Profile For Marc Lee

Marc Lee's Info

  • Location:
    Kenosha, WI

  • Driving Status:
    Company Driver In Training

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  • Joined Us:
    2 years, 2 months ago

Marc Lee's Bio

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Posted:  3 weeks, 6 days ago

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Postcards from the Road! (Post Yours Please!)

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You just never know what the day's gonna bring. 0473233001598811399.jpg

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Looks like your typical OTR driver to me, us day cabs have standards after all.

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HEY!!! I RESEMBLE THAT REMARK!!!!

Hopefully you don't resemble that driver!

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Posted:  3 weeks, 6 days ago

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Postcards from the Road! (Post Yours Please!)

You just never know what the day's gonna bring. 0473233001598811399.jpg

Some things can NEVER be unseen!

(My eyeballs are burning!)

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But thanks so much for sharing!

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Posted:  1 month ago

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Portable Transportation Option: X-Treme Scooter

Looks fun.. you got one?!?!?

Rob D. ^^^^ check THIS out~! ;)

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Yes. My scooter / project. Tiny wheels, short wheelbase but yes, fun. People seem to like it. Couple shout-outs. One passer-by when parked for break and photo said we wants to get one.

Broke spring-suspension seat moving it (not sitting on it!). Going with plastic-fatigue / someone else's large a$$, not mine... Down to close to 150 I think now... Suspension post and seat I put on folding bike fit and is pictured!

One more mod. to do... need to stabilize and reinforce steering rod. Too much movement when turning... make wheel offset from center. Thinking a through bolt to keep position and pipe to reinforce it will work.

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Posted:  1 month ago

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Portable Transportation Option: X-Treme Scooter

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Posted:  1 month ago

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Portable Transportation Option: X-Treme Scooter

Folding bikes, ebikes, folding ebikes, etc. were a somewhat popular topic here a while back...

Came up with this one...

$55 to buy... about $200 "all in". Wound up with 2 new sets of batteries, 4 spare headset bearing pairs. New charger included.

36-volts, 350 watts, 20 mph top speed, 22-range. This was reportedly there most popular model. Sold for about $400 before being replaced by 48-volt model.

Seat comes off, handlebars/steering shaft comes off...

Posted:  1 month, 3 weeks ago

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Postcards from the Road! (Post Yours Please!)

Glad positive things came your way Bubba, sounds like you haven't quit on trucking either, just a pit stop. But glad life has stabilized for you.

Be well

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Glad to see you are well, what are you doing these days?

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Haven't heard from Mr Lee in a while. He had an interesting yet challenging go at trucking plus some health issues. I sincerely hope he is okay. I enjoyed some of his posts, hopefully he just hasn't had time to be online and not a member who is now RIP....

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You mean me (Marc Lee W.)?

Still alive and kicking. Not truckng.

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Thanks Moe and Anne M..

Back to doing my Handyman thing. Actually had a record week for me... pulling in a solid 4 figures... all cash, and another nice pile of cash still due to come in.

Best friend bought a house for me in Milwaukee which I will be living in and fixing up. Not a great neighborhood but very utilitarian - centrally located, 2-car garage, full basement, finished attic (more storage space). "Good bones". $32,500 cash. Currently occupied so I can't move in for a while yet. Paying too much and driving too much from current abode in Lake Geneva but all-in-all... doing OK - especially considering the current state of the world.

As for trucking... it looks like that is not meant to be right now for me.

See my medical professionals at the end of the month. Expecting all good news there. Med. Cert. expiring soon. Planning on getting a 2 year this time around...

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Thanks Moe. You be well too!

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Posted:  1 month, 3 weeks ago

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Postcards from the Road! (Post Yours Please!)

Nice to hear from you Marc.... Keep the faith my friend.

Best wishes.

Thanks PJ. Hope all is well with you!

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Posted:  1 month, 3 weeks ago

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Postcards from the Road! (Post Yours Please!)

Glad to see you are well, what are you doing these days?

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Haven't heard from Mr Lee in a while. He had an interesting yet challenging go at trucking plus some health issues. I sincerely hope he is okay. I enjoyed some of his posts, hopefully he just hasn't had time to be online and not a member who is now RIP....

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You mean me (Marc Lee W.)?

Still alive and kicking. Not truckng.

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Thanks Moe and Anne M..

Back to doing my Handyman thing. Actually had a record week for me... pulling in a solid 4 figures... all cash, and another nice pile of cash still due to come in.

