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    6 months, 2 weeks ago

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Posted:  1 week, 6 days ago

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Potential new appliance for my truck

Well, the grill works great. At least with a 3000w inverter.

Steak on the grill and baked potatoes in the microwave.

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Looks delicious! Glad you're able to make some great food with it. How easy is it to clean the filter? And is it doing a good job with being smokeless? Oh. And does it get too hot for inside the cab/sleeper?

Amazon has it for $150 right now and I want to buy it. But don't want to spend $300-$400 for a good 3k watt inverter.

Posted:  2 weeks, 3 days ago

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So, did you end up buying and using this on your truck?

No. Not with an inverter supposedly rated at 1800 watts, that needs the truck on to run a 700 watt microwave. All the batteries are new too. Not taking the chance for now.

Posted:  1 month, 1 week ago

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Loaner truck and DM issues

Drew I have been following along but kept my big mouth shut. You are brand new. There will be days that frustrate you, I have them time to time, we all do. It’s not about not getting frustrated, it’s all about how you handle it.

Right now your expectations are high, and your DM’s isn’t. That is the way it goes. No DM has high expectations for new drivers.

You have come into this industry at a slower time. Just the way it is. You, me, and everyone else see’s the things that directly effect us. We don’t see all the other stuff going on, like your DM see’s everyday.

We all forget stuff at times. That is life. Try and be a little more understanding in your approach. Can serve you well. If after all else fails ask for a different DM. Maybe he isn’t the best, but maybe he can be. I have fired a DM before but not before spending 5 months trying my best to make it work. Don’t be too quick to judge. Sometimes personalities just don’t click. You have too have a thick skin to survive in this business.

I don’t know you but reading along I see some things. You appear to be intelligent and you assess things quickly. That is good and bad. I am getting a feeling you are also impatient and a bit stubborn. I get it. Learn to go with the flow to a certain extent. Things will get better both for your situation of being new, as well as freight picking up. Be patient. Patience is truly a virtue and will be tested in various aspects, sometimes daily.

Thanks PJ.

Spot on with everything. Copy on your advice. Been working on it. Just takes some time to adjust.

Thank you again.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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Loaner truck and DM issues

People jump ship and head to "better companies" only to be disappointed. They find things the first company did better than the present company, and never see the good in the current.

When you start at a company, you only know the procedures they have. I have a friend who left Prime and went elsewhere. He mistakenly assumed he could wash the truck, trailer and washout... the way Prime would. Company denied it!!! $110 out of his pocket. After a series of drastically different policies, he came back to Prime.

When you get truly settled, you will love Swift and think the policies of other companies are crazy. Schneider doesnt allow 8/2 splits.... would.kill me. My friend at Marten has a FM who doesnt allow the trucks to drive nights, would kill me.

As for Maintenance.... is there a Road Assist department? Or ask the Safety Dept how to go about it in the future.

If safety put you down... maybe next time message the DM "my PM is due. Last time safety put me out of service. Should I be contacting them to schedule the appointment since i perhaps did it wrong last time?" That might "push him".

Keep in mind, someone in the Safety Dept is probably reaming out the DM or operations manager. 1.) the truck was "unsafe" and had to be put out of service. 2.) A driver was prevented from making money with it. Not good from a logistics stand point.

I won't be jumping ship. Thought never crossed my mind. Grass is almost never greener. I already like Swift. All the jokes and bad-mouthing aside, they are generally a good company and want you to be a safe driver and succeed. It helps their bottom line obviously.

Thank you for your help.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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Drew, I feel your frustration.

What i have learned is that every company, terminal and even DM/FM does things differently. Yes, even at Prime we have micromanaging FMs... one I call "XXX the Micromanager", and even other FMs have told me he does the same to them on his vacation and they cover him. I arrange my shop time just as Turtle does, but another FM does not let his drivers do this. When it was suggested that you get to know your DM, it is not just "know the person" it is "know how he operates".

Putting everything in the QC is not just about getting results NOW, it is about documenting the stuff that happens so that you have evidence to back up the issues when and if you do need to change DMs. It is cover your @$$ stuff. If the bosses see that you asked everyday for loads and were available, they cannot possibly blame you for low productivity.

Every FM I know has different rules of his/her own. It is possible the "20 mile parking" rule is actually about keeping fuels costs down. Perhaps he got in trouble for fuel costs and he is trying to limit it. The others on your fleet may not like his rules when they hear other fleets do not do it that way. He may also be new, and he may be making mistakes...just as you admitted you have made. We all expect them to forgive our mistakes, yet we have problems forgiving theirs.

