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ID Mtn Gal's Comment
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For me, it's D. 4-wheelers. None of the other 3 bother me at all.

Laura

BK's Comment
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For me, it's D. 4-wheelers. None of the other 3 bother me at all.

Laura

Laura, you are very correct. After all, why hate e-logs? Who would prefer to still be doing paper logs?

Navypoppop's Comment
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BK, I would be one who would prefer paper logs as it put me in control of logging my hours, driving, on and off duty, pre and post trips and total hours. I didn't need a computer telling me when to drive and sleep or all the sensors telling me if I was too close to something. As you can tell I am really from the old school as I drove from 1969 thru 2011 and was fortunate enough to make it over 3 million miles. I give a lot of credit to all of you who are driving thru the computer age and the HOS rules but I am a product of years gone by.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Bird-One's Comment
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Me.

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For me, it's D. 4-wheelers. None of the other 3 bother me at all.

Laura

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Laura, you are very correct. After all, why hate e-logs? Who would prefer to still be doing paper logs?

BK's Comment
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BK, I would be one who would prefer paper logs as it put me in control of logging my hours, driving, on and off duty, pre and post trips and total hours. I didn't need a computer telling me when to drive and sleep or all the sensors telling me if I was too close to something. As you can tell I am really from the old school as I drove from 1969 thru 2011 and was fortunate enough to make it over 3 million miles. I give a lot of credit to all of you who are driving thru the computer age and the HOS rules but I am a product of years gone by.

Navy: You got over 3 million miles? You have my upmost respect, that is a mark few can achieve.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
BK's Comment
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Bird one, nice to see you post something positive.

Bird-One's Comment
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Bruce you asked the question who would prefer still doing paper logs and I answered your question. So what’s the issue? Seems you have had your “Fruit of the looms” in a twist as of late.

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Bird one, nice to see you post something positive.

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Georgia Mike's Comment
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My codriver's first day driving the truck.

Ryan B.'s Comment
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BK, I somehow think of you when I see this.

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