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Thing for Cooking
am just fresh out of truck driving school and waiting to get a trainer.
What is the first thing you would get for cooking? ----- Response from
newbie truck driver expense puzzle.
is a really convenient site for a newbie like myself. I am registered
at a PTDI trucking school and scheduled to begin training on December
chains for new owner op
am a new owner op and I am responsible for purchasing chains for my
truck tires for the winter months. Do you know where I can find them at
a low cost
Bubba Keg: A Review for Professional
does a Bubba Keg work to keep cold beverages cold or hot beverages hot?
We review this cup for professional truck drivers.
We request your review of a product or service marketed and sold to
professional truck drivers.
Nut Covers: Truck Accessories Basics and
How to Save Money on Them
truck accessories like lug nut covers can make your tractor trailer
look pretty. We cover the basics and money saving tips on acquiring
Thanksgiving Trip Money Saving Tips
you're a trucker having to take a Thanksgiving trip, working over the
holiday, you can save money lots of ways. We tell you how...
Accessories We Recommend to Help You
experiences have taught which trucker accessories helped us save money
on the road. We recommend our picks for Christmas gifts or any time.
Bag Repair: Use of a Homemade
Anti-Pill Fleece Sleeping Bag Liner
regular use over time liners can tear, necessitating sleeping bag
repair. Can you use an anti-pill fleece sleeping bag liner for this?
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