Refridgerators, APU's, And Sat TV As Company Perks Pre-installed In Their Tractors

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G-Town's Comment
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Our objective is to focus on helping newbies, students and entry level drivers get a solid start in trucking. Thanks Please keep that in mind. Thank you.

Brian's Comment
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But he was specifically answering usmc aav's question who is an experienced driver. He said he himself was curious. I see nothing wrong with his response Daniels response. Nowhere did it specifically target entry level drivers nor can an entry level driver apply for the company as he mentioned. We have just as many experienced drivers on this site as we do entry level.

G-Town's Comment
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Brian wrote:

But he was specifically answering usmc aav's question who is an experienced driver. He said he himself was curious. I see nothing wrong with his response Daniels response. Nowhere did it specifically target entry level drivers nor can an entry level driver apply for the company as he mentioned. We have just as many experienced drivers on this site as we do entry level.

Yes, I understand that...

My suggestion to him is more holistic in context; not specifically “just” about this thread.

If I need any help moderating the forum, I’ll be sure to let you know. Thanks.

Brian's Comment
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Wasn't about helping anybody moderate. Daniel simply responsed with a question asked and was shot down because you don't agree with something his company offers. Which wasnt geared at all to newbies, students, or entry level drivers in any context. Had the post been "rookie driver looking for great starter company than I would agree" There have absolutely been conversations prior to this one on this thread that weren't exactly geard towards entry level drivets either. I stand by what I said.

G-Town's Comment
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Wasn't about helping anybody moderate. Daniel simply responsed with a question asked and was shot down because you don't agree with something his company offers. Which wasnt geared at all to newbies, students, or entry level drivers in any context. Had the post been "rookie driver looking for great starter company than I would agree" There have absolutely been conversations prior to this one on this thread that weren't exactly geard towards entry level drivets either. I stand by what I said.

Look Brian...

Again I understand your point...I made that clear in my previous reply to you. So there is no need to restate what is obvious.

Daniel is a recruiter and has made 11 total posts. My statement was a “big picture” attempt to help him understand the primary mission of this forum, and it had everything to do with my role as Moderator providing guidance to a relatively new member.

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