If you noticed on another thread, MANY drivers are sitting and waiting for loads. Luckily, I have not experienced this with Prime, but I would be upset too. However, I would be expecting layover pay.. and i wouldn't need to request it either.

My suggestion is to really have a conversation with your DM and ask how HE wants you to handle things. Ask him "when I need service, what do you want me to do? How can i make life easier for both of us?" explain you really want preplans to conserve fuel and save HOS.

If I heard rumors of other drivers getting stuck with the loaner situation you described, i would be asking "how can we prevent this from happening to me, im scared".

You stated you dont trust him, but you want him to trust you. Its a two way thing.... and you need to work on the communication to build the relationship... whether with this guy or another later.

good luck.

Thanks Kearsey.

I actually expected you to tear me a new one if you added to this post. Thanks for not doing so.

I have talked to him at the office a couple times and went over expectations. I told him I can run for 8-10 weeks at a time. I don't need to go home every month. I will to commit to Swift for at least 18 months and wouldn't mind sticking with them for the rest of my driving career. I know people jump ship quickly. A couple left as soon as the got their CDL. And I know people have been with Swift for over 15-20 years.

I did ask him and other DMs, what I need to do in regards to getting the truck serviced. They all said don't worry. But no one followed through. Even though I brought it up 5 times. This is where the frustration really set in.

Any way. I appreciate your advice. I dunno if this post will make it.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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G-Town points out:

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We are collectively trying to help you focus on what matters

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I have been following this conversation since there beginning. Drew, I'm not sure if you haven't cleared your mind enough to do what G-Twin suggests.

All through this tread you have been explaining things. I believe this is the wrong tack. I started with Swift about a year less than my "Joined Us" date. As a rookie, I felt I wasn't getting the miles I was entitled to. I even ended up with one or two involuntary 34 hour breaks sitting at truck stops. Once I complained in a Trucking Truth forum post. But you know, I just kept driving. If I was late, I let my DM know, and it was never because I overslept or such. If I didn't have a preplan, a message went out with my ETA and a short "What's next?"

It did take a while, but eventually I enjoyed "go-to" driver status. I got all the miles that would fit. What matters in your career, Drew? Yes, try to figure out the "what happened" part, but only to understand what you can do better next time.

Thanks Errol. I stopped stressing over miles a couple weeks ago. I did make a post last week when I was stuck in Lubbock just to get a consensus of everyone else's experience. But, I've accepted I'll get what I get and then nicely ask for more when I'm done with the previous load. When I send my macro 10 in, it always read along the lines if:

"Done with my load. I'm ready for the next one please."

Usually get a response pretty quickly one way or another. I'm not on the bottom of their priority list or don't get a response because "they're tired of dealing with me".

Always polite. Never complain to dispatch. I just couldn't keep a level head here because people just assumed I am a constant whiner to the office staff, hate my company and can't complete loads properly. Unfortunately this thread turned into me having to be defensive of my true behavior and attitude in general. Some of you made assumptions about me, I did the same back. I just made complaints here thinking it was a safe place. But the assumptions of my behavior just doesn't help.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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Drew you are not successful at this...everyone who replied to you is.

We are collectively trying to help you focus on what matters. Reread everything in this thread and you will have all the answers necessary to get through this...

Dude. Seriously? I never said I'm successful. I pretty much wrote that I have a 100% on time rate and never cost my DM any money, because of a comment someone made. What is wrong with you. This is what I mean when I said people are misreading or misinterpreting what people write on the internet. I keep writing I'm still learning and will make mistakes.

And you all assumed I complain and whine to all the DMs, planners and dispatchers. I don't do that. I only made 2-3 complaints to my DM. They were about lack of loads and him not making the appointment for my truck's maintenance.

So get off your high horse.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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But it's frustrating when I am told my weekly mile average is low and I do my best to keep them up

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So your company is telling you this? What did they suggest you need to do to improve it?

They said they will get me loads when they can. Only thing I had to do was keep sending in macros saying I'm available for a load. Which I do.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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No. None of my mistakes have caused me to be down and cost him money.

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More arrogance. Unbelievable. Only a few months behind the wheel and you're perfect, everyone else is a screw-up. That's why I won't bother helping you with any specifics. You won't learn anything. You don't think you need to.

You won't get anywhere with your dispatcher, either. If we're this sick of you after one conversation, imagine how he must feel at this point. You must be dead last on the list of people he'll make any effort to help.

