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PackRat's Comment
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That's not a Reserved Parking spot?

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Jason M.'s Comment
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I often have pictures etc that don't really fit any pre-existing categories so I'm gonna put them here. Feel free to add your own if you wish.

0709665001607573708.jpg This is the passenger mirror, makes me wonder if the previous driver was an unhappy trainer

Pilot shower..

0663596001607573829.jpg."You only had ONE job man"

0569612001607573906.jpg Saw this with a support vehicle at a Pilot.

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Thanks for sharing the info.

Andrey's Comment
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PackRat, I saw this container next to a Tile Shop store in Milwaukee, WI :-)

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PackRat's Comment
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PackRat, I saw this container next to a Tile Shop store in Milwaukee, WI :-)

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I have seen those, too. I should have done a copyright on my handle.

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HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
IDMtnGal 's Comment
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This pickup had the coolest paint job I have ever seen! Whenever it changed lanes, the colors changed!

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Laura

Mikey B.'s Comment
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This was a video on facebook of a hotshot pickup pulling a 53' reefer....is this even legal?

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A refrigerated trailer.

Anne A. (G13Momcat)'s Comment
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This was a video on facebook of a hotshot pickup pulling a 53' reefer....is this even legal?

Riding the rumbles too.. heck, idk? IS IT legal ?!?!?! If the combo is at or under 26k; wouldn't it be legal ? Dunno!

~ Anne ~

Reefer:

A refrigerated trailer.

Dean R.'s Comment
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This happened on my first solo delivery. I wasn't able toilet the door. It was bowed out a little. One of the employees helped me lift it.

Once the door was raised a pallet tipped out. The employee and I held it up while someone went to get the team lead. The team lead said there wasn't anything we can do about it and that we shouldn't risk our safety holding it up. So we let go and jumped back. There was no load strap.

Scrambled eggs anyone?

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Chief Brody's Comment
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Interesting accident scene. Flatbed hauling lumber rollover. Salvageable lumber goes on recovery truck. Unsalvageable lumber goes on the roadside bonfire.

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Mikey B.'s Comment
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I was at a Walmart in New York state. They have a plastic bag ban. You youngsters won't remember but this is what we bagged groceries with before the plastic bag was invented. They were even nice enough to charge a nickel for the one bag I used here.

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