Comments By Leif L.

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Posted:  9 years, 2 months ago

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Truck Driving institute of Tupelo

Hi Brett,

I only posted the links to Prime's site because he asked. I already had those two pages open in tabs on my browser, so they were handy, but you are correct, all of the company reviews that are on this site have more information about them than their own sites have, so I should have linked those for him also.

I've been learning everything that I can on here since January of last year, months before I even created an account. I'm not big on posting, but I am a very avid reader. lol

Posted:  9 years, 2 months ago

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Truck Driving institute of Tupelo

You're welcome.

Also, I have to thank you Old School, along with Brett, Daniel B., Guy, and the many others here on TT for the wealth of information that all of you provide on a daily basis for those of us looking at entering this industry.

Daniel T, if you haven't started studying on the High Road CDL Training yet, it a great tool to use to get you going on the knowledge portions on the CDL tests. Many people have only studied on this and passed the knowledge tests without opening their state's CDL manuals.

Posted:  9 years, 2 months ago

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Truck Driving institute of Tupelo

Here is a couple of links to Prime's site. I am currently researching them also.

Potential Drivers

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Posted:  9 years, 4 months ago

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High road question

The way that I remember this for the practice testing is...

I just think to myself, 2 and 3, 3 and 4.

2 and 3 - no brakes applied (2 is single, 3 is combo) 3 and 4 - brakes applied (3 is single, 4 is combo)

Leif

Posted:  9 years, 5 months ago

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Rookies, what would you do?

I'm not much of a forum poster, but I guess this as good a place as any to make myself known on here.

My guess would be that if it is set in the maximum hole already, and still have that much weight difference between the tandems and drives, I would bring it back to the shipper and make them redistribute the weight properly.

I'm still going through the High Road Program, so I'm probably wrong on this. I'm going through it for about the 4th or 5th time now, and I'm nearing 100% across the board with just hitting the quiz at the bottom of each page without "cheating" and looking up the answers. lol

Leif

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