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    Columbus, GA

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AntoineF's Bio

Hi I'M 58 Years old A father of 6 and grandfather of 26 had been out of the trucking field since 1995, Back in since 2015. I been married for 30 years. I like to work on box 80's cars like the Chevrolet Caprice and Buick Lesabre to name a few, also I do some Computer and Cell Phone Repair in my LIMITED amount of spare time. Hazmat,TWIC Doubles/Triples and Tanker Endorsements, reefer,dry van and container experience running all 48 winter,spring, summer and fall

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Posted:  1 year, 10 months ago

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Looking for NEW TRUCKING HOME

HEY EVERYBODY ITS ME AGAIN Well out looking again for another job this time i finally don't care what trucks company have or how they are outfitted! I have found out APU'S,inverters, and a fridge is nothing compared to low pay and miles, and i can't eat a pretty truck, at THIS POINT I DON'T REALLY CARE IF THE TRUCK ONLY RUNS 60 MPH!

Before anyone jumps to judge me i have had one ticket in the last 3 yrs 7 mph over! no dot reportable accidents, no failed drug test or anything else to make me a risky hire! I am just tired of companies not keeping their part of our agreement, If they say i have to run 3 weeks at a time i'll do it with no complaints but when its time to go home i expect to get home(freight allowing) not being sent West from PA to new mexico while i live in GA 2 TO 3 DAYS BEFORE I'M SUPPOSE TO BE GOING HOME! I thought Marine recruiters could lie in the 70's but these truck recruiters have made it a new art form! I HAVE YET MET A FM,DM YET WITH ANY KIND OF BACKBONE OR HONOR! kNOWING i haven't met they all, but the few I have met leaves me thinking if i was in combat with them, can you say "friendly fire" . Ok bad joke!

All I want is the pay promised, and the hometime ASAP due to my location as promised, and no phone calls while i'm sleeping on my 10 hr dot break!

Looking at Heartland,barr-nun and jb hunt intermodal and a new company with only 3 trucks 7 sons out of georgia,maybe smaller would be better?

I'M old at 58 no longer is a mans word his bond it seems, I'm not looking to BE baby sitted but if keep my word i expect the same, (trying to get into heaven now-LOL)

I dont hang out in truck stops and only stop because of the gladly accepted 30 min rule! we drivers love so!

I'M NOT perfect and sometimes that old tymes MARINE shows his head, but leave me alone and let me drive and i'm as happy as a ------- in a pecker tree!

Anybody got any half descent leads, Don't worry I won't use your name. If your'e worried !

Well get some rest and be safe thanks

Posted:  4 years ago

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Does anyone know how long it wold take a team to get 140000 miles(estimate conservatively Please or best guess or worse scenario ????????????

Antione, I don't know where you get this stuff. I completed the Swift school in early January this year, and I do not believe they have changed that much in 6 months. BTW, I am speaking up, defending my experience there, not the company itself.

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swift it cost 16.00 a meal to eat in Memphis

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Sure, if you eat two meals! (no breakfast served) Their main lunch deal is $7.95, so two - maybe lunch and dinner - makes the 16 bucks.

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no stores within 4-5 miles and no transportation

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True! I once drove 4 miles to the closest Walmart

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the school director told our entire if we thought we could get our cdl's in 33 weeks we needed to be for real(even thou that's what they advertised on their web page?

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If I read this right, 33/4 is 8 months & change. Yes, get real! If you can't hack the course in two months, do some re-thinking.

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also i have read that some people end up having to stay up to 5-10 weeks don't know if its true?

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Can't say. I do know you may need to wait a bit for a mentor. Some of my co-students had to wait 2 weeks at home till the mentors came available. Not "5-10 weeks". I knew these people, I didn't read it on any web site. (Yes, all the stuff on the internet is true! LOL!)

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.18 cents a mile for 120,000 miles

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Are you writing about the mentor training? not at Swift! They pay students BY THE HOUR for either driving ($9.50/hr - that does work out to .18/mile at 50mph) or on duty not driving ($7.25). Not the "riches" of a solo driver, but better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick.

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.18 cents a mile for 120,000 miles

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What is this 120,000 miles all about? The mentor training is 200 hours, I believe, and after the final tests, there are no additional requirement to upgrade to solo.

