RVer Fueling In The Truck Lanes Question.

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Robsteeler's Comment
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Laura, that's what usually happens. I extremely rarely ever pull in and there's not a truck in front of me. I do run into the bathroom at that time usually. Of course, I've been driving my couch since January anyway since my company lost our contract. Been waiting for them to get their act together and collecting unemployment for a while. I have a job offer I'm considering now. Came out of the blue so I'm hoping my kidney stone issue is resolved right now.

Anne A. (G13Momcat)'s Comment
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Laura, that's what usually happens. I extremely rarely ever pull in and there's not a truck in front of me. I do run into the bathroom at that time usually. Of course, I've been driving my couch since January anyway since my company lost our contract. Been waiting for them to get their act together and collecting unemployment for a while. I have a job offer I'm considering now. Came out of the blue so I'm hoping my kidney stone issue is resolved right now.

Good to see you back around, RobSteeler!

You driving for SNI again? I thought you were leaving the industry; bet I missed the 'in betweens.'

Sorry!

Best to ya; miss y'around!

~ Anne ~

Robsteeler's Comment
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I went to dispatching, then my company lost our Amazon contract and we went to FedEx. I became asst. Site manager and delivery driver over the last Christmas season. Then, my company lost that site, and I was laid off. So I collected unemployment for a little while. I'm looking for a gig right now. Had a job offer that I won't get into unless I decide to go for it. Like I said, I'm nervous that my kidney stone issue will return and I don't want to go somewhere and have to quit. I have a physical scheduled next month and I'm supposed to get some tests that might determine if I drive again. Thanks for asking.

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