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Rob T.'s Comment
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Great job!

PackRat's Comment
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Army 's Comment
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Congrats.

Noob_Driver's Comment
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Congrats! Not sure how i missed this but ill be on the lookout for ya. Im truck 7028.

Pete E Pothole's Comment
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Just calculated my earnings for my first year solo. Check dates are July 6 2019 to July 8 2020. I grossed 66.5k, and brought home 48.6k, I didn't achieve the goal I wanted to hit but I came close. I did not go through and calculate the miles I ran in that same time period, but the GPS i started using when I went solo shows 135k miles.

Rob D.'s Comment
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Nice job

PackRat's Comment
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Those are some great numbers. Nice job, Pete!

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Old School's Comment
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Pete, you might not have reached your goal, but those are excellent numbers for a new driver. They are far above average. Congratulations!

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Anne A. (G13MomCat)'s Comment
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Just calculated my earnings for my first year solo. Check dates are July 6 2019 to July 8 2020. I grossed 66.5k, and brought home 48.6k, I didn't achieve the goal I wanted to hit but I came close. I did not go through and calculate the miles I ran in that same time period, but the GPS i started using when I went solo shows 135k miles.

Congrats, Pete E. ~!!!

Change your status, wouldja?!?!?!? ;)

Methinks 'experienced driver' might be duly earned, at this point, good sir!

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Pete E Pothole's Comment
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Well I left my status unchanged, as I have always heard you will learn the most in your first year solo. So I considered that year my training period. Now I just have to watch out for over-confidence, stats I have seen show most accidents happen in careers between six months and two years experience. A bit of relaxing, and perhaps biting off more than you can chew so to speak.

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