I Hate Reefers

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Steve L.'s Comment
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Every time I find a nice spot away from these guys one has to pull up next to me. Why can't ya just park next to all the other loud trucks?

Steve L.'s Comment
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Or maybe I just hate that my company doesn't allow idling nor do the provide a cooling system inthe sleeper when the truck is off. Yeah that's it.

Sorry reefer drivers.

Reefer:

A refrigerated trailer.

J. Snow's Comment
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Which company is that? Because I don't want to work for them...

ColeTrucker's Comment
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Or maybe I just hate that my company doesn't allow idling nor do the provide a cooling system inthe sleeper when the truck is off. Yeah that's it.

Sorry reefer drivers.

Daggonit! Why you got to be from Florida?

Focus on the issue and resolve it. Otherwise get some earplugs.....

Reefer:

A refrigerated trailer.

Ralph G. ( Arejay )'s Comment
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Focus on the issue and resolve it.

Yeah! one of these buttons is sure to make that reefer nice and quiet.... smile.gifrefrigerated trailer control panel

At least until the driver jumps outta his cab or comes back from his shower. shocked.png

Reefer:

A refrigerated trailer.

Errol V.'s Comment
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Get done ear plugs. Mine are so good I don't hear my alarm at 2:30 am!

ColeTrucker's Comment
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Focus on the issue and resolve it.

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Yeah! one of these buttons is sure to make that reefer nice and quiet.... smile.gifhqdefault.jpg

At least until the driver jumps outta his cab or comes back from his shower. shocked.png

lmao!!!rofl-3.gifrofl-2.gif

Reefer:

A refrigerated trailer.

Steve L.'s Comment
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Or maybe I just hate that my company doesn't allow idling nor do the provide a cooling system inthe sleeper when the truck is off. Yeah that's it.

Sorry reefer drivers.

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Daggonit! Why you got to be from Florida?

Focus on the issue and resolve it. Otherwise get some earplugs.....

I Was just whining I know. And yeah the ear plugs do make it difficult to hear the alarm.

:)

Reefer:

A refrigerated trailer.

Chris the stick slinger's Comment
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Didn't take long for me to figure out why some drivers pulled into their parking spots nose first.

Find two parked with an empty between and dive in.

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Pat M.'s Comment
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I am just guessing, but you probably would not like the straight pipes on the loaner truck I am driving while mine is in the shop.... LOL

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