First off in you were there in Jan you were in millington right but at the Memphis terminal you stay at the holiday in Memphis it cost 16.00 for dinner and we get up to early for breakfast,they have microwaves in the room but being by the airport there is no stores close by!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and that 2 months crap we did not have 2 months we had 11 days when i went in June they had(20 or so) trainers that quit and 3 class was sent home for 4 weeks more or less so they could schedule the cdl test. and what the director said if we thought we could get a cdl in 3 weeks we need to be for real he said there was no way we could get them in 3 weeks the whole class was there so why would i lie? and if you read its celadon not swift that requires 10,000 miles with a trainer then 120,000 miles with a team to fulfill the contract!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Swift pays by the hour not celadon they pay by the mile .15-.18 cents. You are one of those company defenders who never understand things change it was June 2015 when i was there not Jan 2015 this is what there when i was there!!!!!!! read before you attack next time. and swift cafeteria does not open at 6.am when we get to school at the Memphis terminal!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and it was swift own site that stated get your cdl in 3 weeks not some nut on the internet also it was their school director to think you would or could get them in 3 weeks was unreal thinking!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! see super truckers don't read you just attack and call people a liar without being there? swift and celadon have two different training procedures on by the hour and one by the mile read read read ther is no dinner meal to get at school at swift in Memphis.

Posted:  4 years ago

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Does anyone know how long it wold take a team to get 140000 miles(estimate conservatively Please or best guess or worse scenario ????????????

Having a school in Alabama shouldn't matter. Also, many other companies provide free food and free lodging.

You're choosing a company based on the least important things you should be considering. It doesn't sound like you're too enthusiastic about team driving.

Listen, you need to pick a company for the right reasons. The average driver pay for a new driver is in the low 30's, so based on our math you're willing to sacrifice 10,000$ yearly salary just for free food and lodging (which pretty much every company provides for free).

You see where I'm going with this?

I think you need to go back to the drawing board and decide a company that fits you for the right reasons - and providing a free 3$ meal shouldn't be the deciding factor.

I know you're probably tight on money (I was too) but there's always something you can do to give you some breathing room.

I don't know where you get 3 meals at swift tit cost 16.00 a meal to eat in Memphis no stores within 4-5 miles and no transportation ! i lost 50 lbs while at swift? and the school director told our entire if we thought we could get our cdl's in 33 weeks we needed to be for real(even thou that's what they advertised on their web page? And you are right the team thing i hate? also i have read that some people end up having to stay up to 5-10 weeks don't know if its true? and .18 cents a mile for 120,000 miles which could be 6-12 months is a joke? they claim 50,000 first year when you stay in school for a month or more plus 6 wks with a trainer then 6 months to a year getting the 120,000 miles that is almost a year so the must mean your second or third year? These companies just tell you anything but the truth it seems? What I liked the school was only 3 hrs from home not really a priority but if things went like swift where we had 11 days of training and had to wait 4 wks or more to come back for road training and cdl skills test wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You state other companies provide lodging and food which one's or there any that require a shorter commitment and better training pay with trainer than .15 or .18 a mile? good-luck-2.gif

Posted:  4 years ago

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Does anyone know how long it wold take a team to get 140000 miles(estimate conservatively Please or best guess or worse scenario ????????????

Is Celadon your only option?

It looks like not even they are an option? I have my Alabama cdl-a permit with hazmat,tanker and doubles/triples, no felonies clean dmv driving record? Can't pay for it on my own? I drove from 1982-1995 cdl-a NC. DOWNGRADED BIG MISTAKE Tell everyone keep your cdl don't downgrade even if you know you will never drive again big mistake!!!!!!!!!!!!! Never say Never!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!sorry.gif

Only chose them because they have a school in Alabama and provide food and lodging!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Tried Swift big mistake!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Got My Permit on my own no school even endorsements too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted:  4 years ago

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I got it!!!!!!!!! I passed my CDL permit test!!!

Hey all!

I'm so very excited because I PASSED my CDL permit test and am the proud holder of a Class A permit :)

Just posting to say thank you, thank you, thank you, for all the feedback and answers to my posts/threads that helped me prepare for the test. Between the HRTP and this forum, I felt like a rockstar on that computer :) I went to a job fair today and an information meeting at the school that I will be STARTING ON MONDAY! So very happy :)

Anyways, from the bottom of my sunshiney heart, thanks :)

Melly

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Posted:  4 years ago

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Does anyone know how long it wold take a team to get 140000 miles(estimate conservatively Please or best guess or worse scenario ????????????

Celadon requires student to drive 140000 miles at .15 cents a mile to meet contract requirements, driving as a team how long can that takeembarrassed.gif Does anyone know how long it wold take a team to get 140000 miles(estimate conservatively Please or best guess or worse scenario ????????????

