Hey everyone, last week was my first accident in 8 years of driving and I feel like such an idiot. I was finishing up my last load of the day and the dispatcher had me change to a 53' and pick up from a yard I've never been to. I tried to turn around and misjudged the amount of room I needed to turn with my tandem placement. I dented another drivers exhaust stack and backed into a utility pole.

I told my supervisor obviously he was not happy... see more

I doubt that you would get fired for that,placed in probation yes,but fired? I seriously doubt it,I wouldn t fire... see more

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thanks for sharing

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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!

The day I stop learning out there,is the day I stop driving, no need to put my life or someone's else's life in... see more

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We have a lot of Truck Driving Jobcasers. Often we hear a lot of upside in that career choice. The Atlantic recently ran this which highlights more of the challenging side of it.
I’ve got a lot of respect for truckers- a hard job that keeps this country running.

So reprinting this here for anyone interested.


I'm not a truck driver, but my husband is. I've been on the road with him for many years. I've been a driver manager, manager, dispatcher in trucking. By comments I've seen about some of your dispatchers. Sounds like your company needs to retrain them or the driver needs a new job. Dispatchers are not perfect, but your not their only driver. I've never had issues with my drivers when I dispatched because I gave my driver's respect and they gave... see more

Some dishpatchers could care less about the drivers it's good when they have been around it before dispatching

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Because I'm wanting to get my CDL to go after steel myself for me to build with and yes I'm a welder

Depends on the type of truck you will be driving and weight you will be hauling.

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Living in Calera, AL now. No longer living in Washington

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Please help any kind of job

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I'm applying for a job as a company truck driver


Ok so my gf is a truck driver (for 6 Months now) with a terrible company and she has a previous felony ,but she's not a bad person. It happened in 2013 but hasn't had anything Else besides a ticket . We're needing to know what companies will hire with a felony on the background along with just 6 months of working. I'm needing advice , possibly recommendations !! We're located in Mississippi.

You got big m oUT ofor blue Mountain royal trucking out of west point ms and total from Jackson and a few more I'm... see more

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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 live in Livingston texas and I'm an otr flatbedder.

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