Comments By Darren R. (Aka snapper)

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Posted:  7 years, 10 months ago

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Part-time to full-time trucker?

I have had my cdl since 2013 and have only drove probably about 1 year total during that time. I work for the state of ohio and only get to drive on rare occasions. I have pulled coal buckets hauling grain, flatbeds hauling hay, hopper trailers hauling grain and a detach trailer hauling tractors and dozers. My department is closing and I might have to rely on my cdl to get another job and was looking at Ltl companies to be home more and wondered if I had enough experience to get one of those jobs. I have my class a and tanker endorsement but I plan on getting my haz mats and double and triple endorsements soon. I would appreciate any advice anyone has for me.

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