Wal-Mart Rider policy?

Discussion in 'Wal-Mart' started by okiejon, Aug 6, 2010.

  1. okiejon

    okiejon Light Load Member

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    Does Wal-Mart have a spouse rider policy?
     
  2. thelastamericanhippy

    thelastamericanhippy Road Train Member

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    Yes they do,

    the policy is No passengers !!!!
     
  3. DIESEL DOG

    DIESEL DOG Light Load Member

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    You have NO idea what you are talking about- Yes you can take your wife,kids, grandkids etc with you anytime you want,for as long as you want.
     
  4. mike91118

    mike91118 Medium Load Member

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    what age is the rider kid allowed to be
     
  5. trucker_ trucker

    trucker_ trucker Bobtail Member

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    Can you answer a question for me?
     
  6. DIESEL DOG

    DIESEL DOG Light Load Member

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    Not until you ask it
     
  7. Eggbert

    Eggbert Bobtail Member

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    The child needs to be "school aged". Hope that helps.
     
  8. JD_Junior

    JD_Junior Bobtail Member

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    Wal-Mart does allow riders. As far as I know they allow spouses and kids. Pets are not allowed neither are girlfriends or fiancés. Significant other must be wed to the driver. I started riding with my dad at age 7. That was also 12 years ago, so they may have changed their policy. When I rode, both parents had to sign a release form as well as the Transportation Manager, and then I was good to ride for a year. The contract must be updated every year though. Hope this helps ya!
     
  9. NYVET

    NYVET Medium Load Member

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    I asked this question at my interview...spouse and child up to 18, after which you need to get permission on a case by case basis (no idea why). And there's no waiting period. And no cost. Just have to fill out some paperwork. Awesome policy if you ask me.
     
  10. Extreme4x4

    Extreme4x4 Medium Load Member

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    I have been there a little over 6 months and have taken my 11-year-old with me on 2 separate occasions. It was my full week both times. Yep, a release paper that is good for a year is all you need.

    He loved it.
     
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