As Piglet would say:
Deere have been known to mess up a truck.
That's why they have Deere guards.
I don't armor all the floor but I do get after it when the crap gets an inch or two thick on the floor ffs. Wouldn't pass over at TMC I'm sure but I don't let it go completely to pot like some I see in the gravel pits.I basically said the same thing as skate said but got attacked for it by all these fake-ass douchebags. These guys that drive in their socks obviously never have to get out in snow or gravel lots.
Get the job done and go home. If the floor gets too dirty, vacuum it. Otherwise just drive the damn thing.
Or waste your time armor all'ing your f*ing floor mats every day just in case you decide you want to eat scrambled eggs off of it. Whatever, it's a free country.
It’s hard to believe that two years has passed. As of January 23rd 2019 I am officially a truck driver.
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Been a lot of good times and a few bad, over 1/4 million safe miles under my belt at this point. I gave up everything to drive a truck. And not a day goes by that I regret that decision. I love what I do. Every day. I wouldn’t change a thing.
2 years in. TMC is still who they say they are, I haven’t had any pay issues. Yes you have to detail your truck for service but who doesn’t like a clean truck?
Where did you find all the snow? The wind is just now hitting western Pennsylvania now but no snow yet.First and foremost **** winter.
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There is no torque control with an auto to rock yourself out of a situation like this. I had done it before with my old manual. So I’m waiting on my dad to bring a shove so I can shovel myself out.
I hate winter. I am not meant to be north of I-40.