he;d learn how just about every cop in the country targets and hassles truck drivers
to go from being immune from obeying any laws to having to deal with millions of laws rules and regs.
one clearance light out and you get hassled.
Life's not about avoiding the storm, It's about learning to dance in the rain...The way of the cross is not paved with lilies; it is paved with grace.
Lol at all of you who don't already realize that cops are also the target of blood thirsty lawyers....and work under a million +1 regulations and laws....an have to piss in a cup all the time....
Guess what, we already deal with that.....and just do a ODT search...we aren't exactly the peoples favorite either....
If guns kill people, then pencils misspell words, cars make people drive drunk, and spoons make you fat...
Man, This thread has been eye opening. I have been contemplating both careers...holy crap
cant go wrong with 2 to the chest, 1 to the head. repeat if threat is still a threat.- militaryrednek
But you run into Lot Lizards all the time .lol
Newnan is not in SW GA !!!
Someone's gotta do it.
I used to work in the oil industry. And as with everything in the oil industry, you make bank (but also extremely long hours). The truck drivers that hauled off fracking fluid, oil, sand... they make a lot. But they pretty much have to abandon their family. I used to ride shotgun with a lot of big rig trucks in the industry. There are a lot of rules and regulations. They didnt even allow us to have GPS systems (company policy though, not federal). And the trucks were disgusting inside because they were all passed around like a whore so no one bothered keeping the insides clean.
But yeah, you can make a lot of money being a trucker. It just depends on who you work for. A lot of the guys I worked with were ex-truckers and a lot of them said they got paid peanuts. But as soon as they started driving in the oil field they made bank. A lot of truckers eventually buy their own truck and start being independant, they make a lot of money.
Oh, and if you never had a hemmeroid before, you will.
Been driving since 1987 and I drive for the USPS, it's not bad at all driving local. I'm home every night and I do work Saturday's, but who doesn't these days.
The USPS was hiring a few to drive in and around the Atl. area, you may want to got to the USPS web site and check it out.
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