How is that arrogance? It's a fact. You are entitled to your opinion and feelings as I am. I have never been shut down and couldn't run because of a mistake I made.

Am I supposed to bend over and say "yeah, everything I do is wrong because I'm new. I can't say I'm on time and haven't had a major incident? Since I'm new, I am the one making the mistake, even though it's someone else?" You are being arrogant by being stuck with your opinion and saying only I am wrong and no one else can do anything wrong. I said I've made mistakes. And I will continue to do so. As long as I don't keep making the same mistakes it's ok. it's life. It's not like I'm sitting here saying I haven't learned anything or am perfect. Never gave any indication of that. I'm finding out I followed procedures, and the other people did mess up. That's not being arrogant. I'm trying to make sure this situation does not happen again. I don't know how you are reading that I have a problem with everyone at the company and I can do no wrong. This is the problem with the internet. People like to misinterpret what's written. I am guilty of that too.

And I get along with all the dispatchers and the other DMs in the office. When I'm at my home terminal they recognize me and are very helpful when my DM isn't there. Never complained to them. I'm polite and say please and thank you. Didn't even complain to them that they didn't get me scheduled for a PM, or for a lack of loads or anything. So you can think that I whine and complain constantly, but I know my behavior.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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We get it, he dropped the ball and in your eyes cost you money. I'm sure he could say the same about some mistakes you've made......

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No. None of my mistakes have caused me to be down and cost him money.

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Has your time management been perfect? Zero wasted hours of your own doing due to trip planning? Making every appt time? Hopefully you're right but it's quite rare rookies are able to hit the ground running that well. We are NOT being placing the blame on you, but as Brett pointed out the road you're headed down WILL NOT end well. You appear to have already developed the us vs them mentality in regards to dispatch. If you're not making money either is your dispatcher. If you truly feel you've been wronged then you need to contact your DM's boss.

Yes. I am 100% on time. No service failures. I've delivered a day early when I was able and allowed to. My trainer did a great job getting me ready for that aspect of driving. He's awesome.

As I said before, dispatch has sent me to pick up empties a couple times, to not have any there. That wasted 1-2 hours of my time. But whatever. I get the system isn't perfect. I've had to sit due to lack to loads. I send my macros and try to get loads. But if there's nothing, there's nothing.

We have DMs/DLs, planners, ECTs (dunno what that stands for) and dispatchers. I don't have issues with them all. No me vs them mentality. We all have to work together to make money. And I get the system breaks down. But it's frustrating when I am told my weekly mile average is low and I do my best to keep them up. I'm not late, no time management issues, take the trips I'm sent, do my pre-trips to make sure I have to breakdowns, send in my macros, etc. But crap happens and I guess I really needed to vent.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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Loaner truck and DM issues

We get it, he dropped the ball and in your eyes cost you money. I'm sure he could say the same about some mistakes you've made......

No. None of my mistakes have caused me to be down and cost him money.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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I give up...look forward, get over it!

Proactively work with him to prevent a repeat in the future.

I’m done debating with you.

I get it. I am moving on. Trying to prepare for tomorrow. Maybe try and and a deep dish pizza since I'm near Chi-town. But the comments saying I am to blame for the situation are what's bothering me. But I guess whatever. Just keep trucking.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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I already answered that. Are you really reading any of these replies Drew?

And honestly it’s not your place to hold him accountable...placing blame. Get over it and work with him to proactively prevent it from happening again.

Again, take ownership of the problem. And stop focusing on blame...

I don't get it. I worked with him. I told him my A,B and Cal-Bit are coming up and he didn't make the schedule. What is there for me to take ownership of? Seriously. I don't get what I did wrong. Why should I not be frustrated. Would all of you just be say "it's ok I lost money because my DM didn't do his job? I'll just brush it off. It was my fault." I doubt it.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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Drew...please elaborate on exactly how an additional 40 hours can “fix” the issues you are having?

Take ownership Drew!!!

This is the problem I'm having with you guys right now. How can I do something about my DM forgetting to schedule me for my service when he had to do it and I told him and others several times. I did my due diligence. That is what I'm mainly frustrated with.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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Drew, you might only be a rookie, but you're perfect in one regard; you've never come across another human being who isn't doing their job poorly and failing you, including us.

Are you capable of putting two sentences together without criticizing anyone? Do you realize how arrogant you sound, how incessantly negative you are, and how much that's hurting you? I don't think you do.

