posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 11:58 PM
reply to post by BirdOfillOmen
Going "over the road" is not easy for anyone.... If you have any attachments to a place ie. kids,wife,ect. ect. . You will hate it! Most big
carriers have training programs. England, Swift, CRST. national carriers like those. BE CAREFUL OF WHAT YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR!!!! Some places want
you to commit for several years. Being "new" you can expect crappy loads.
I would try a smaller regional carrier in your area. Most want you to wait until you are 21. I have had a class A liscense for 20 plus years. I just
recently started attending college to get my business degree. I am doing sales for a trucking company. I wish you luck my friend.
DON'T be a douche bag on the road. Don't let other drivers Pi$$ you off ( they will though). No load is worth loosing your life over.,.. Slow
Enjoy the ride!!!! Thats the best part!