Profile For Moby

Moby's Info

  • Location:
    Athens, GA

  • Driving Status:
    Preparing For School

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  • Joined Us:
    3 months ago

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Posted:  2 months ago

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I dunno, I just don't know.


I am pretty sure yoiu will agree with me immediately. Your recruiter is simply referring to the freight they deal with at that company. They may not be a good fit for you due to that reason.


I do agree with you. I have only seen one of their trucks in my home area as compared to numerous Swift, Stevens, Prime, and CFI. The lack of visibility makes me think that I will have a difficult time getting loads home.

Now, if they keep me around Disneyland, I may be able to make that a home away from home. Oh, the torture.

Posted:  2 months ago

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I dunno, I just don't know.

Hope that covers the info about starting with Prime, and sorry about the wall of text!

Thanks NaeNaeInNC, no worries about the wall of text, I have spent a ton of time reading so many different posts and blogs on this site, yours is current. I got a few nuggets from the post, thank you.

As a question to anyone, some of the logic that I am use is based on what trucks I see in my area. A couple of the companies, I just don't see often and I really wonder about home time.

As an example, the company with the most aggressive recruiter (once again, not complaining) has told me numerous times that 90% of the loads are on the left side of the nation. I live on the east coast. Is the logic that only 10% of the loads are to the east will make it much more difficult to get quality home time well guided, or over thought?

Posted:  2 months ago

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I dunno, I just don't know.

I am a NOOB, almost. After 21 years of driving fast cars and playing with guns, it is time for a career change. Filled out a form on this site and I am being flooded with emails and calls from companies wanting me to drive (no complaints). Of course, I have zero experience driving a big, so I will need training.

The megas seem to be the answer for what I am looking for, but which one? And are they the answer?

I have ruled some out as I just don't see them as a fit. Others, I am still strongly considering. What do you, as experienced drivers have to say?

There are some ground rules though.

1-Give me real meat to chew on, not just opinion that's anywhere on the internet. I need the who, what, when, where, why and how from you.

2-I am leaning toward CFI, Prime, and Swift. I would like to hear about those, but will not rule out others.

3-Company School or private school?

4-Did I mention #1?

Thanks ya'll

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