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  1. Monty

    Cargo Vans - What is your straight through limit?

    While I was there, Landstar had none ...... the question was asked, "Can you deliver this by XXXX?" I personally have done Charlotte, Nc to Bismarck, Nd. 1600 miles Salt lake City to Edmonton, AB 1100 miles These runs, while tiring, were dispatched at 50mph for delivery, which had them...
  2. Monty

    "Stink thinkin", but it got me to wondering

    My point is .... under 26,000 pounds requires NO CDL, hence no requirement for a physical, or if there is one, it would not be a requirement regarding insulin. And this is just for discussion! Hell no, I ain't coming back! :rolleyes: There would be no FEDERAL regulation regarding insulin...
  3. Monty

    "Stink thinkin", but it got me to wondering

    While taking a break in the little room down the hall I got to wondering. I am not about to return to the road, but it occoured to me if I did, a C-D truck with a fancy sleeper might be the thing for my wife and I. Now ... she is not eligible for a CDL, since she is insulin dependent. However...
  4. Monty

    Gearing up for the Expedite Expo

    And how do ya know how many Nuns are in a casino? I'm betting they're wearing their flashy sun dresses when there! :rolleyes:
  5. Monty

    Gearing up for the Expedite Expo

    I know my favorite times at the MATS show was always out back, enjoying a smoke and having the chance to speak with folks outside the booth. While the booth in the central point, much must be accomplished there, and goals must be met. Casual time is best .. such as the lounge at Executive West...
  6. Monty

    Ohio State Police withholding Michigan CDL.

    Yes, interesting facts! Thanks Paul!
  7. Monty

    Ohio State Police withholding Michigan CDL.

    I'll pass your concerns along to my wife, who has been a cop for more than 25 years. Wait, I think she's already heard it. :rolleyes:
  8. Monty

    Ohio State Police withholding Michigan CDL.

    I can not discuss the original thread, I do not know the details, but a couple of points to remember. Ohio does NOT have a state police. Michigan does. Ohio has the "Highway Patrol", which only has police powers on state highways, state property, or when working at the invite of a local...
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