Rookie Solo Driver
After more than a decade of screwing around and working minimum wage jobs, if any at all, I decided to get serious about life and learn a marketable skill. Now for most of my Millennial generation, that would mean go to college for 4 to 6 years, rack up tens of thousands of dollars of debt and still maybe not be able to get work.
I decided to take the road less traveled and get a skill that may involve getting my hands a little dirty and not involve a nice cushy desk job. Anathema to my generation, I know. But I love driving, and getting the opportunity to see the country on someone else's dime while making my living was just too good to pass up. So now I'm here.
I've recently graduated CDL school, and am about to be teamed with a trainer with my company in preparation for going solo. Will update as time goes on.