I flatbed, and so far its been good.
I'm HRpuffNstuff, but I have picked up the handle "Cans" due to a haz-mat load that went bad. Just one of those things I guess, but it certainly could have been worse. I learned a bunch from it let me tell you, and should there be a next time, I'll know what to look for in the loading and paperwork.
Currently I work for a training company, some know it as "the big blue screw" and some know it only as WERNER.
Myself, well I like 'em so far, for the most part. I mean really, I was offered a dedicated position only two weeks after being assigned my own tractor. And to answer your question about experience, I've been driving for five months now.
I've seen a bit of winter weather in the north-east during March, and I've seen a bit of Florida during February. My first two weeks solo lead me through Texas, and I'm happy to be back in the So. Cal. area on this dedicated Johns Manville account. Yes, I mostly move roofing materials but I have moved steel and lumber too.
Mostly, I would like to chat with you about O/O pros and cons and if your at all interested in hearing what my plans are, well drop me a line. And Miss, where do you run?
I am busy during the week as Im sure you are, still I check my e-mail and this site at least once a week; on Saturdays I normally get a chance to check to see what has been going on for me electronically.
If you would care to chat some, I will send you a recent picture as youve asked for.
For now, peace-out, HR.