why do you SNI drivers keep dropping your trailers so low?

Discussion in 'Schneider' started by Jabber1990, Apr 6, 2016.

  1. Road Jouster

    Road Jouster Light Load Member

    Now that is funnaay....
     
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  3. Home_on_wheels

    Home_on_wheels Road Train Member

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    I agree with you completely. That's why I disabled mine, no more problems. Yes, it can be disabled.
     
  4. HotH2o

    HotH2o Road Train Member

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    Last I heard he was at the truck stop waiting on a load(4 weeks +). Maybe he's working for Schneider until IRT finds him a load.
     
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  5. Road Jouster

    Road Jouster Light Load Member

    Shhh... don't say that too loud...company may try to figure a way to block that from happening.
     
    Last edited: Apr 10, 2016
  6. gentleroger

    gentleroger Road Train Member

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    I'm not a fan of OnGuard. There are situations where OnGuard acts inappropriately. However as much as I think we'd be better off without it I can't argue with the numbers. Dropping the speed on company trucks to 60 MPH is the only other thing is the last 25 years with a similar impact on DOT reportable accidents (read rear end accidents and rollovers). Even if the technology isn't perfect, from a legal perspective the company is better with it.

    It's real simple and the company already knows a couple of the ways drivers defeat OnGuard. If you're an IC then it's your choice. If you're a company driver and get caught it's your @##.
     
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  7. mickeyrat

    mickeyrat Road Train Member

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    first I need to say #### you very much driver for this...an example of too low

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    and an example of better height , which allows a tractor to easily couple...
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    those couple inches make all the difference in the world.

    the top pic is my preloaded chep pallet load I am supposed to pu.
     

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