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.


My brother drives Trucks now in Georgia.

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Roger Dickman Thank you for your replay. Your comment was right on!!

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Looking for honest work

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Hey everyone - what's the single best piece of advice you can give to a newbie trucker? I've been asking around and love to hear everyone's thoughts. Thanks!

Don't ever drive your truck into an area or jobsite where you can't back out the way you went in. Also if you drive... see more

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Keep an eye on them springs. The company says they have a good maintenance schedule to catch these problems and there have been two trucks that had broken springs. One was in a turn and caused a rollover.


It's Those springs lol

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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?

Lol George Westlie no sure if such tech exists. Btw, guys do you use Instagram? Thoughts? Our app is kind of... see more

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Andrey Biryuchinskiy Oh, you meant technical stuff haha, I know, I was just blowing off steam lol. Thankfully, I... see more

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I worked at amazon and was wondering if you resign how long do you have to wait to reapply

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Looking for a job in as a caregiver are the waitress or Warehouse

So where does everyone live at. Me,I'm in Grand Haven, MI. and I drive local,I'm home every night and every weekend. I hope that's not a bad thing to be in this group.

I'm on ellabell Ga

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I haven't gotten my CDL yet, but I'm working it. That's why i wanted to join. To see how the trucking world is today. I do work for Goodyear Commercial Tire changing tires on big rigs,but im ready for a change

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