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Posted:  8 years, 3 months ago

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Prolly a long shot

The other thing I like is working 40-50 hrs and getting paid 40-50 hrs instead of working 70-80 and the dot clock saying 60...hurry up and wait

Posted:  8 years, 3 months ago

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Prolly a long shot

Brett- yes drive to the job and install whatever we're delivering

Apreciate the input sounds like a coin flip like most things in life I won't know if I like it if I don't try. I've always been good working with people and my hands which I missed otr. We'll see what happens plus they told me we work in pairs and since I'm the driver I'm the lead guy like I said we'll see how it goes

Posted:  8 years, 3 months ago

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Prolly a long shot

I got an offer from lowes home improvement 15/ hr 40hrs/wk. I'm prolly going to take it because it's more than just holding a steering wheel. we install what we deliver I'm looking forward to it. Just wondering if anyone has any expirence with them. I know it's a long shot cause most guys are otr. My hats off to you otr guys I could only last 13months but I wouldn't change it for the world...be safe drivers

Posted:  8 years, 3 months ago

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Pre employment drug testing

Just wondering I've heard both sides but does a ua detect alcohol...if I have a couple beers with dinner then take a pre employment drug test the next day will I fail for alcohol. Not that I can't go without a drink but if I have a drink then find an opportunity that I can take advantage of that day do I need to tell them I need to wait a day...thus possibly raising suspicion thnx

Posted:  8 years, 4 months ago

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Local hos regs

Thanks guys

Posted:  8 years, 4 months ago

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Local hos regs

Local HOS regulations are different than otr correct? I'm getting a local gig after putting 13 months on the road. I was talking to a buddy who said it was 14 hours a day we could drive but he wasn't certain. Well I'll make $200 a day so I'm thinking I'll be running the most hours legal since I'm not hourly just wondering if I'm looking at hour weeks any help would be appreciated thanks

Posted:  8 years, 4 months ago

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Leaving a company the right way

Good call on the pictures thanks

Posted:  8 years, 4 months ago

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Leaving a company the right way

Got a local gig $200 a day 5days a week home every night. I'm stoked but also worried about leaving current employer. Gonna put in 2 week notice but what if they don't run me or tell me just turn the truck in or put something bad on my dac what's some suggestions for making this an amicable split?

Posted:  8 years, 5 months ago

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For the trainers

Just the man I was looking for no problem I don't really know bow this forum works I'm not a big tech guy if you pm I wouldn't know how to get it but I would like to pick your brain

Posted:  8 years, 5 months ago

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For the trainers

I'm going to the trainer class in a couple weeks at prime what do you Iook for in a potential trainee I know the basics of those who are paying attention and asking questions during their pretrip class thnx

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