The way I see it if I'm not wrong (even thou they say you get paid team miles its still .15 cents a mile until you drive the 140000 miles) more miles one week or not for 140000 miles @.15 = $21,000.

$21,000 / 12 months = $1750.00 $1750.00 / 4 weeks = $437.50 a week before taxes After My deductions= $404.03 a week

So that's like I will be making $10.50 a hour for driving over the roadwtf.gif

Sleep in moving truck, putting up with another person, no life, hard to get home time, low cpm since divided by two, Who takes truck home, who sleeps in top bunk when truck is stopped, sometime one person works harder and drives more than the other, arguments over making trip plans, lack of space for your stuff..... Oh and did I mention, putting up with someone else 24/7, sounds like being in prison wages includedrofl-2.gif

I make $23,700 a year now is this a pay cut? Net take home now $441.84 a week!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I wanted to make more money to take care of my family better not worse? Is this why forums say they can't keep drivers? and you only get .33 cents a mile after contract solo, don't know what the team pays after contract? I think it is .48 cents a mile split plus some few pennies for extras, .24 cents a driver is that the standard for teams in the industry? 140000 miles @ .24 cents get you after deductions $599.32 a week for teams is that good?(insurance,401-k not included)

Posted:  4 years ago

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Need the truth on Celadon Quality driving school . any truth will help guide and build my confidence.

Greeny, welcome to Trucking Truth!

You are right about there being a lot of useful information in this thread, but boy you sure changed that trend with your last post. Look, I know you are a green horn, and I'm glad to see your handle reflects that understanding, but you seriously need to do your homework before you start making statements like this:

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The lease options works best because you can get most of their money.

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The whole purpose of the truck leasing programs is to transfer most of the company's expenses over to the lease operator. So, what the driver ends up getting is most of their expenses, not most of their money! If you think that team pay at .20 cents per mile is low, just wait till you get a taste of that .90 cpm along with the expenses of fuel and maintenance, and God forbid any major repairs that might just happen to come your way.

Keep studying and reading in here, you'll get a masters degree before you even get started good, but PLEASE don't let yourself get suckered into anybody's lease program until you absolutely understand what you're up against. And hopefully, by then, you'll know better than to try that anyway.

So I will get only 437.50 before taxes a week while I am driving the 140000 miles to fulfill the contract right? 140000 x .15= 21,000 dollars 21,000 / 12 months= 1,750 dollars before taxes a month 1,750 dollars / 4 weeks= 437.50 before taxes a week After deductions = $404.03 And that's if I can get 140000 miles within 1 year Does anyone know how long it wold take a team to get 140000 miles(estimate conservatively Please or best guess or worse scenario ???????????? confused.gifconfused.gif

Posted:  4 years ago

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If anyone has time what do you think about this truck for a husband and wife team that only wants to go home 4 times a year?

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If anyone has time what do you think about this truck for a husband and wife team that only wants to go home 4 times a year? What would you haul,type of trailer you would get etc., http://www.commercialtrucktrader.com/listing/2006-Kenworth-W900l--114467111 JUST DREAMING fantasizing what it would like?Maybe I'll Win double this amount of money LOL:rolleyes:

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Not going to work unless you are doing some specialized hauling. I believe that the truck will be too heavy. I would have to know the scale weight before a decision can be made. If it is more than say 23k full of fuel you can not haul most loads. That truck would be better for those loads that are light in weight but you would have to have a dedicated styrofoam account... LOL

I love your avatar that's the look I get when my wife says did you get the * i ask you for from the store?

Posted:  4 years ago

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If anyone has time what do you think about this truck for a husband and wife team that only wants to go home 4 times a year?

If anyone has time what do you think about this truck for a husband and wife team that only wants to go home 4 times a year? What would you haul,type of trailer you would get etc., http://www.commercialtrucktrader.com/listing/2006-Kenworth-W900l--114467111 JUST DREAMING fantasizing what it would like?Maybe I'll Win double this amount of money LOL:rolleyes:

Posted:  4 years ago

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DOES QUALITY DRIVERS/CELADON GADSDEN ALABAMA REQUIRE STUDENTS WHO ALREADY HAVE THEIR ALABAMA PERMITS TO RETAKE THE PERMIT TEST?

I went to quality in Indy. Several students already had their permits. They still had to sit through all the classes, but didn't haze to retake the test.

That sucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! could use that time on the skills range better use of time,i guess they do it so it can be included in the price huh? I wished i had the 250 to just take a third party cdl test and get this over with. have been trying since February 2015 to get my cdl and keep getting involved in this type of bull at these schools!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted:  4 years ago

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How much can a Rookie Solo driver make, Im gonna tell you !

