Profile For AJ D.

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  • Location:
    Nashville, TN

  • Driving Status:
    Experienced Driver

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  • Joined Us:
    9 years, 11 months ago

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Posted:  4 years, 11 months ago

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Dash Cam Again

Update : I ended up grabbing an Apeman C450. $50 and serves the purpose

Thanks again for the input

Posted:  5 years ago

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Dash Cam Again

Thanks for the input, guys... there are a lot more on the market than there used to be. A little numbing. lol

Posted:  5 years ago

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Dash Cam Again

I can't seem to find a recent thread on Dash Cams. Mine died and I'd like to know what the popular one's are these day's

thx

Posted:  6 years, 11 months ago

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Night vs Day Driving

I like to stick to the daylight as much as possible. One of the great perks of this profession is seeing the country. No can do at night. I am a visual person, so I start shutting down when there is nothing to look at... very dangerous for me.

Posted:  6 years, 11 months ago

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Companies that will train me if I obtain cdl permit on my own?

Have you given Roehl a shout? Big presence in that area and big base in Gary, IN... not too far. They have done good by me.

Posted:  7 years, 3 months ago

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Ryder Logistics

Anyone have any info on driving for Ryder?

Posted:  8 years, 6 months ago

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People care about truckers

Awesome !

Posted:  8 years, 6 months ago

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A question about Roehl?

Bad Dog. Now that I know you had prior driving experience I will tell you when I went to orientation at Conley, Ga. Atlanta terminal. There was a guy that was about 63 about 3 years older than me and he had prior experience but had not drove in 30 years and they had him stay at the facility and do his drug tests and physical and sent him out on local runs for about 3 days with a local driver to get familiar with the paperwork and then he did his test drive and backing exercise and then he was issued his own new truck and on his way back home with a load his truck to stock it up the way he wants it and started solo. If there is ever any unsafe driving conditions they want you to park in a safe place and call your fleet manager and let them know. Their main concern is that you are parked in a safe place first. They never bully or force their drivers. Excellent human resource and support team all the way. I was extremely shocked to see cameras in my truck because, it is not company policy and is not in but a few trucks. At no time was I made aware of this throughout my entire process and I stood my ground and let them know quickly that I signed no agreement or acknowledgement about being made aware that I could end up with a truck with cameras. Evidently the driver whom was assigned the truck before me was a very troubled driver so they installed them in his truck. The message board verified that. So I stood my ground and I will be getting another truck. Hang in there and stand up for yourself! They are a great company! Good luck Phillip M. Also with Roehl.

What type of cameras are you talking about and what do they look like? I have a lane departure system in my truck and it's simply a forward facing camera that observes lane markings and speed limit signs. Quite amazing really and has actually helped me center the truck better in my lane.

I agree that Roehl is a great company to start out with.

Posted:  8 years, 9 months ago

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CoPilot Users

If there are any copilot users out there, what device are you running the software on? I have a laptop, but I think that would be a pain to keep set up in the truck. (Although it would be convenient to have a fully featured PC ready at all times. ) ... I was thinking maybe a tablet would be the way to go. My iPhone 6 would be too small, I think. Both the tablet and the laptop would require some mounting hardware, so I'm not sure which way to go.

thanx

Posted:  9 years, 2 months ago

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Iceless Coolers and 12V Coffee Makers

Thanks for all the ideas, guys...

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