Coronavirus In A New Truck

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Patrick 's Comment
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If a driver turns in his truck, and he has the virus, will the company clean the truck sufficiently enough so when the truck is assigned to another driver, he is not exposed to the virus, along with his dog or cat

Old School's Comment
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We have no way of knowing what your company does. Why don't you ask them?

What number company is this for you Patrick? You have certainly had a transient trucking career.


Operating While Intoxicated

ID Mtn Gal's Comment
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Unless you have severe health issues, don't worry about this "pandemic" truly isn't as bad as the fake MSM makes it out to be. If it was, I would, at almost 69, having Multiple Sclerosis (an autoimmune disease) and recently had my heart shocked due to having AFib, would have caught it somewhere in my travels in/thru 23 Western and Midwestern States and 3 back East. Not a single sniffle, cough and I haven't worn any masks except once at Americold in Ontario CA.

But as Old School says, ask your company.


PackRat's Comment
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Oh wow! I just realized who the OP is, a legendary troll that can never keep his story straight.

Why do you want our advice? Bored sitting somewhere?

Stevo Reno's Comment
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Month ago or so, was a new driver at our Riverside terminal , in a tank top he had red bite welts all over his upper torso , looked nasty , he went home to heal dunno if he returned found out the bed in the truck he wound up on had a bad case of bed bugs


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.

Daniel B.'s Comment
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I love you Patrick. You're a legend.

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