Profile For BK

BK's Info

  • Location:
    Madison, WI

  • Driving Status:
    Experienced Driver

  • Social Link:
    BK On The Web

  • Joined Us:
    7 years, 3 months ago

BK's Bio

I'm a 69 year old (as of 10/21) single male. Retired from a 49 year construction career and getting into driving because I've always been interested in professional driving and seeing the country.


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Posted:  12 hours, 33 minutes ago

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Inward Facing Cameras & AI

I watched a video on YouTube put out by an obnoxious guy called Tim Travels who says he used to be an attorney. The video was all about this new camera policy at Prime and a company safety meeting held to assure drivers that the new system was to their benefit. I’m certainly not that familiar with the inner workings at Prime but I guess this issue has caused a major ruckus.

At Helwig we have the driver facing cameras and it’s a non issue for me. I’ve never heard anything about AI being used with the camera system, but we seem to be slow to implement new technology, probably because of the cost. Heck, I think our Omnitracs and navigation program came over on the Mayflower in 1620. (AD, not BC). Maybe that’s a blessing in disguise.

Posted:  14 hours, 33 minutes ago

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Stressing over nothing

Chris, that’s great for you! Sounds good.

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Posted:  14 hours, 36 minutes ago

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Locating members

You reminded me. Haven’t heard from Real Diehl for a long time.


Posted:  15 hours, 3 minutes ago

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Locating members

Laura still keeps in contact with Anne, I think.

As for the packrat, he got busted for faking his heart transplant and he resigned as a member.

Posted:  1 day, 12 hours ago

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Got my CDL license today through a private school and wanting to start OTR

Rodolfo, welcome aboard!

There is one regular member here who did team. He is Stevo and he was with CRST. Have you called them?

The company I drive for has only one husband and wife team that I know of. But each driver has to have at least 6 months experience. We have two other couples, but they each drive separate trucks. One couple tried to team but it didn’t work out as a team so they each went solo with the company to avoid a divorce.

Have you ridden as a passenger with the GF? If so, I guess you must have gotten along well enough to consider the team thing. But driving team would be different from just being a passenger. I’ve heard that team driving as a couple is very hard on a relationship. Have you really thought this through?

You might want to consider getting some experience as a solo driver before doing team. Honestly, I would be very nervous doing team with a new driver. I don’t think I could sleep for fear of an accident.

Posted:  1 day, 13 hours ago

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I wonder how unusual this is

Weighed out a load of dead cow and got this result. I’ll probably never see two identical axle weights again. First time in all my 17 million imaginary miles driven. Lol


Posted:  1 day, 13 hours ago

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Diary Of The Exploration And Bivouac At Georgial Pacific Of Kansas City

Dude you have a gift. This is funny as hell 😂

Yes, you have a gift. And too much free time, as well!


Posted:  2 days, 19 hours ago

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Strange Events

Looks like corrosion big time. Is the trailer plate coming un-welded?


Posted:  2 days, 19 hours ago

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I might (hopefully!) be getting training soon!

James, GREAT NEWS! So far your perseverance has paid off. You really hung in there, man!

Like Old School said, there is a lot ahead of you before you get your own truck. We’re all here to help you along the way, so don’t hesitate to ask lots of questions. Your persistent nature will be of great benefit to you as you navigate the steps ahead of you.

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Posted:  3 days, 18 hours ago

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2024 DOT Roadcheck, May 14-16







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