Rocky Mountains, CO
I am a SOMEwhat experienced driver. I need to update this but I'm on my 34 right now. Later.
I'm a mom, a girly-girl, and a tomboy all-in-one, so I kind-of surprised my teachers who expected I might not be able to hang with the big boys. And honestly, in the beginning, I didn't even know what a bushing was, but I asked a lot of questions and the instructors were extremely cool, teaching me everything I wanted to know. I soon excelled.
I just finished school last week and am pretty sure I did really well, thanks to this site. As a veteran, I was able to obtain funding for a private school here in Denver, through the state workforce.
This site has proven to be invaluable in every way. Thanks, Mr. Aquila. Your site is famous around here. I came to school ready to take my permit test and was among the few in my class who passed on the first try. Since the class started (full-time, 2 weeks in the classroom, 2 weeks on the road and the range) I have been able to remain in the top rankings, most likely due to the resources I've found here... ...plus, I actually DO like big trucks. Tee-hee. They're fun to drive. Vroom-vroom!
I'm looking at hauling dry pneumatic tankers for a company just outside of Denver, (my 2nd choice of companies) home every night or whenever I'm off, and with long hours, I'm sure. My school has recommended one beer company and one soda company but I'm really partial to tankers. Anything that looks mean and tough sounds really good to me.
I just finished school last week (6/12/14) and had a great experience. Awesome. Hit me up, (once I figure out how you can do that) if you have any questions from a newly-graduated student.
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