Personally, I don't even want to get involved in helping you because you'll tell me I'm underestimating you, ignore my recommendations, and criticize me for doing my job poorly. There's no winning with you.

I would bet any amount of money that your dispatcher is sick to death of you and your constant complaining, blaming, and criticizing. Oh, don't worry. I already know you think I'm wrong about that. Of course you do. The problem can't be you, right? Well I've watched this situation play out a thousand times with both new and experienced drivers. It's a negative downward spiral which always ends badly.

You're not very good at what you do because you're new to the game. But because of your limited understanding, you believe you're doing everything well. When things don't go smoothly you're convinced it's not you that's the problem, so you must be surrounded by idiots who are causing these problems. You continue to underperform or handle things poorly, your results continue to decline, and so does your patience. You increasingly complain, blame, and criticize the people you're working with and wind up in the doghouse at the bottom of their list of their concerns. You're the last person they feel like taking good care of. Why should they bother? They'll just get kicked in the teeth for it anyhow. Before long you're convinced that you're surrounded by idiots who do nothing right, not realizing everyone around you feels the same about you. You either quit or get fired, then move on to another company where they cycle starts over again.

I know, you think I'm wrong. You always think everyone is wrong.

You came here under the guise of asking for help so you can get better as a driver, but the only thing you'll accept from us is our criticism of the people you work with. What you really want to know is what you should do about the idiots in the office, not the rookie behind the wheel.

I appreciate all the comments. But when I said they messed up. They did. My DM even admitted it. Some of the comments/suggestions cannot be done. I, personally cannot schedule a "B" service. A DM or someone in the office has to email it in to get me scheduled for that service. That's just how it is. So yes. This problem is not me.

And no. I am not constantly complaining to my DM. I've only brought up a couple times about the lack of loads in the area I was at. And that's because he mentioned my weekly averages are low. And how I got screwed on my drive time because a couple empty trailer solutions I was dispatched to didn't have an empty available. But that's not an issue he created. I get that. And I'm not even thinking about leaving Swift. I'm just doing my best to finish my load and move onto the next one and keep learning and earning. If I'm not happy with the company after a year, then I'll move on. I honestly don't have issues with the company. I never made a complaint about them. It's more about a few individuals that didn't handle something they should have.

@G-town: yes I misread what you wrote. I now know about that sticker. And the dispatcher on duty explained some things to me. Including that sticker. There are plenty of helpful people here. There's just a lack of proper training for the drivers. When asked by someone in Phoenix, my trainer told them the academy and otr training need to be longer, the way it used to be. And I see it in the way that I know so little compared to new drivers at other companies.

I love driving my truck. I love the challenges that many backings give me. I love driving into areas I've never been to, even though it all passes by me. I enjoy this lifestyle. I miss my wife and friends. But also know I'll see them every 6-10 weeks. There have been some missteps. But hey. Crap happens. I have made many mistakes and I accept them and learn. Many mistakes. I don't post them here. But I will and have posted other things here to find out if certain things are normal. But not everyone knows Swift policies and procedures. But I still thank everyone for the help.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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Drew I'm not saying go over his head for everything he says, but if you're having repeated issues then you can use the chain of command to your benefit.

As far as service goes, unless it's different for his fleet, his DM has to schedule the A or B service now. For the most part this has been a good thing. It has made getting a service done less time consuming because they have certain mechanics that focus on the services and you are guaranteed to get in on the day of your appointment. Four or five hours later you're back on the road unless they find something wrong.

Drew A service is every 25k, B is every 50k, and Cal Bit is every 90 days. Swift is usually (usually not always) pretty good at getting it done on the mark. So if you're mileage is getting close to x25,000 or x75,000 you will have an A do. X50,000 or x00,000 a B will be do. If you are close to your cal bit they are SUPPOSED to do it at the same time. Cal bit, however, doesn't get scheduled.

I have to do A,B and Cal-Bit. Now I know B service requires my DM to make the appointment. And I did tell him when the Qualcomm spit it out. And several times after. Thanks for giving me the miles between service intervals. I just talked to someone in the office at the terminal I'm at. They suggested that I keep track of my miles from now on.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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And I really do appreciate all the help TT provides. But this situation was one my DM really had to handle and screwed up. Verified by him and others in the shop and office.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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And no, I do not have a service sticker on my windshield. So I did not know my truck was due for service until the Qualcomm sent me the first message. I asked what I need to do. I was told it would be taken care of. This is why I say "they" didn't do their job. Assuming again.

