My #1 Concern Starting Career In Trucking

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Big Scott (CFI's biggest 's Comment
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CFI is now 25 days with a trainer. You do all the driving. You're dispatched as a solo truck.

tripletdad's Comment
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Millis is 15,000 actual miles. You’re dispatched as solo truck. Supposed to be around 5-8 weeks. The biggest concern for me is that he doesn’t normally take home time when he has a trainer, so I’ll be going at least a month and a half without seeing my wife and kids. Not a big thing in the grand scheme, but It will still suck. Once that is done though, I’ll be able to go home every 10 days or so. There’s my plan, anyway. Home every 10-12 days and during the summer, take a month on the road and then come home to take a vacation with the family for that same amount of time.

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Auto correct is the Jar Jar Binks of my existence..

OMG. First that was funny and I need to learn to turn off this autocorrect.

Second.. Behave or i will chase you down and lock you up.

Third... Go to bed lol

Rick C.'s Comment
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So you're both in the sleeper for off duty?

CFI is now 25 days with a trainer. You do all the driving. You're dispatched as a solo truck.

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