Tonight's The Night

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Minnie Mouse's Comment
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So I do my eval tonight. I feel more confident then I did last week. Please wish me well cross fingers toes and eyes for me.

Robert K.'s Comment
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I've got my fingers crossed for you good luck Minnie Mouse.

Brett Aquila's Comment
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You're gonna do awesome!

Remember to just relax and be confident. Also, keep in mind that the people around you - even those evaluating you - want to see you succeed and move ahead. All you have to really show is that you're taking it seriously, you're giving it everything you have to make it in this business, and that you're improving with time. You don't have to be perfect. They know you're new at this. It's really about whether or not you show the potential for being a safe, productive driver one day. I'm sure they're totally sold on you already. They just wanted to see a little more before they sent you on to the next step.

Go get em! And smile all the way through it! smile.gif


Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Ozzy's Comment
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Go get 'em......Im sure if I did it this morning, you got this too!!!!

Update us on it.

Old School's Comment
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Relax! and try to enjoy this, you're gonna make it. Show em that you're confident and capable, they know you're just getting started at this, they just want to see that you are the type of conscientious person who understands the seriousness of driving around in a big rig.

One of these days you're going to be driving around solo in one of those nice big shiny trucks, and you're going to be feeling so good about it that all that nervousness you're having now will seem like a bad dream that's over and forgotten.


Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
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