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TV Casting Call for A New Show about Truckers
In my 15 years of watching truck drivers interact with waitresses, cashiers, shipping clerks, forklift drivers, mechanics, and heck, even other truckers, I’ve discovered that 99% of truckers think they’re in some way either, funny, amusing, interesting, unique, extremely handsome, … Continue reading
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A trucker visits Carhenge
As a trucker for nearly 15 years, I’ve traveled all across the United States and parts of Canada. Along the way I’ve had the opportunity to explore many things. Yet, for the most part, I haven’t. Why not? Well, … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged bonehead, Brie, Broken Air Conditioner, cab fare, cool junk, crawfish, Evil, evil overlord, halibut, holiday weekend, Many Things, nbsp, Pizzas, Portland Oregon, Recollection, remote control, road, Salt Lake City, tightwad, time, truck, trucker, Venue, way, zoo aquarium Leave a comment
Who’s a trucker?
No, seriously. That’s a real question. Does just driving a truck make you a trucker? Or is there something more to it? Sorry, I realize I didn’t put a quiz on your syllabus, but hey, that’s the nature of the … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged Cb, co driver, conscious decision, evil overlord, Family Friends, friend alan, gum, job, manliness, Mascara, NASCAR, nascar drivers, pop quiz, road, Stereotype, Syllabus, truck, Truck Drivers, trucker, truckers, Trucking, tw, Twitter, way 5 Comments
What is your Time Worth Per Hour? by Ellen Voie
If you’re a driver, you get paid by the mile or by the load, but not usually by the hour. Have you calculated your value in terms of time? If you are a volunteer, your time is worth more than … Continue reading
Posted in Women in trucking Tagged 365 days in a year, Affliction, cause, check, Days In A Year, educational foundations, emergency transport, environmental efforts, Natural Settings, Nonprofit Organization, professional drivers, Rainforests, Spiritual Needs, television, Time Time, time worth, Trade Organizations, transport for christ, truck, trucking industry, trucking magazine, Truckload Carriers Association, Truckstop, twenty four hours, volunteer 3 Comments
Hell Week 2: The Sequel
Those of you who follow me on Twitter may as well admit you knew this was coming. Heck, @darkstaff said as much in a Tweet. Even stranger, that weirdo even said he was looking forward to it. So now it’s time to spread the … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged butt, Cue, Denver Co, Doom, door, Flickr, future generations, glenn frey, Good Time, Hell Freezes Over Album, hell week, hollywood movie studios, home, last time, Neptune, post hell, preventable accidents, safety department, sense of deja vu, Sequel, shipper, stop, truck, tweet, week Leave a comment
Strike Three! – FMCSA, You’re Outta There!
The primary mission of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is to reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities involving large trucks and buses. The FMCSA was established as a separate administration within the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) on January … Continue reading
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The CSA (Crappy Sucky Administration)
As if the title didn’t tell you all you needed to know, I’m not a big fan of the new CSA rules that the trucking industry is dealing with. In fact, I’d rather jump in the cage with one of … Continue reading
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