Profile For 40 Days

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    AR

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    Experienced Driver

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    4 years, 7 months ago

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Posted:  3 years ago

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Huge Announcement: Road Pro & NBC Today Show

Great show!!! I’ve been reading your stories for years!!! Loved Prime and the other Primates! Turtle!!! But you are truly golden!

Posted:  3 years ago

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Backing! The perfect setup?

Tight back there for flatbed as well. No playroom watching one I was like he can’t even slide his tandem if he wanted to. Good show Sir.

Posted:  3 years ago

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Backing! The perfect setup?

Got lucky saw Bobby do it and followed. Guess you brought coil we go in tiny gate area and take finished product.

Posted:  3 years ago

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Backing! The perfect setup?

Dry van hauling flatbed freight. St. Louis baldor good call.

Posted:  3 years ago

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Backing! The perfect setup?

Not a rookie. Well put Turtle. On another note left Prime for a regional position m-f on days weekends off. The only reason I mentioned is training company doesn’t send you to the pro level places. Scary stuff even prime with 3 deliveries in downtown Chicago didn’t prepare me for. Have a 10 speed manual now not governed life is good. Wanted thought on this and be the trailer is gold!! Example of fun. Bout an inch on each side maybe 13”10” 0005870001612316973.jpg

Posted:  3 years ago

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Credit card for truckers

I use chime now cash from account onto card cost $3-$5 to load. Comdata not accepted everywhere. No complaints from wife over $0.64 charges.

Posted:  3 years, 1 month ago

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Let's revive Errols' backing practice

Sorry gotta do it. Just nose in between other trucks and blindside a 90 then jump out of your Volvo in flip flops walk into office and hit on whoever’s at the desk confused.gif

Posted:  3 years, 1 month ago

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Backing! The perfect setup?

I am aware this is situational. I don’t consider myself a pro as nobody is but expect some of you may be close. Do we go straight then 90? 45 into a 90? One and a half length tractor past target or just one? Or do a weird 180 like you’re delivering to a small Lowe’s. I don’t post much as I have more questions than answers. This is more for thought but tips and tricks might help those less experienced. As always G.O.A.L.

Posted:  3 years, 1 month ago

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80 in Iowa 1/16...Day after Blizzard

Pretty sure Wyoming doesn’t use the salt mix because the wild life would be in the road licking salt. That’s what some locals told me.

Posted:  3 years, 1 month ago

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16 hr day legally?

Had a big 2 days. Burned my 14 the day before but only used 8 on the drive line. Tight run so I did an 8/2 split. Started clock at 0520 at the minute 8 was completed in sleeper and got 3 hrs back. Pre trip and 20 minutes to delivery my it was a drop and hook. Asked receiver if I could chill for 2 hrs off duty. Complete 2 off duty and received my 14 with a 10 hr 20 minute drive. So I burned and turned until 2100. Didn’t feel right but my clock allowed it so I ran it as far as it didn’t violate my hos.

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