Now wait just a darn minute....those dispensers are shoulder (actually boobie) high on the wall in the shower....if you really think about it, that would really take some talent to.........well y'all can finish this thought all by yourselves!
Spit in soap dispenser at Flying J
Discussion in 'Truck Stops' started by lilillill, Nov 21, 2009.
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- Nov 18, 2008
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I carry soap and water in my truck, the restrooms are normally dirty and nasty. Another reason to use CFN and Pacific Pride.
I don't see how driver coming out of the schools now could be any worse than the ones currently on the road. I also do not get how one driver thinks he is better than the other as seen regularly here in these post. Get over yourself, your probably most of the cause of the problems.
Maybe you should see if you could improve the situation instead of constantly running everyone else down. As afr as Swift or CRE or the rest I have not driven for any of the new wave big companies, but on I15 some of the most polite drivers are SWIFT and CRE. For what it worth maybe you could learn from them.
If you think this was written to you then it probably was, but it was not written with a target. Just tired of the undue bashing. It is simply not productive.
Working Class Patriot Road Train Member
- Jan 17, 2008
I just don't put out my info.....
Someone else here on the board posted my home address...my phone#'s....
That someone works for the FMCSA and did it to prove his point.....
I too, carry my own soap and shampoo so as not to rely on questionable products in some of the truck stops.
In terms of the quality of the bathrooms, I was recently at the Ruther Glen / Carmel Church, Virginia (I 95 x 104) Flying J and they have done a renovation that makes me think I walked into a hospital's operating room. Everything was very nice including the new layout of the TV room and the laundry area.
I am wondering if this upgrade was solely Flying J suits doing or someone at Pilot pushed them into it. Any thoughts?
Rookie O/O, vet driver Light Load Member
- Oct 17, 2008
Carry your own soap, shampoo, and a pair of flip-flops to use in the showers. Just because the toilet cleaners at these truckstops say they are clean doesn't mean they are. The black grout doesn't start out black. That's mold. Keep a can of Tenactin, or Lotramine foot spray, too, as a preventative measure. Even if you don't need it, use it. I've noticed that my feet are much healthier since I started doing this. They don't hurt nearly as much, either.
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