Profile For Kevin C.

Kevin C.'s Info

  • Location:
    Durango, CO

  • Driving Status:
    Preparing For School

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  • Joined Us:
    9 years, 9 months ago

Kevin C.'s Bio

I am 51 years old and single with no children. The more I think about my life, Being an OTR driver will be a perfect choice at this stage in my life. I have been in Heavy Highway construction most of my life and have traveled around the country paving some of the smoothest roads in the country . I'm the rare courteous four wheeler that flashes you guys back into line.

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Posted:  9 years, 8 months ago

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Well this chapter of my life is over!

I wish there was a like button. Daniel and Jopa, I grew up in Reno, Moved to Stateline, Tahoe and owned a tour company that went to all the ski areas and the Bay Area and Eldorado County Winery's. You guys are the crazy neighbors I haven't met yet. I live in Colorado now but i will meet you all very soon :-)

Posted:  9 years, 8 months ago

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FIVE WEEKS UNTIL START OF CLASS. GOT PULLED OVER FOR THREE MPH OVER....

As the smoke rolls out my ears and the C***t leaves..... first ticket in twelve years.... I'm pretty muched f***ck'd now????? wtf.gif

Posted:  9 years, 8 months ago

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Greetings, I'm New

Yes people.... the "always wind" rofl-3.gif

Posted:  9 years, 8 months ago

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Greetings, I'm New

You say you are "emotionless" on your decision.... are you really sure about that??? I am starting school in August and I have Zero family or kids. You will be away from the house for months at a time. When you're 2,000 miles from the house and your wife goes into labor then what? Your income for the first year is going to suuuuuuuckkkkka.. I'm not trying to bring you down however, plan on months away from the house. when you leave for school and then pass (One month (ish)) then get on the road training (three months (ish)) ya just can't run to the house when you're "under load"....

I really hope hope you have the fortitude for this... It's a lifestyle not a job. I truly wish you all the best and may the always wind be at your back.

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Posted:  9 years, 8 months ago

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Eliminating cigarette odor out of your semi-tractor

Hi you all, first time posting here.

I'm a 40 year old finally getting a career, trucking. I should have done this 10 years ago. I did my training, got my CDL, and scored a job with a smaller company that I think will be a great fit. I'll be driving a reefer trailer and picking up food in Los Angeles, then delivering LTL loads all over the west. Not bad huh? I'll get to travel my favorite states, like CA, AZ, and Nevada.

Getting on to the topic, my observations are that there are a lot of tobacco users in the trucking occupation. It seemed everyone in my CDL school either did "dip" or smoked, including the instructors. My company trainer smokes, no big deal as that will only last for a few weeks.

But you know when they assign me my own truck that thing is going to stink of cigarettes. And that triggers asthma with me. When you're a new driver you get the beater I understand, it was the same way when I drove a taxi.

So, is it possible to completely remove cigarette odor, and get the truck smelling awesome again? I'll do whatever it takes. If it costs money to have it professional done, no problem. The truck will be permanently assigned to me. Or I could try doing it myself, I did buy a steam cleaner a couple of days ago for household use. I also read about ozone shock treatments to remove stubborn odors.

I'll be living out of this truck for up to a week at a time, so I want my "home" home to be comfortable and smell good. Thank you.

www.itk1.com. Try the "Target Surface Cleaner" product on there. It works wonders on cat ****, (trust me on that one). This should do you just fine. You can actually call the owner and he will send you a spray bottle of it. It's 100% all natural and has zero nasty chemicals plus, it smells great. IMO

Posted:  9 years, 8 months ago

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Walmart Truck in Tracy Morgan Accident

Personal responsibility is no longer an option........ It's obvious the "Government" will be able to keep us safe....

thou (me) must STFU....

Be safe my friends

Posted:  9 years, 8 months ago

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Walmart Truck in Tracy Morgan Accident

WTF happened with the ELOGS?????? never mind... when ya drive for a trash corporation I guess they expect this... SMH wtf-2.gifwtf.gif

Posted:  9 years, 8 months ago

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TT NEW CENTURY

Any one know who they are????? (were)

Posted:  9 years, 8 months ago

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Continue with Road Test in another State

You have to do the pre trip every time you get near a truck. I think i'm confused...

Posted:  9 years, 8 months ago

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Continue with Road Test in another State

I am glad I'm not going to Indiana for school. I plan on having my permit with all endorsements before I Leave Colorado. (You get to the front of the line faster from what I understand)

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