Profile For Pete E Pothole

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  • Location:
    GA

  • Driving Status:
    Company Driver In Training

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  • Joined Us:
    6 months ago

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Posted:  1 hour, 30 minutes ago

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Foot cramps

Water is what stands out to me that you didnt list you had tried. Get water, not electrolyte drinks only. If you aren't sweating alot water is best.

Posted:  11 hours, 18 minutes ago

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Rainy

No worries, drive safe.

Posted:  23 hours, 24 minutes ago

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Rainy

Ms Rainy, if you're at Dodge City Petro I'd gladly buy a coffee for ya. .

Posted:  1 day, 2 hours ago

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Two Days With No Load

She was born to be a driver!

Posted:  1 day, 2 hours ago

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Found independent Truck Stop

Stopped there once on my dining with truck parking adventure so far, nice quiet place. Dont know how parking there for a 10 would be, if that is an active set of tracks at the back of the lot.

Posted:  1 day, 9 hours ago

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Two Days With No Load

Just out of curiosity, I looked up Limestone, NY. Limestone is very small, and it's called a "hamlet". I think hamlets are baby pigs. Have you seen any while you've been there? The latest employment figures indicate negative job growth, so if you're stuck there for a long time you probably won't be able to find alternative employment. The good news is that hamlets make great pets and can be house trained. So loneliness probably won't be an issue for you if you can catch a hamlet. I know Schneider doesn't allow pets, so just call it your in-truck non perishable food supply and you will be fine.

And Bruce got on a roll. LOL

Hope it gets sorted for you soon Jamie, is the wife still on the road with you? Did she or is she enjoying time on the road?

Posted:  1 day, 20 hours ago

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New driver legs and but are killing me!

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I bought a nice little seat cushion that I use, but not all the time. Just use it if getting tired of sitting for to long, the slight change seems to make the difference. I do not know how long you go between stops but when I am driving all day, meaning 10+ driving with no stops I take at least 5 minute breaks every couple hours and make sure you use your 30 minute to your advantage and take a walk when possible. I do not have in the truck but when I was farming we would have longer days and I really liked the heated seats for my back, I would crank the heat to high for about 10 minutes then off.

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How do you drive ten plus without stops?

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Pete, I believe he meant "stops" as in "customer".

OK that makes sense.

Posted:  1 day, 22 hours ago

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Lone Wolf: An Introduction and a Thank You

Good luck and remember people will read what you write even if they dont leave a post. Be a sponge.

Posted:  1 day, 22 hours ago

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New driver legs and but are killing me!

I bought a nice little seat cushion that I use, but not all the time. Just use it if getting tired of sitting for to long, the slight change seems to make the difference. I do not know how long you go between stops but when I am driving all day, meaning 10+ driving with no stops I take at least 5 minute breaks every couple hours and make sure you use your 30 minute to your advantage and take a walk when possible. I do not have in the truck but when I was farming we would have longer days and I really liked the heated seats for my back, I would crank the heat to high for about 10 minutes then off.

How do you drive ten plus without stops?

Posted:  2 days, 6 hours ago

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Tight TA Lot

Yep the fuddruckers is nice.

Posted:  4 days, 7 hours ago

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Career Interruption.

Good luck Bruce, glad the CPAP is working well and maybe on my way through Madison this summer I can buy you a coffee.

Posted:  4 days, 20 hours ago

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Millis Transfer training, Richfield Wisonsin

Congrats, gonna be at least a couple weeks behind you. Getting stuck on a lightweight or getting an OTR truck?

Posted:  5 days, 21 hours ago

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Trucking Truth "Guilty as Charged"

Well to be honest there is some negativity, but it's about reality. Not rainbows and unicorns, this site is about honesty, good and bad. However BS whining, and complaining about things you can control but choose to blame others for aren't met with a warm reception. Just a healthy dose of "Put on your big boy/girl pants and get your ass to work."

These people are amazingly dedicated to helping people out there who are interested in putting in the work and being dedicated enough to succeed.

Welcome, read all you can.

Posted:  5 days, 21 hours ago

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Millis Transfer training, Richfield Wisonsin

We wereable to squeeze in a few more miles and end up at 5800 for last week. I'll be testing out to go solo tomorrow afternoon sdepending on chicago and Milwaukee traffic.

Great week man, if you are testing out in cartersville with Steve just chat with him so you both can relax. Jack is pretty relaxed anyway. Congratulations!

Posted:  6 days, 1 hour ago

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Leaving For School On Midnight May 4th

In St Cloud getting loaded, and waved at your exit on 94 towards the south as I went by Doug. Hope all is well and you are soaking it in as fast as you can. Will be coming through Cedar Rapids in the morning will wave again.

Posted:  1 week ago

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My first 45 days as a truck driver

Yea I thought was you but wasn't sure. Looks much warmer this time at least. Much better photo this time too we dont need to speculate.smile.gif

Posted:  1 week ago

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My first 45 days as a truck driver

Didn't some post a picture of a plaque there behind the flying j inside a wrought iron fence? Can't remember who it was.

Posted:  1 week ago

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I'm going off to Roehl 'cause I need to train!

Really hope it all works out the way it is supposed to for ya. At school we were taught no matter the color of the signal as you approach you can usually count on it being red by the time you get there, and always treat a yellow as red. Takes a long time to get 72 feet through an intersection. Good luck to you, really hope you get it worked out.

Posted:  1 week ago

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Looking forward to the 17th and a much needed vacation.

Enjoy that hometime Big Scott.

Posted:  1 week ago

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Introduction followed by Millis Training Institute Diary.(Cartersville, GA)

Hard to not hit any bumps on any interstate in Indiana. My least favorite roads in the US.

Yea I know 65 and 70 really suck, but I find them everywhere.

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