Do you know what the top limits are for BP and heart rate during the physical abilities assessment?
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If you choose to drive a Lightweight Tractor with Prime you are basically sacrificing space and comfort meaning there is much less space / storage capacity in the sleeper area. That translates into less weight meaning you can haul more payload (freight) and they are more full efficient. To compensate drivers Prime offers 05 CPM additional pay to drivers who operate LWs.
To put it mildly! I started my career with a skateboard. Wanted to reduce the sedentary factor of being a driver. I got WAY more than I asked for. hahaha You haven't lived until you're making the 3rd attempt at tarping an 8' tall load in 40 mph winds! Broke 30 bungees that day....
That is all consistent with what I was required to perform in 2012. I do not believe that's going to change much. So being outdated is pretty much a moot point. And it is the heart rate that they monitor during activity, not blood pressure.
Excellent question! I budgeted $25/day while OTR. I tried my best not to spend that, so I could save it up for things I wanted but I didn't really need. ( I had a small obsession with those audio books that they advertised as being "a movie in your mind." Lol) It never left me starving.