If you have felonies but good driving record will be harder to get a decent driving job?
Sometimes when things are tough it can do a number on your self-esteem, but don't let that negativity creep in!
Just know that you are already better than you think you are.
Here's to YOU!
Keep up the good work and have an amazing week! : )
You are doing a great job.
Being a new person in town is kind of hard, but I have faith in the lord that things will turn out okay, people are being miss lead about me, God will fix this too, my faith is always been about the Lord, my experience in Trucking is 10+ years, I love driving, I want a job in my new town, I have all the endorsements PSTX, TWIC Card, Passport, DOT, every thing is up to date, Please give me a chance new town, the town need to learn me, not... see more
Trucking has changed so much since I retired back in 2003. The quality of drivers are not as courteous and not as professional as before.The reason is the Electronic logs and the rate of pay have been reduced. The amount of training required to obtain a CDL has dropped. I would to get back on the road but the body say I’m too old.
I may seek a local dispatcher position in Houston area.
Hey, all! I am working on a project - an app for truckers to connect and share day-to-day work stuff. Worth pursuing? And if yes, what would be some cool features to add?
kick a while chock out with foot tore off my toe nail.
Do your job and do good pre trip keep truck clean if have problem talk to them. Good people.
I didn't ask for any type of employee satisfaction features
I'm used to being home every night.
I tried the OTR driving and didn't like it...
This is kind of a tough topic for me. I am a CDL driver and we lost one of our guys today. I got a message that one of our drivers had an accident, they think a heart attack.
He was a great dude and a very good driver and it got me thinking that I should start trying to get more active on the road. A heart attack actually killed my dad and it scares the hell out of me. How can I work out when I am trucking constantly??
#1 slip seating
#2 older model trucks
#3 Third shift
#4 call ins on days off
#5 working on Holidays
#6 split days off/never two in a row
#7 delays on maintenance
#8 may have to drive hostler
#9 average $1k week gross
#10 weekly pay check
#11 frequent change of duties
#12 frequent drop and hook
#13 57’ trailers
If you have double/triple end. You will pull doubles.
#14 average 50 hours a week