I want to caution people. Yes this was a good week for a solo driver and he drove his butt off but this will not happen every week. Because of one thing or another you will not see this type of miles every week. Unless your on a dedicated account like I am you will see on average 2000 to 2500 miles a week. These good weeks come and go.

Celadon says with 6 months experience .33 cents a mile what do they for 1-6 months i wonder cant find that infomation? is .33 bad or about average?

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DOES QUALITY DRIVERS/CELADON GADSDEN ALABAMA REQUIRE STUDENTS WHO ALREADY HAVE THEIR ALABAMA PERMITS TO RETAKE THE PERMIT TEST?

I was just informed that a student 5 months ago was forced by Quality Drivers/Celadon in Alabama at the Gadsden Alabama School at Osborne had to retake the Alabama CDL-A Permit test, The reason was it was in the contact that they pay for it? Is this strange or is it just me? could they not just reimburse you the cost? I have a Alabama CDL-A Permit with HazMat,Tankers and Doubles/Triples paid for by me and earned with study on my own this sounds crazy? Does any other school require this when the school is in the same state your permit was issued in?

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CDL training school in Opelika, AL

CR England sent me to American Truck Driving Academy in Opelika, AL it's a 3rd party school they contract through no it's not a glamorous school the trucks on the backing field need to be replaced they had one that if you stayed on the brakes to long you lost air pressure you ended up having NO brakes. they had 5 road training trucks and 3 backing maneuver trucks 1 road truck just sits there because it went to Freightliner to have a new clutch and transmission put in with in a day after they got it back it wouldn't go into 5th gear so they have to wait for the other one being serviced to get back before they send it off again. The instructors know what they are doing I was in and out in 3 weeks yes I know I need more work on my backing maneuvers especially alley dock but I know that will come with time in the real world. The school needs updating they also have a no cell phone policy while on school property if you're looking for a school with newer equipment than this school IS NOT for you but if you live close to the school and want to learn the basics than go there. Also the hotel CR England puts you up in it's alright but watch out for housekeeping they're thieves if you can bring your car because there's not a lot to do unless you have a car to go back and forth.

Hi did you get your cdl i live only about ten minutes from the school already have my cdl with all endorsements from Alabama? couldn't afford to pay the school fees on my own? how many weeks were you there?

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MA CDL A exam state troopers

I've heard it from alot of old timers say Mass is so ridiculous at the things they fail you on. It's no wonder that all you see around Mass is not just job posts but huge highway billboard signs asking for CDL drivers, because to get one in MA is so fn hard. I've never heard of anyone passing the first time and most take 3-4 times to pass at $350 a pop. I'm going for my fourth time and here is some of what I've see personally and experience:

1. First time around I did my inspection perfect the state trooper said got almost every single item on the list, but he had to fail me because when I went in the cab I only turn the truck to electronics to display my gauges and test lights. BULL

2. First time failed the airbrake test because I said after releasing my parking EBrakes I'll wait till the needle stops and time it over a minute and shouldn't lose more than 3 PSI over that minute. Forgot to say that I lose 5-15 PSI when I release my EBrakes. Bull

3. One guy finished his airbrakes and was done with the airbrake test and just shutting down the truck and pressed on the brake while the EBrakes where on. Failed the airbrakes because state said he was compounding the brakes. Bull

4. On my alley on one pull up I slipped into fourth which gave the truck a jolt so I tried to put it in second and it slipped into reverse for a second and it made the beep, but I didn't move. So I just get into second and continue the pull up. State trooper counted that as two pull ups because he was in his car just listening for the reverse beeps and not watching. So when I got almost in the alley and was just looking to straightening it out before backing up I failed for going over the pull up limit.

5. Seen guys fail the maneuvers because they didn't get out of the truck using three points of contact. Trooper was telling people that they weren't driving the truck in a safe manner and some other bull which made no sense how getting out of a truck effects the way you complete a maneuver.

6. Same trooper fail people for looking out the back window. Which make no sense when in the real world you will use everything you can to do the maneuver safely.

