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Old 05-25-2006, 02:57 PM
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Or knows anybody. Need something moved to Manasass , VA. 53 ft dry van
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Hollis Transport, gainsville Ga
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Very good SB - But out of our range- BH
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BarronMarine owns a logistics company, maybe he can help. PM him, he isusualy at his computer, his company is called Ada logistics
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[QUOTE=THEJOKER]Very good SB - But out of our range- BH[/

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Augie Pensa..or outer42 ..both are in trucking...

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Got it covered - thanks for everybody's help .
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we insure truckers lol
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[QUOTE=jlmtx83]we insure truckers lol[/QUOTE

So your a insurance co.???
Well I have logged over 6 million accident free miles in a truck and I couldn't even begin to tell you how many in my cars, pickups, boats, snowmobiles, motorcycles ect. without ever having a accident in my life, I wouldn't even begin to know how to make a claim.
But driving 150,000+ miles a year I get a speeding ticket every couple of years in the truck, it has been 22 years since I got one in a personal vehicle.
But the ROTTEN BA$TARD insurance co. don't care how good of a driver you are, they just look for ways to raise your premium, they say how many points are on you license, NOT how good of a driver are you. When you drive 10 times more then the average person your chances of getting a ticket are 10 times greater, but no one cares about that. They just want to raise your premiums on your personal stuff, even the boat, snowmobiles and motorcycles. So now I'm paying for all of the Jack a$$e$ that hit deer or don't drive defensively enough to keep from getting hit, there not at fault but the insurance co. takes my money and pays for there vehicle to get fixed. And since they were not at fault there premium doesn't go up because they don't have any points on there license.

I feel sorry for you insuring trucking co. The trucking industry has grown so fast in the last few years that most trucking co. have to hire scum. I'd say about 85% of the truck drivers on the road today are scum, they don't take showers, never wear clean clothes, have long hair, unshaven, most have to wear slip on boats because there to stupid to know how to tie them. Anyone with a pulse can get a truck diving job, these big co. recruit them, put them in a class room for ONE DAY and the next they take them out on the busy street in a semi with a trainer 4 feet away from the wheel and brake pedal and away they go. So the next time you have your family out in the car and you see a semi behind you, you have to ask yourself if the driver has been driving for 30 years and no accidents or did he sit in a classroom for 4 hours yesterday and today he has been behind the wheel for 15 minutes? And you better hope he knows where the brake is.
I personally think they should do away with insurance co. And everyone carry a big club, when someone hits your vehicle you get out and beat them, the more damage the worse the beating, starting with a door ding in a parking lot=kick in the nuts, Totaled car= death, You would weed out all of the bad drivers on the road and the ones brave enough to drive would be extremely careful, they wouldn't be talking on there cell phones or reading a book while driving.
OK, I'm going to get down off my soapbox and go play with the boat I have a hard time insuring JB
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Got it covered - thanks for everybody's help .
Dude, Let me know in the future I can post it on Dat connect.
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