Another Topic Just For Fun - What Was Your Last Load? How Much Did It Weigh? How Many Miles?

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Mr. Smith's Comment
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Grade A Raw Milk 60140 LBS net 66 Miles

Mr. Smith's Comment
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That’s right!

Load of 21aa limestone 98000 total gross of 152500. Only happens in Michigan

PackRat's Comment
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Just delivered this afternoon a 13,408 lbs load of Wolverine boots from the manufacture in Beaumont, CA to a DSW DC in Columbus, OH. 2256 total miles.

PackRat's Comment
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Delivered a relay this morning in Lebanon, IN. 38,747 lbs of steel cables. 226 total miles. That's since 0600 Wednesday morning when I grabbed it. Awesome roads and snow in Indiana, my least favorite state to drive through.

Carter's Comment
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Almond milk 42k lbs 1013 miles Woohoo...😁

PackRat's Comment
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Delivered a relay load this afternoon, started from the Indianapolis terminal to Aberdeen, MD. 44, 623 lbs of Clorox products. Total of 657 miles.

Terminal:

A facility where trucking companies operate out of, or their "home base" if you will. A lot of major companies have multiple terminals around the country which usually consist of the main office building, a drop lot for trailers, and sometimes a repair shop and wash facilities.

Jenny's Comment
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Orange juice, 43k and 3174 miles 😬

PackRat's Comment
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Latest load delivered in the middle of my days off at home last night. Was not able to get that appointment date changed. 38,500 lbs of mixed groceries from PA to Norfolk, VA. 545 total miles. 40 minutes unloading, then another two and a half hours waiting on the paperwork..... Back home for a 34 hour reset now.

TommyGun's Comment
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43,500 Coca Cola Products to Walmart DC at Los Lunas, NM.

Walmart moved like they had a propellor in their ass and got me unloaded in an hour.

Nice little 800 mile run.

G-Town's Comment
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43,500 Coca Cola Products to Walmart DC at Los Lunas, NM.

Walmart moved like they had a propellor in their ass and got me unloaded in an hour.

Nice little 800 mile run.

That's the Wally D.C. Gladhand is assigned to.

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