7. The reason I'm going for the fourth time. I failed at the every end when I say every end I mean the every every end. Took the trooper out on the road and was a piece of cake even told the trooper if I pass (which I assumed was) I had a job interview right after for a driving position and I would finally have a job. Told him I was paying out of pocket for everything and the bank account was getting real low with $350 a pop. So completed the road exam and trooper is telling me I did great. We're in the parking lot, I'm at a complete stop at the parking space, I put the EB on, put it in low gear, and go to switch off the ignition, and my foot comes off the clutch and the truck stalls. Trooper looks at me and says I just failed for the truck stalling out. Which left me a grow man almost breaking down knowing now I don't have a job and running out of money to pay for another test because at the every every end while I was parking in the parking lot my truck stalled instead of shutting down. The trooper just got out and said "O well you drove great you should have no problem the next time". Even my instructor was looking at the guy like the biggest ******* the trooper was. I was so in shock I stood in the truck for awhile thinking about if this guy was just joking. The instructor even tried talking to the trooper about it because it wasn't so ridiculous. But that's why people absolutely hate state troopers because they're not human. To fail the driving part of the exam on something that was not even driving and was so minimal. So now I'm at around $6000 in to this and now I got to wait 4-6 weeks to get another exam date and hope to pass that.

All of this is why every single person there at the exams including the instructors are getting fed up with it and the things they are failing there students on. While the troopers are complaining about coming on their days off and the huge backlog of guys trying to pass. Had a guy that drive OTR for 14 years go for the test with me because he let is med card expire and he even failed for the same reasons. Mass is a joke

I feel for you brother seems they have funds raising racket going on think how much they are making in retest fees the feds need to investigate them something in the milk isn't clear there? Can you go to another state take the test and then come back an change it over? that would be an extra expense too? but man you deserve better than that they are losing tax revenue from people not working who could be driving and getting paid and paying income taxes? They are always saying people don't want to work and want a handout the they do everything they can to keep you from working?

Hang in there they can't keep a good man/woman down

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I got it!!!!!!!!! I passed my CDL permit test!!!

Congrats and happy driving

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Attending Caledon School in Gadsden, Al

I will start school in Gadsden, Al for Caledon on the 26th of this month. I will do a daily post about it here, in case anyone is interested in it.

Hello I have My Alabama CDL Permit already with HazMat,Tanker and Doubles/Triples I just need My Passport and TWIC Card? Will That help me any already having them?

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Attending Caledon School in Gadsden, Al

I will start school in Gadsden, Al for Caledon on the 26th of this month. I will do a daily post about it here, in case anyone is interested in it.

Hello I will be going to Gadsden, Al on the 29 June 2015 does it help if you already have your permit and all endorsements(HazMat,Tanker and Doubles/Triples) just need My Passport,TWIC?

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Looking for help with 90* ally dock manuver

Having just gone through this at Advanced School of Driving in Fontana, my instructor gave me some tips to help make it through the backing exercises.

First thing you need to master is straight line backing. Pull forward and get the tractor as close to straight in line as possible and center the steering wheel. As you prepare to back up, put your hand at the bottom of the steering wheel. While backing, move your hand in the direction you want the trailer to go. And never move more than a quarter or at most a half turn of the wheel. If you keep a close eye on the back wheels of the trailer in your drivers side mirrors, use that side as your guide. If you need to move the trailer wheels closer to the left line, you move your hand left from the bottom of the steering wheel. Only move about a quarter turn, then turn back the other way to straighten out the tractor. Practice this and you should master straight line backing.

For the 90 degree alley dock, line up about 8-10 feet away from the front edge of the docking cones. Idle up (I used 4th on a 10 speed) so your door lock knob is aligned with the far side cone, and start counting up 12 seconds then stop. Go into reverse, and turn the wheel to a right hand lock. And allow the tractor to come to just less than 90 degrees off the trailer. Now this is where it gets a bit tricky. You have to remember that right is tight, left is loose. So while you are completing the maneuver, as soon as you hit that 90 degree mark, you stop and lock the wheels back in the opposite direction. At this point, before you start moving again, get your head out the window and track the trailer. This is where you have to just learn how to watch the trailer and get it into the hole, making adjustments as you go back. And you should not need to completely uncurl the hook on the trailer unless you hooked it too tight to begin with, or if you are cleaning up a straight line back. If you need to do a pull up to straighten out the tractor and trailer, then you can back in easier. If you master straight line backing, you should be able to get it into the hole for your test with one pull up, maybe two.

Hope this helps a bit. Best of luck!

could you draw this out or break it down i'm confused? 8-10 feet from the front edge of cone?

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Swift Pay During Training

Found out today in class that I will make minimum wage(Alabama min. wage 7.25) plus$ 1.00 for driving miles with trainer and min wage (minus the extra 1.00) for all other duties on truck with trainer

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Swift Pays Minimum Wage During Training With Trainer

Found out today in class that I will make minimum wage(Alabama min. wage 7.25) plus$ 1.00 for driving miles with trainer and min wage (minus the extra 1.00) for all other duties on truck with trainer

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