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Thread: Slip Seating

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    Default Slip Seating

    Now this is a good one.
    How many have slipped seated with other driver's using the same trk?

    Now you really need to respect the other person using the trk.
    Do they smoke?
    What condition do they leave the trk in?

    There's so much to be said on this subject, so lets hear some stories.

    Holly
    no sir I wasn't speeding, I was qualifying

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    and you gotta learn to use the shower and change clothes once in a while or you'll give new meaning to "slip-seating"
    You can't fix stupid

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    Don't forget that there are 2 or more driver's to a trk. Keep it clean.


    Holly
    no sir I wasn't speeding, I was qualifying

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    I .just won't do it
    ALWAYS GO FORWARD NEVER LOOK BACK.

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    Default Slip Seating

    Did it once,won't do it again!

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    This is an older post, we used to slipseat with temps. and driver personel drivers, all of us (18) drivers started bagging the garbage and leaving it on the dispatchers desk with a note to please return this to abc driver. Slipseating ended after a few ripe bags were left there
    No cheap freight---no cheap drivers--know what your AZ is worth
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    I have never worked anywhere that didn't slipseat the trucks!

    Where i work now, there are more smokers, than non smokers!Some of them don't care how messy they are, and leave ashes all over the dash and floor, and spill coffee everywhere!

    Some of them leave garbage in the trucks all the time.


    But i don't mind too much, at least all summer, usually we each have a truck to ourselves, and no one else drives it, unless we need a day off or call in sick, then someone else always drives my truck!

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    There should be rules about respecting the sharing of the trk. All who drive it should leave it clean for the next driver, or for themselves for that matter.

    Holly
    no sir I wasn't speeding, I was qualifying

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    It is very hard to keep a gravel truck or snowplow clean on the inside, you have to be constantly wiping the dash and gauges and always sweeping the floor.
    Some guys just don't bother.

    I hate dusty dash and gauges tho!

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    If I can make a suggestion.........take a bulk pkg of baby wipes with you on your next shift......leave it on the seat and a grocery bag hung somewhere from the dash along with a note explaining the purpose.

    It's worth a try.
    BECAREFUL OUT THERE, DRIVE SAFELY!

    EO

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