Profile For Armin Hammer

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  • Location:
    Fort Lauderdale , FL

  • Driving Status:
    Preparing For School

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  • Joined Us:
    6 months, 4 weeks ago

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Posted:  5 months ago

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Paid CDL training questions

I am in the same boat as you getting ready to call recruiters. I think right off the bat you can only choose OTR solo or team. And only after your first year will they even think to consider you for a regio al gig.

Posted:  5 months ago

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Medical card requirements

Ok thanks guys

Posted:  5 months ago

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Medical card requirements

Not for hire. Moving my home in part because trucking companies do not accept paid CDL recruits from South Florida. Will apply for a new DL and then apply and see who wants to give me a go.

Posted:  5 months ago

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Medical card requirements

Yes Packrat but if a truck is over 10k lbs while not requiring a CDL a medical card is required if driven for hire in Florida. And if you see the test question the correct answer is all of the above

Posted:  5 months ago

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Medical card requirements

0927683001560871746.jpg I live in Florida and moving this Friday to North Carolina with a 26' U-Haul and car trailer GCWR over 10k lbs. Do not have a CDL license yet. But will look to get on with a paid CDL training company once I am moved. Florida does not require a medical card for non commercial use rentals. The "High Road Training" exam question shown (from Illinois) states that you do need a medical card. Will I need one in Georgia and the Carolinas ?

Posted:  5 months, 2 weeks ago

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Interesting T-Shirt Sighting

Instructor speak : "Need to stay on his ass" but remember 1 second following distance for every 10 foot of truck and add another if over 55mph

Posted:  5 months, 3 weeks ago

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High Road CDL practice question is wrong

Well what I was getting at is that the answer is wrong and needs to be corrected on the web site. It needs to be corrected on the tutorial ecause every time I take the practic test the correct answer is 300 feet. And you forgot about brake lag time for "air brakes" adding another 32 feet at 55 mph. So at 55 miles per hour you have: Perception distance at 154 feet Reaction distance at 61 feet Air Brake Lag at 32 feet Brakeing Distance at 216 feet Total stopping distance = 451 feet Making the correct answer OVER 400 FEET However I get penalized for answering correctly and claims the correct answer to be as pictured above at 300

Posted:  5 months, 3 weeks ago

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High Road CDL practice question is wrong

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Posted:  6 months, 1 week ago

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Home Like Cookin'

Where can one stash a propane tank or two? On the carwalk maybe ?

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