Profile For crazy rebel

crazy rebel's Info

  • Location:
    milton, PA

  • Driving Status:
    Experienced Driver

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  • Joined Us:
    9 years, 1 month ago

crazy rebel's Bio

im a hard running driver,who came from a family of old school truckers.

i was raised old school,i have southern blood in me although ive never lived in the south,so some call me a misplaced rebel.

i will and do help all in need a clock isnt goin to keep me away from helpin those in need.

i started truckin in '09 but been in the business all my life,so when ive had some sit down meals with other drivers and spoke with them most to all told me im as old school as they are and to keep the dream alive.

so when i came to TT i wasnt goin to stay past my cdl trainin but then it hit me what if others need help? so i stuck around and im glad i did for i helped others help soon to be drivers get on track. i realized the true meanin to keep the dream alive and i am doin just that.

i do graphic designing for gaming leagues ,facebook avatars/headers,avatars for various sites,i work with an internet radio station.

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Posted:  3 years, 6 months ago

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Have you ever wondered?

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This is a job for Brett: get some magnetic signs made of the TT logo

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We were just looking into this yesterday in fact. We're going to be doing exactly that very soon.

if ya wish and need a designer for some help bud i design now along with driving , i have my own website that i do various designs for various sites here is a link to it. http://houzeofmizfitzdesi.wix.com/houzeofmizfitzdesign

Posted:  3 years, 6 months ago

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Have you ever wondered?

Green peterbilt 378 looks almost like a kw but ya can tell its a peterbilt lol , number is 134 itll have either a dump trailer or a belt trailer , yes im a grain hauler now lol. i go on more roads i never thought a truck would go on. i run Nj and the Bronx Ny

Posted:  3 years, 6 months ago

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Truck Drivers Road Music... favorite songs for favorite stretches of highway

I95 South corridor in Nj on Tp , Convoy by C.W Mccall or the other good one A Country Boy Can Survive by Hank Williams Jr

Posted:  3 years, 10 months ago

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What Would You Do? Part 3

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U befriend a guard yes this may work but some are real dot failures and they will bring out a flashlight thats almost as good as a blacklight and check that trailer then what lol just sayin. dont be lazy get it done asap after every load that has meat.

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He can bring that flashlight out all he wants to. The trailer is completely clean and dry.

k so its clean to the naked eye but not all blood plasma can be seen by the naked eye , and with black light it will show up.

Posted:  3 years, 10 months ago

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What happened to 'truckers'?

I run my cb always and i do stop n help n let others know , we old schoolers are a dying breed because of these new breeds coming in thinking they came from momma with a truck steering wheel in their hand.

Posted:  3 years, 10 months ago

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What Would You Do? Part 3

U befriend a guard yes this may work but some are real dot failures and they will bring out a flashlight thats almost as good as a blacklight and check that trailer then what lol just sayin. dont be lazy get it done asap after every load that has meat.

Posted:  3 years, 10 months ago

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The hills are confusing this florida boy

As guyjax said check ur gauges n if ya dnt have a turbo gauge , turn off ur jakes let her ride a bit within 3 secs ull know up or down

Posted:  3 years, 10 months ago

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Serious Question

Ull never get over hitting ur head get a haed hat lol i did just that bc just when ya stop hittin ur head ya get a new truck and its norm all different

Posted:  3 years, 10 months ago

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What Would You Do? Part 3

I drove reefer to start and ill tell ya this , whenever ya haul a meat load hit the first washout ya find not just the ones ya know of, and why did ya have a washout only 4 days ago? did it take 4 days to run that meat load? hos i dont care bout i can make hrs come available thru dispatch or my loose leaf log book. or they will swap load. so ya can go 63 miles and get washed or ask ur dm for a spot to get a diferent trailer thats close by that ya cant get this one washed and explain why. when ya get new trailer ask for the dm to fax a log sheet of the trailer to shipper ur butt is now covered. for this trailers log will be sent and prove it had no meat product for some time.

i have had to do all these at one point n time in my career its not fun n its time consuming but if ya want the good pay ya do as ya need.

Posted:  3 years, 10 months ago

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Getting very frustrated...

I had this issue once , some bunk heaters run with high voltage , unplug all accessories that u use that use power besides ur alarm clock . i did this and it worked

Posted:  3 years, 10 months ago

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Challenges of driving

I was told by many drivers before me "A bad day on the road is better than a good day at the yard" this means ur gonna have bad days its normal ,but ur still makin money.

Posted:  3 years, 10 months ago

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Trucking Language

I think of the stories my family told me of no a/c and sleepin under the trailer , i thought bout tryin a time or 2 just to go thru what my brothers n sisters did to pave this road.

Posted:  3 years, 10 months ago

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Trucking Language

The first time I heard " hey westbound there's a full grown sittin in center field just past the pickle park, shootin yer donkey as you go by" I nearly fell out of my seat laughing.

Translation: there's a state trooper in the median past the rest area with a radar gun.

But because I drive for pretty much the slowest company trucks on the road, I don't listen to the cb hardly ever because of the daily, non stop bs said by other drivers about our slow trucks.

another for this is shootin ya in the face which is he is lookin right at ya with the radar, or ya have a sitter and however many chasers which is a goober snatcher , or ****roach (cop) , smokie with a radar that just sits and others go after ya .

doughnut brigade is more than one sitting together

steering wheel holder is a driver that has no clue on what he is doing , we have lots of those.

truck stop sitter , driver who rather be in truck stop instead of driving

solar powered truck a driver who wont drive after 5 pm

Posted:  3 years, 10 months ago

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For Real, Back your FN Truck!

Some pull in bc 1 they dnt know how to back n are taught its safer to just pull in or 2 they r to tired to back safely.

all ya can do is be a professional and pull ur truck out safely , if ya cant clear him wake him up n ask him nicely to slide over a bit.

Posted:  4 years ago

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Paying your dues

Sounds bout right i did 5 stinkin yrs in otr , would still be doin it if it wrent for a mistake i made while thinkin i was being safe, but im hapier bein local now believe it or not i feel sorry for otr drivers that r out 3+ weeks at a time makin the same i do in a week and i go home every night.

Posted:  4 years ago

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DOT/BMI/MEDICAL DISCRIMANATION

The only ones i know of that were looking into this and fighting it is ooida and ata, if ya dnt know what ooida is its a group for owner ops very strong like the teamsters union, and ata haha yea African trucking association they did and never will do anything for the American truck driver they are a weak organization. so in short if ur not an owner op , ya might as well do as many have done and bend over and well you know right from the Obama nation.

Posted:  4 years, 2 months ago

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Here is a selfie i took the other day at work

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maybe i got it now i tried php codee but it didnt go so we will try this lol

Posted:  4 years, 2 months ago

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Here is a selfie i took the other day at work

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Posted:  4 years, 5 months ago

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Gas companies and water hauling

I haul in pa area north of williamsport, once in a great while we take a run to ohio

Posted:  4 years, 5 months ago

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Some pics i took while up on mountain gettin water

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the bears new name is winnie the pooh

the other 2 are what it looks like from the rear gettin water my pro pic has one of our trucks

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