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Two years ago I made my dream of driving an 18 wheeler a reality.
I can remember as early as the age of 5 that one day I will be sitting behind that wheel rolling down the highway. I’ve worked as a sales associate in a supermarket, I was a mechanic, car saleswoman, interior decorator, cashier, chef’s assistant, bartender, swimsuit model and receptionist at a law firm.
Ive inquired with Swift, CR England and CRST and they are hounding me to sign up for their training. Comments on tgese companies or possible others good to go through training and driving for??
Thank you :-) I would like to see truck safety questions for all people testing for a regular drivers license.
Some think the bigger the truck the faster it stops. My perception of sharing the highway is a total lack of respect and courtesy of cars (4 wheelers) to trucks.
Simply because most just don’t know about trucking, what we do, who we are and why we’re here.
Every day I get the question “isn’t driving that big rig hard? All the truck-stop Cafe's and doss houses will also be out of jobs, so they also need to look for alternative employment.
As for the bakers and all that supply them, it will hit them too. I totally agree with your comments about ORUs(other road users) being very ignorent of the hazards of tangling with a 44tn 60ft vehicle, and the danger they put themselves and innocent ORUs into when they do something stupid in front of us.
Believe me, show us a little respect and recognition and you’ll make both our day. As a local truck driver, I meet dozens of people on a daily basis and because of me being a non typical truck driver people ask me questions about why I drive a truck. It’s freedom, it’s liberating and it’s what keeps America moving. They are emotionless, so dont give a damn what other fools do on the road.Good god, we’re delivering what you need and what you buy!Did you ever stop and ask yourself, how did these goods get on these store shelves? If I walked up and handed you the keys and asked you to get the job done better and faster than me, you'd change your attitude pretty fast. We are trying to make a living, and frankly without trucks and its drivers, America would stop.We are not put here solely to slow you down or aggravate you. Understand that our job is not easy and it takes a lot of skill and courage to drive and maneuver a tractor trailer.
It takes a very long time for us to stop, when we turn we have to turn wide due to trailer “off tracking”, in rain or snow we cannot hit the brakes hard due to the brakes locking up and causing our trailer to “jack knife” and the list goes on…A few simple things you can do to make our experience of sharing the highway a better and safer one.
Unfortunately only the bad stereo-typical image of truck drivers are exposed....