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Posted:  2 years, 1 month ago

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Best truck gps app for tractor trailers?

What is the best truck gps to use for trailers in your experience

Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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Should I be concerned if I never drove a 10 speed but got my CDL A in a 6 speed?

Hell yeah man!

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Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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Should I be concerned if I never drove a 10 speed but got my CDL A in a 6 speed?

That’s a good thing! Congratulations!

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Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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Should I be concerned if I never drove a 10 speed but got my CDL A in a 6 speed?

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No I didn’t double clutch

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Oh ok yeah then you'll need that practice you signed up for. Since it's not a DOT road test just a company road test they won't mind if you float gears if that ends up being easier for you but you will have to learn how to match the road speed and rpms just right since it's a different animal in a non-synchronized tranny.

Let us know how it goes

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They hired me..they road tested me in the straight truck and willing to train me on the 10 speed

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Awesome!!!

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Best to ya, going forward. So happy to hear!

~ Anne & Tom ~

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Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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Should I be concerned if I never drove a 10 speed but got my CDL A in a 6 speed?

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No I didn’t double clutch

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Oh ok yeah then you'll need that practice you signed up for. Since it's not a DOT road test just a company road test they won't mind if you float gears if that ends up being easier for you but you will have to learn how to match the road speed and rpms just right since it's a different animal in a non-synchronized tranny.

Let us know how it goes

They hired me..they road tested me in the straight truck and willing to train me on the 10 speed

Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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Should I be concerned if I never drove a 10 speed but got my CDL A in a 6 speed?

Sorry if this is an ignorant comment lol, but was the 6 speed you tested in a non-synchronized transmission? (i.e. did you have to double clutch in it?) The shift patterns aren't that hard to learn and the main difference is going to be that you won't let the rpms drop as much between shifts in the 10 speed since there are more gears. As long as you already know how to double clutch or float gears it shouldn't be hard to adjust.

No I didn’t double clutch

Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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Should I be concerned if I never drove a 10 speed but got my CDL A in a 6 speed?

They are not the same. I’d cram by looking at You Tube videos on shifting a manual 10-speed.

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Went for an interview today and their tractor is a 10 speed. I only drove 6 speeds and they wanna do a road test with me tomorrow. Should I be concerned?

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I’ve been watching and actually scheduled some lessons at the end of this month. I know the theory behind it but haven’t actually drove one. I’m just going to go in confident.

Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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Should I be concerned if I never drove a 10 speed but got my CDL A in a 6 speed?

Did you let them know you haven't driven a 10 speed before? They may be more lenient if you let them know your only experience was a 6 speed. You demonstrated to the state you can operate a manual its just a matter of learning the shifting pattern for the 10 speed. Easiest way is for your higher gears add the digits together (15 mph is 6th, 25 is 7th etc.) It may not be perfect but it's close enough to give you a ball park range. When I attended school learning on a 10 speed we started in 4th gear and came to a stop in 6th. Of course the higher you start the easier it is to stall. Some drivers prefer to start out in 1st gear even empty it just gets trickier in my opinion because the speed for each gear is so close.

They didn’t ask but when he was showing me around I quickly glanced at the truck behind his back to see. I pretty much know the theory behind 10 speeds but haven’t actually drove one. Maybe he’ll teach me since he said most of the time I’m going to be driving automatic straight trucks

Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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Should I be concerned if I never drove a 10 speed but got my CDL A in a 6 speed?

Went for an interview today and their tractor is a 10 speed. I only drove 6 speeds and they wanna do a road test with me tomorrow. Should I be concerned?

Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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Fair starting wage with no experience for cesspool pump trailer driver

For the amount of "Chit" you'll be dealing with, $25 ain't enough haha double that

Wow you think they’ll give me that with no experience? The said they do raises. We didn’t agree on a set pay other than at least $25/hr

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