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    I got one there too
    A couple weeks ago
    Got the sticker to prove it

    Edit: I was inspected at the EB I10 port of entry
     
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  5. Brettj3876

    Brettj3876 Road Train Member

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    Find somewhere that's not piss soaked (I know very hard to find) and spend 1-2 hours on a 10 or 34 and really get a good look at her. Make notes take pics do whatever you have to do so you can know you'll pass
     
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    Jwhis Heavy Load Member

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    I do that when I’m at the terminal and can go under the trench. But as an example of a new guy situation, I got put OOS in Georgia for inner wheel seal leak. So I am being extra careful. Now today I find this. I called it in unsure and just paranoid. What would you do?

    It wasn’t raining or anything and all the other wheels are dry
     
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  7. tscottme

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    The best part is now you don't have to be careful anymore! ;-)
     
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  8. Scooter Jones

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    The inspector even "counted" your triangles? WOW! He was actually able to count that high? ;-)
     
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  9. HopeOverMope

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    I would get on the ground and inspect it. See if it’s oil, find its source. It looks like it could be a wheel seal or maybe not. If it was leaking and your in a company truck, it needs to be fixed.
     
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  10. Jwhis

    Jwhis Heavy Load Member

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    I tried. I can’t physically fit under the truck but I got down there and lied down ran my finger all up around inside there just grime no oil per se.
     
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  11. HopeOverMope

    HopeOverMope Road Train Member

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    Well. You could clean it with brake cleaner and a rag and keep a close eye on it. If it is a seal, you don’t want it running dry in there either.
     
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