First 6 Months In Trucking Pictures And Video

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Stickers's Comment
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Have had a lot of experiences in my last 6 months so here are some of my pictures! I made a youtube video too, enjoy!

Squeezing an empty trailer into a spot at the packing plant in my first tractor.bright blue semi-truck tractor trailer backed into tight spot inches awaybright blue semi-truck tractor trailer backed into tight spot inches away

Pete 379 loaner truck I used for a week.black Peterbilt 379 at fuel island

view from the Pete waiting to get loaded by grain cart. truck driver's view out the windshield of Peterbilt 379

Combine fire this harvest season.....it was supposed to load me when I got there :( farm combine on fire in wheat field

My black Freightliner that I upgraded to.black freightliner and red Volvo <span class= bobtail sitting in parking lot" title="black freightliner and red Volvo bobtail sitting in parking lot">

Picking up at a pumpkin patch right before Halloween 2016semi-truck picking up pumpkins at a pumpkin patch for Halloween

VERY tight dock north of St.Louis grabbing a back haul of eggs to take home.semi-truck picking up a load of eggs

Just came over Monteagle, TN and snapped this pic before bedtime at the fireworks shop before heading through Chattanooga the next morning. And no I didn't beat rush hour lol. picture of a fireworks store at night in Tennessee

My last fill up before heading home last week. I had just sat North of St. Louis for several hours on HWY 61 due to glare ice/ freezing drizzle. I decided to take a 10 hour break rather than drive all the way back to central Iowa and got this picture the next morning. The whole lot as well as my entire tractor was sheet of ice. black Freightliner filling up at fuel island after ice storm

And my super trucker selfie! young truck drivers selfie in the cab of his truck

And here is the YouTube link for the video!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8iGWs-UQuI

Merry Christmas everyone!

Bobtail:

"Bobtailing" means you are driving a tractor without a trailer attached.

G-Town's Comment
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Great pics...good for you. Totally awesome when we someone beats the odds and can share their success.

Tip of the hat to you.

John M.'s Comment
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Very nice! I hope that's me in six months dancing-dog.gif Merry Christmas TT

Big Scott (CFI's biggest 's Comment
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Great job. Congratulations. Keep up the good work.

Gladhand's Comment
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Congrats, glad to see you were able to come over the odds and find work in trucking. Hope you continue to truck on!

Stickers's Comment
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Thanks for the replies everyone. I have decided to move on from the O/O I was driving for but I with the OTR experience I have now the job market is a little more promising. I will be sure to keep everyone updated! Happy Holidays!

OTR:

Over The Road

OTR driving normally means you'll be hauling freight to various customers throughout your company's hauling region. It often entails being gone from home for two to three weeks at a time.

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