I get I'm new. But come on. I did my best to get things done properly and be self sufficient. I am constantly doing so. I look stuff online, here and other places. Send macros. Make calls as a last resort. But I guess I am being selfish when I did what I could. And thought everything was ok when someone I should trust (my DM) said I was good to go.

I honestly did my due diligence and did everything I was told to the T. I did my follow ups, several times and was told I was fine everytime. When I messaged my DM yesterday to find out why he didn't make the appointment, he apologized and said he forgot. And I asked why I couldn't do it. He said he had to do it. But I guess I'm being selfish and blaming him......thanks for making me me feel like a POS.

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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Man...you guys act like I'm lying.

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That's not true Drew.

We're hoping you'll see that you simply don't understand how to make things happen out here. Your comments only show how green you are. There's nothing wrong with being a greenhorn. Heck, each of us were in your shoes not long ago.

The difference between the folks who become successful drivers and those who just degenerate into terminal rats is that the latter group always blames everybody else for their failures. Just read back through this conversation and try and find one place where you came up with the resolution of a problem that frustrates you. All I see is you blaming your company, your DM, the planners, and inaction on everybody but yourself. We were hoping you'd catch on, but you're the type who is convinced he knows it all, yet you can't seem to make any progress. That should give you a wake up call.

Brett made an excellent point this morning in another conversation when he said this...

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Very few people get what it takes to reach the highest levels of success in this industry. Wait until you see how many new drivers have terrible work ethics, poor attitudes, selfish approaches, and failing strategies. It will shock you.

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That's where you are now. You've taken a selfish approach and your strategies are failing. I was hoping we could give you a gentle nudge in the right direction, but you just dig in and insist everything your doing is the right way - all your problems are because of other people not doing their jobs. You seem to think all the people above you in this chain of command are here to serve you. What a misconstrued idea you have about this business.

I'm hoping you can humble yourself and get on track, but you are not showing a lot of promise at this point.

I'm not saying everything I'm doing is the right way. I've learned a lot from here. I've learned a lot from my DM. I'll never stop learning. Just like my previous work. Keep learning.

Things like having to get permission to drive more than 20 miles to get to what my company considers safe parking after doing an empty call macro is policy according to my DM. If not true, then he is stupid and wasting both of our times. I can't do anything about it. Do I need to question everything he says to his manager? No.

I use my Qualcomm whenever possible. It's faster a lot of times. But there are situations where it doesn't do anything. You all know this.

People assuming again....When I talk with my buddies, we talk about non-negative stuff. We ask each other how everything is, are you having a hard time with something, how is the family, where are you, where are you going, what's next? How are the truck stops, how is the food, etc. We help keep each other propped up and encourage each other. That's why I talk to them. We hang out with if our schedules/routes allow it. We vent too. But don't we all?

I guess I'm being selfish by wanting miles and to make money at the expense of others having to do their jobs. I do my part by making deliveries early. I run hard when safely possible. My last load, I maxed out my 11 three days in a row. Did my best to the get load to it's destination because the previous driver that had it, had mechanical issues and I took it over. Not being a "super trucker". Just saying I want to run and will not complain when I have to max out to get to where I need to go to do my job and get paid.

I am trying find solutions by coming here. But not everyone knows how my company works and is assuming every employee in the office is "top tier". I can't do anything about an area being light on loads. I send in my macros and make the appropriate calls. I can't create a load. My DM, I ask for pre-plans, I ask for miles, I ask him how I should do certain things. I told him I got the message on my Qualcomm about the A, B and Cal-Bit service. He said he'll take care of whatever it is. Nothing happens. I am trying to be as self-sufficient as possible. How am I being selfish when I do my best to learn and be able to do my job properly, if my DM is not doing his job? I am blaming him and others. Because they all said they would take care of it. And I kept asking for phone numbers to call and get verification that I'll be setup for service, called the shop. They all said "you'll be fine"....how am I being selfish by blaming others. I'm not expecting anyone to do my job for me. Even the shop guy today said my DM and others screwed me. (Cont)

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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It's like no one is ready anything I wrote.

You guys keep saying DMs "don't need you calling everyday". I don't. What gave that impression? Really? I never gave that indication. And I wrote they want you to check in or they will call you. All my buddies not doing local accounts get calls daily from their DMs. Especially if they don't call their DM at least once a day. Something about us being new drivers.

I don't want to call my DM unless I have to.......should be obvious by now....

I read every word you guys write so there's no misunderstanding......

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