Profile For Bruce H.

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    4 years, 1 month ago

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Posted:  4 years, 1 month ago

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Why I left the industry

1000mi/day @.50?! Maybe I need to go to a small company. $$$ign me up. Lol

Posted:  4 years, 1 month ago

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2016 Best Fleets to Drive For

Thanks for sharing this Brian. Out of curiosity, who is this list by? Thanks, Bruce

Posted:  4 years, 1 month ago

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Recruiting events

Hey Bucket I don't think it can hurt to get as much information as possible, keeping in mind what the recruiters are there for and what their job is. Also- I was interested in a company that said 'three months exp required' on most job listings etc., but guess what? They started advertising using the 'no cdl/experience required' if you attend their school. Since things change all the time you never know. Maybe a company that interests you will be interested in you as well! Best of luck, Bruce

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Freight has been slow my friends

Hi Sam, I would say now is the best time to come get started in the industry so you can become one of the Good Drivers all the Trucking Companies are looking for...!

Ken C.

Thanks Ken. I was actually thinking of the stock markets. When share values go down, many people panic and pull out- when in reality that is the perfect time to stay in and invest even more as the same amount of money buys more shares. When values go back up- bingo- you are way ahead of the short sighted day traders. So in my inexperienced opinion this makes me think this would be the best time to start. Companies will want to run you when they spent thousands to recruit and train each driver and can pay you a low starting wage. When things pick up again- there you are (hopefully), an experienced and safe driver with a good record. Sounds like a win/win to me.

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Roehl Transport's New Training Contract Is it fair?

Hi everyone. As a new member of TT, I just wanted to thank everyone for their input in this interesting thread. Take Care!

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56 and Starting over in trucking: Part 2

hi BB. I'm a newer member of TT and I just read your part one series. I wish you luck at your new school and good fortune for you!

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