Profile For Mike H.

Mike H.'s Info

  • Location:
    Milford, MA

  • Driving Status:
    Experienced Driver

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  • Joined Us:
    8 years, 7 months ago

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Posted:  5 days, 22 hours ago

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Bonehead mistakes in my first week solo OTR

But you didn't hit anything. That's a win.

THIS is the most important thing

Posted:  3 weeks, 6 days ago

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Anyone work for KL Breeden and Sons?

It seems to be more of an owner/operator outfit,so you probably won't get much information on them here,as this site is focused on helping new drivers learn how to maximize their potential the first few years in this career

Posted:  1 month ago

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What is this under my mats

Is there a container of something in the storage area under the bunk that may have leaked?

Posted:  1 month ago

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Positivity (See Picture)

This is awesome

I always blow the horn for any kid doing the arm pump...sometimes I even do it for adults

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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Does anyone workout while on the road?

If you went flatbed,you'd get a good workout a few times per week strapping and tarping loads

Posted:  2 months ago

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Poor condition of trucks for sale

I'm guessing a good number of these of trucks are bank repos The owner/lease operator couldn't make enough to cover their payments or maintenance on it

Posted:  2 months, 2 weeks ago

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Aced my CDL exam today!!!

Awesome congratulationsdancing-dog.gif

Posted:  2 months, 3 weeks ago

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Automatic or Manual training. Help me decide

I've driven manual transmission cars and trucks most of my adult life,and learning to double clutch a semi is/was the most difficult thing for me.I barely passed my road test because of it,and it's mandatory to pass

My first driving job was in an auto.

My second one was with an 18-speed,where the owner taught me how to float the gears and I did very well with that technique

Posted:  4 months ago

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Just a funny trucking picture to brighten your day

How 'bout, it was lifted up in the front using a fork truck with a side attachment on the forks and moved into position? But the brakes would be an issue. Maybe trailer was put on rollers then rollers removed?

You can easily release the brakes with cage bolts That's how tow companies move tractors and/or trailers

Posted:  5 months, 2 weeks ago

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Winter storm

I delivered a load Wednesday morning in Lawrence,MA and I'm off until next Friday I live in Milford,MA and it's raining with high winds,but it's currently 54 degrees Supposed to drop into the teens tonight

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