Profile For George B.

George B.'s Info

  • Location:
    Dobson, NC

  • Driving Status:
    Experienced Driver

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  • Joined Us:
    4 months, 3 weeks ago

George B.'s Bio

Team driver for life I suppose. Went to Cdl school in 2010 and have driven for Cooke, Dude Smith, William Smith, WLA, and Cooke again. All out of Mt. Airy, NC.

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Posted:  5 hours, 3 minutes ago

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Which company to start with, i'm located in Kentucky!

They train also according to website.

Posted:  5 hours, 53 minutes ago

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Which company to start with, i'm located in Kentucky!

Shelbyville Tennessee not Kentucky

Posted:  6 hours, 42 minutes ago

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Which company to start with, i'm located in Kentucky!

Check out Titan out of Lexington.

Posted:  23 hours, 18 minutes ago

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Almost done the 6 week training

My apologies for being a smart$&&. Best of luck. Who do you drive for? Most companies are automatic.

Posted:  23 hours, 47 minutes ago

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Almost done the 6 week training

Floating gears makes you belong in this industry? confused.gif

Posted:  1 day, 8 hours ago

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Witte brothers inc Cdl training

Good stuff. You will learn more (good and bad) everyday. Keep us posted!!!dancing.gif dancing.gif

Posted:  3 days, 4 hours ago

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Back to trucking

Pretty much have to start from scratch. You will most likely have an easy time w maneuvering, backing etc once you start training again. I would definitely look at company sponsored training. Some of the most popular training companies are detailed here on TT. Continental Express, Witte Bros, RE West, and online transport (I think) also have training programs depending on where you are located.

Posted:  3 days, 13 hours ago

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Two Month's Experience Reflections

Listened to some of your podcast. smile.gif Good stuff. Hammer down!

Posted:  4 days, 5 hours ago

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Any one hire after an accident

Check Kennesaw Transportation out of Rydal Ga

Posted:  5 days, 7 hours ago

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Witte brothers inc Cdl training

Nice! Have fun. Keep us posted. Trust me, a lot of us will be reading. Especially since we do not see much on here about Witte Bros!

Posted:  5 days, 7 hours ago

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Truck crash yesterday on I 465 near Indianapolis

Oh thats a great reason to raise some more prices!dancing-dog.gif

Posted:  6 days, 3 hours ago

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My Prime Upgrade / First Month Solo Experience

Love this. Keep up the good work. Hammer down!

Posted:  6 days, 3 hours ago

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Only one year work history cdl training rejected everywhere

I have heard great things about Witte. Best of luck! Keep us posted!

Posted:  6 days, 5 hours ago

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Weird break areas

In an alley near Kodak I think outside of LA. Not weirdest place to park, but when I walked to find some food I was wearing a blue bandana, some gringos in a monza pulled up to let me know I should remove the bandana. They were cool supposedly but it was the wrong color a couple blocks away. I just returned to my truck and slept.wtf-2.gif

Posted:  1 week, 1 day ago

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Fmcsa does not care about your opion on Cbds

Personally I back cbd and even thc to help w certain ailments etc. However, if the product can impair ones ability to properly operate machinery, car, big truck, f$&&ing chain saw, dont use it. And it defnitely does not belong in trucking. Even if "pot, weed, marijuana" were to be made legal one should not be allowed behind wheel of commercial vehicle under the influence. I myself stopped driving a time or two because I drank too much coffee and/or red bulls. 80,000 lbs people. Clear head. Clear mind. Hammer down. God bless!

Posted:  1 week, 2 days ago

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My Prime Upgrade / First Month Solo Experience

Your first truck is a great and scary feeling at the same time. Proud but oh crap someone is letting me loose with 80,000 lbs. Ha! Love it, that you and Packrat got to meet up. Hammer down!

Posted:  1 week, 3 days ago

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Owner operator advice

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Posted:  1 week, 3 days ago

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Which company to start with, i'm located in Kentucky!

Look at Continental Express out of Sydney, Oh. Nothing wrong w Stevens, Swift, PTL out of Murray, Ky! Lots of great companies w great training program. Good luck!

Posted:  1 week, 3 days ago

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The TruckingTruth Meet Up Thread

I figured. I have a buddy nicknamed packrat. His beard is shorter. Other than that they favor.

Posted:  1 week, 3 days ago

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The TruckingTruth Meet Up Thread

I should have read the hat first!rofl-3.gif thank-you-2.gif

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