Why would anyone want to be a flatbed driver?

Ace

Well-Known Member
I always drive past them shivering in the snow, tarping, while I am nice and warm in my nice truck. It seems like such an extra hassle, it does not seem worth it.
 
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Ontario Outlaw

Hozer Witta Hood
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I’d rather be at the top of the trucking hierarchy rather than working at one of the lower ranked sectors

Heavy haul
Bull haulers
Open deck
Hopper bottom
Car haulers
Tankers






Dry van







Container haulers
Garbage haulers
Bed buggers




Reefer yankers





Roughly top to bottom how the industry is laid out :dunno:
 

Duck

My other car is a POS too
Supporter
I always drive past them shivering in the snow, tarping, while I am nice and warm in my nice truck. It seems like such an extra hassle, it does not seem worth it.
Methinks they're masochists. 🤔
 

Hillbilly Canuck

Well-Known Member
I’d rather be at the top of the trucking hierarchy rather than working at one of the lower ranked sectors

Heavy haul
Bull haulers
Open deck
Hopper bottom
Car haulers
Tankers






Dry van







Container haulers
Garbage haulers
Bed buggers




Reefer yankers





Roughly top to bottom how the industry is laid out :dunno:
Damn guess I'm pretty low these days.
 
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