Profile For Excelso A.

Excelso A.'s Info

  • Location:
    Santa Clara, CA

  • Driving Status:
    Rookie Solo Driver

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  • Joined Us:
    9 years ago

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Posted:  7 years, 11 months ago

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My qualcomm sucks.

I have a 2015 Freightliner,and currently using the Zonar. There's these things around the truck that you scan with the tablet,then you answer yes everything works or not. The trailers don't have these yet, so I'm doing a unverified inspection

Posted:  8 years ago

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Options for mounting antenna?

There are several quick release mounts that slip seat drivers use which you could clamp onto the mirror. Most are basically a plate mounted to vice grips. You mount your antenna to the plate the clamp the vice grips to the mirror arm.

I have seen several but one drivers really caught my eye. When I asked him about it he said he really liked it and had used it for years. It is made of stainless steel so hadn't rusted at all in all those years.

I am pretty sure it was THIS ONE.

Woody

Thank you! I just purchased one off e-bay.

Posted:  8 years ago

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Options for mounting antenna?

First of all Happy Thanksgiving! Anyways I recently got a new Freightliner from my company yesterday. It's a great truck with only 200 miles on it,but there's a one problem. The mirror mounts are too large to mount my SiriusXm antenna. Are there other options in mounting my antenna outside my truck without drilling a holes? Any suggestion will help,as I can't live without my radio on the road. Thank you, Excelso(Sal)

Posted:  8 years, 2 months ago

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POLL: OTR Rookie and experienced drivers

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Posted:  9 years ago

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Inexperienced and now an accident

Thanks for the response! I think I'll go over the paper work the school gave me last year, and refresh myself. I still kinda remember how to do a in cab inspection, and the outside the tractor and trailor. I kinda need to go over the air-brake inspection again. Thanks for the link and help again.

Posted:  9 years ago

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Inexperienced and now an accident

I graduated from a school last year, but because of problems I hadn't had time to look for a job until now. Anyways I was going to send my CDL and medical card to a possible job, but got in an accident yesterday with my personal vehicle. I'm very distraught at this moment, as the company I'm applying for probably won't hire me now. Is there anywhere else I can apply due to this accident, especially being my fault? Thanks.

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