Dating service for truck drivers

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Log book violations can be costly and varies from state to state.

If your going to be a professional trucker its just best to do everything within your power to have your papers and equipment in order. Out west they have inspection stations in addition to weigh stations.

That's not really too good of an example but you see what I mean. When my breaks over, I'll update my logbook and get back to trucking. If the weight is not over gross but over on the axle then either the axle or fifth wheel must be slid or the load must be shifted so the the weight on the axles does not exceed the legal limit.It could make an unprepared truckers life very interesting!I take the hours and divide them by 65 mph to see how many miles I can travel in the hours needed to get where I want to stop. After the truck is loaded, I go in and use the bathroom before I sign the BOL(Bills of Laden), pull the truck up out of the dock, shut the doors and update my logbook to reflect my departure.When you let our partners use cookies to collect similar data that we do on our sites, they can provide ads on our sites that they think match your interests, like deals related to products you love, and measure, report and analyse your interactions with them.Learn more about how our partners use this data, and select 'Manage options' to set your data sharing choices with our partners.Also, you will find tips, advice and links to more details that will help you get a better understanding for making trucking life a success should you choose this career path. (That means back up to the dock.)(If I were leaving the yard this would not be the case, I would be headed off to deliver first stop) While I am waiting to be loaded, I update my logbook again and then grab my map, this time to plan my routing to the destination. The longer the trip, the more important planning ahead becomes.

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