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Posted:  3 months ago

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Finally made it

Congratulations! That's such a great feeling, isn't it? You've now made it further than most ever will.

Stay sharp. Don't relax and drop your guard. Many challenges will be hitting you at once now. Keep your focus and stay safe. Good luck!

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I WAS REALY FEALING CONFIDENT IN MY SOON TO BE DRIVING Training ?? With your statement that he has now made it further than most trainees will ever make it ?? What am I doing here ?? going to Navy Seal training ??

Posted:  3 months, 2 weeks ago

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What should I do?

? Ready go to CDL training but worried badly. Its about my work history. They want 3 years at the least of history. I have 1 yr. verifiable as far as W2 I have been working under the table finding sales leads for a company sense 2012. I have been on disability for 6 years,theres no way to survive on the little $$ I would get. ? The sales job will provide verification to the company I am going to school with. I was a commercial flooring installer from 1979 to 2010 when the economy and my hip was replaced. Should I tell the realities of this or just go with the sales job and the 1 I have been doing for 1 year ??

Posted:  4 months ago

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? concerning my DOT physical

Woow my BP is lower already THX John

A one year card is not a problem.

Your post has me puzzled though. You didn't say if you are on blood pressure meds. That is typically the reason for a one year card. Usually if you're not on blood pressure medication and your blood pressure is too high, they only give you a three month card so you can get the medication going and come back later to be retested. They don't just issue a one year card because your blood pressure is too high.

Remember, you will go through another physical at Prime. Each time you get a new medical card the prior one is no longer valid. If you are not taking blood pressure meds and your blood pressure reads correct at your Prime physical, you may end up with a 2 year card after all. But, if you are on blood pressure meds you will always get a one year card even if your pressure reading is good.

It's not a problem. The industry runs on blood pressure meds and coffee. You're in good company.

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? concerning my DOT physical

62 years old, intend on going to Prime cdl school. Passed learner permit. My dot physical only gave me a 1 year approval do to high BP. At home I am 120 over 72 but at clinic White coat syndrome. Will this be problem ?????? Thx in advance.

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