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Dominic P.'s Comment
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So just finished my 5th week training with Werner and to my suprise My trainer got a phone call to get his approval to let me move on, I was shocked to hear him say I was ready to go solo so their waving my last 40 hours of training amd Instart monday prossing outnof trainingnto get my truck feels so weird exsited and nervous at the same time. I so hope i am ready

Old School's Comment
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dancing-banana.gifdancing-dog.gifdancing-banana.gif Congratulations Dominic! dancing-banana.gifdancing-dog.gifdancing-banana.gif

You know what? I'm not sure any of us are really ready for that first solo run in our own truck, but we sure get ready pretty quickly. It is such a rush of adrenaline and emotion after spending your time with your trainer, and then all of a sudden there is no one there to depend on except yourself. Hey, trust me, you are going to make some mistakes. Just do your best to make sure they are not the kind of mistakes you can't fix. For the most part, if you don't hit anything then you were a success.

There's few things more exciting and nerve wracking than that first load you get. But hey, you know what? - they were confident enough in you to turn you loose, so now you can get out there and prove to them that you are worth the risk and start enjoying an exciting lifestyle with a good solid paycheck too!

Again Congratulations!


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Dominic P.'s Comment
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Thank you so much old school, I am nervous as anything at this point. I am exsited about getting out on my own soI will just take it slow and make sure I get it right

Starcar's Comment
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Dominic, you have done great !!! So now you get to learn from your mistakes....its a harsh teacher...so think before you do...and GOAL-> ALOT !! If your in doubt about your route, or directions, ask your dispatch..they will expect you too. Be sure and pre trip your route AND your truck...they both need it. CONGRATS...and good Luck...keep us informed, and we'll help you any way we can...

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