Another Topic Just For Fun - What Was Your Last Load? How Much Did It Weigh? How Many Miles?

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C T.'s Comment
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Picked this behemoth up in malvern, AR and went to Louisville, KY fairly light at 32k. 500 miles or so

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G-Town's Comment
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A Nestle' backhaul from Breinigsville Pa back to the DC, 21 pallets of Deer Park weighing 45,782lbs. That was the last stop of a 4 stop run totaling 362 miles, a tad over 12 hours to complete.

The initial outbound store delivery run of dry grocery, 29 pallets was 40,211lbs. Millville NJ 9 pallets, Vineland NJ 12 pallets, & Williamstown NJ 8 pallets.

TommyGun's Comment
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Came from home time in Fort Pierce, FL. Picked up a trailer in Lakeland, picked up 37k of Minute Maid bottled OJ. Delivered to Dickson, TN at +35 in the reefer.

822 mi.

Reefer:

A refrigerated trailer.

Robert B. (The Dragon) ye's Comment
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1 steel coil and 9 skidded coils that went from Niles Ohio to Mansfield and then Bellville Ohio. Following the permit route, right around 265 miles at a weight of 79,540#. Total gross 115,540#

OWI:

Operating While Intoxicated

Vitamin's Comment
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Shingles, 47,000 ish, 225 miles. Not a bad afternoon.

PackRat's Comment
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My previous load was 9876 lbs of plastic action figures that I had loaded at Funko in Everett, WA. Delivered that today (Thursday) at a WalMart DC in Jurupa Valley, CA. This was right beside a busy Swift terminal. 1272 total miles. Was pretty neat topping Grapevine Hill in 10th gear at 57 mph on I-5 coming south. My average for this trip was 9.2 mpg.

Terminal:

A facility where trucking companies operate out of, or their "home base" if you will. A lot of major companies have multiple terminals around the country which usually consist of the main office building, a drop lot for trailers, and sometimes a repair shop and wash facilities.

∆_Danielsahn_∆'s Comment
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Frozen / Dairy mixed load, 2 stops, 39k

And a backhaul from coca cola bottling 401 miles round trip

Johnstown, NY to Fishkill, NY to Newington, CT to Northampton, MA back to Johnstown, NY

Unholychaos's Comment
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Smyrna TN to Plainfield IN. Had about a 45m deadhead from Portland TN, just before the KY border. Had to go through Nashville during morning rush hour, thank God for TN-155/Briley Parkway (got through in about 15m). About 325m from pickup to delivery. The load was automotive parts going to a pepboys warehouse. Just under 9k lbs loaded not even 1/4 full. Such a waste of floor space, but what do I care; we get paid regardless.

Deadhead:

To drive with an empty trailer. After delivering your load you will deadhead to a shipper to pick up your next load.

andhe78's Comment
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7 coils of braided cable. 45530 pounds. Tennessee to North Dakota. 1132 miles.

PackRat's Comment
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Trip before the last one I posted, I reached a personal milestone. Finally got through North Dakota, from east to west. That's my 50th state, doing all of the lower 48 and 4 Canadian provinces in under 2.5 years. Some day I want to take a load north to Dead Horse.

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