Trucker Humor: Trucking Company Name Acronyms

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Jerry's Comment
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I love a good laugh, and the other night I was talking with some of the other students of Celadon who are at various places in their training. We came across the topic of acronyms that people have came up with over the years and some of them are downright hilarious. Would it be an issue if we built this thread up with some innocently humorous stuff?

Steve C.'s Comment
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Tarp More Cargo

Too Much Chrome

Daniel B.'s Comment
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CRST- Cant Receive Speeding Tickets

SWIFT- Sure Wish I Finished Training

MAYFLOWER- May All Your Furniture Leave Our Warehouse Entirely Ruined

ROEHL- Runs Over Every Hill Last WERNER- We Employ Rookies No Experience Required

DIGBY- Did I Go Broke Yet

JB HUNT- Job Being Holding Up National Traffic

PRIME- PRetending It's My Equipment

SWIFT- Slow Wagons In Fast Traffic

CRST- Completely Rebuilt Schneider Truck

CRST- Crash & Roll Stunt Team

SCHNEIDER- Send Cash Have Not Eaten In Days Emergency Reply

ENGLAND- Every New Guy Leaves after Ninety Days

MILLIS- Maybe I Like It Laying Sideways

I don't think the admins mind it. Some laughter is always good.


Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

The primary person a driver communicates with at his/her company. A dispatcher can play many roles, depending on the company's structure. Dispatchers may assign freight, file requests for home time, relay messages between the driver and management, inform customer service of any delays, change appointment times, and report information to the load planners.
Daniel H.'s Comment
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Millions In Loans Leaving Interstate Sideways.


Commercial trade, business, movement of goods or money, or transportation from one state to another, regulated by the Federal Department Of Transportation (DOT).

Jerry's Comment
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SWIFT - Stop Whining, I'm Frickin Trying

Jerry's Comment
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CRST - Can't Read, Spell, or Type

Steven B.'s Comment
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How about trucking?

Trailer Response Under Counterintuitive Kingpin Inversing Neanderthal Gyroscope

Dave D. (Armyman)'s Comment
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PRIME=Please Remember I Am Missouri Educated


DIGBY=Yes By Golly I Did (Did I Go Broke Yet) SWIFT=Two F______ In White Semi


Daniel H.'s Comment
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Can't Ever Leave And Deliver Ontime Nowdays.

Tracey K.'s Comment
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I can't stop smiling. Yes, this is what it is about.

In Georgia we had many for all the local drivers. I was a local driver for a while.

Consolidated Freight--- Corn Flakes

Roadway--- Really Old Ass Driver Working Another Year. (sorry)

Can't remember them all. No, I didn't drive for Roadway. I wasn't old enough, THEN. Daniel B. has out done us all. See what happens when you drive for miles and miles.

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