Best friend bought a house for me in Milwaukee which I will be living in and fixing up. Not a great neighborhood but very utilitarian - centrally located, 2-car garage, full basement, finished attic (more storage space). "Good bones". $32,500 cash. Currently occupied so I can't move in for a while yet. Paying too much and driving too much from current abode in Lake Geneva but all-in-all... doing OK - especially considering the current state of the world.

As for trucking... it looks like that is not meant to be right now for me.

See my medical professionals at the end of the month. Expecting all good news there. Med. Cert. expiring soon. Planning on getting a 2 year this time around...

Posted:  1 month, 3 weeks ago

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Postcards from the Road! (Post Yours Please!)

Haven't heard from Mr Lee in a while. He had an interesting yet challenging go at trucking plus some health issues. I sincerely hope he is okay. I enjoyed some of his posts, hopefully he just hasn't had time to be online and not a member who is now RIP....

You mean me (Marc Lee W.)?

Still alive and kicking. Not truckng.

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Posted:  2 months ago

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Postcards from the Road! (Post Yours Please!)

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Sexy graphics on my driver's door.

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New gig?

Hope Jamie gets the referral bonus!

Posted:  3 months ago

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"Truck Dog" looking for his Pilot

How're you doing Marc?

Doing OK Rob. thank-you-2.gif

Hope all is well with you (all)!

Posted:  3 months ago

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"Truck Dog" looking for his Pilot

My name is Miss Melody, and I approve of this message.

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Posted:  3 months ago

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Delivered my first load safe no accidents

Congratulations!

Posted:  3 months ago

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"Truck Dog" looking for his Pilot

Got this from a friend. He is in 715 area code...

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Posted:  4 months, 2 weeks ago

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Starting at Gardner Trucking

Well, so much for 1st day solo going smoothly haha as if ! Got assigned a temp sleeper mini has NOTHING but a bunk and 1 cubby hole above foot Condo was "borrowed" before I got a truck. Ok fine, I'll roll a couple days until the condo returns (guys regular truck had radiator issues to fix)

Next comes trying for hours to find an empty for my 1st load. NOT ! 12;30 pm a guy comes in with an empty, asks if i was looking for 1 so I took it. In the meantime, I tried repeatedly to get fuel card to work, which it didn't after 3 times at pump (in the yard) and dozens of tries I gave up a 1/2 tank is enough for my load out to Tolleson, Az cardboard box delivery.

Get the load dropped without a hitch, fuel is into red zone halfway. Get a hold of my DM, he is trying to find me an empty to get a load outta Phoenix area Reciever had none. So I park at Love's, & grab a bite to eat etc. Still waiting for an empty. Get sent 2 miles to our other terminal, NO empties to be found.

Park outside waiting , finally take a nap for 2 hours, go check again NO empties lol My clocks winding down now at 3+ hours available, I get ahold of DM, he still can't locate me an empty. I ain't mad or upset, it is, what it is, which I tell him, it's all good, stuff happens, and this IS Phoenix ! He appreciates my calm, cool, collected self, I tell him its all good, am outta drive time, so will go back to Love's for the night, hopefully he gets me something tomorrow.....See I learned HERE how to keep my cool and not let the little things bug me.....(which I don't usually anyways haha)

I know it's just the beginning, and things can work out over time. As I told him, I know this virus crap is not helping either with loads etc, at least I have a job. Luckily, I am not in debt, I owe no one a thing, just my living expenses.

Tomorrows a new day, but am used to being stranded in Phoenix area since my training days, stuff comes in, not much goes out,,,, Denver is the same, at least in my short time out here (8 months soon)

Great attitude Stevo.

One day in the bag. Tomorrow is another day!

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Posted:  4 months, 3 weeks ago

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Starting at Gardner Trucking

Congratulations Stevo!

Great news!

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Posted:  4 months, 3 weeks ago

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What does a quarantine due to coronavirus mean for truckers?

Went to Menards today with a client. Had to buy single-use masks for $1 each.

What's wrong with this picture!?!

(I folded it in half to save for possible re-use).

Look closely at the label!

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BESIDES I FORGOT TO UPLOAD IT!

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Posted:  4 months, 3 weeks ago

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What does a quarantine due to coronavirus mean for truckers?

Went to Menards today with a client. Had to buy single-use masks for $1 each.

What's wrong with this picture!?!

(I folded it in half to save for possible re-use).

Look closely at the label!

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Posted:  4 months, 3 weeks ago

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Walmart Private Fleet

Wzy to go Jerry!

Congratulations!

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Posted:  5 months ago

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Walmart Private Fleet

Great read! I am headed to onboarding with Walmart on Monday 4-27-2020. Nervous and excited! JS.

Congratulations Jerry!

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