What if it Snows?

Discussion in 'Questions From New Drivers' started by Dave_in_AZ, Mar 19, 2018.

  1. Cattleman84

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    My wife has thought about getting her CDL... Bit she has no desire to drive Class A... She was considering driving school bus for some extra income, but I think she thought better of that idea.
     
  2. Cattleman84

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    Needs a bath... And is taking a very long time to get through the wash line... I believe.
     
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  3. Blu_Ogre

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    Wife says she would be O.K. driving the truck but hauling a trailer around has her intimidated. She would consider an expediter though. Not sure about if her meds disqualify her though.

    At least she knows/accepts she needs them and got the scripts.
     
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  4. otterinthewater

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    It’s dirty.

    There was a line for the beacon. The OM was most displeased with the potential of missing a to go box I believe.
     
  5. Blu_Ogre

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    He's neglecting it while on home time. Worried about it developing a serious case of Lot Rot. Thing is going to have a nervous breakdown from lack of abuse hauling dog food and bottled water.
     
  6. lovesthedrive

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    At one time the wife was willing to co drive with me. That is until she found that she would be required to learn to back up. No, she doesnt like backing up.

    Granted she also thinks there is something wrong with his sign as well.
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  7. Lepton1

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    If you jump into a Beacon line in agriculture and/or oil country, it's best to see the condition of the trucks and what kind of trucks are ahead of you. BB charges by the minute to demud a rig. I paid up to $300 when I owned my own truck. I signed for BB bills up to $900 to clean a Halliburton frack pump.

    You DON'T want to get behind the line of frack pumps. BB will typically close off all but one lane, because the pumps each take about two hours. First they have to degrease every square inch of every pipe, flange, frame, etc. before they can begin with soap.
     
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  8. Dave_in_AZ

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    $76 - Tractor, engine, under carriage, hand dry, tire shine.
     
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