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Hello truckers, my friends.
I'll tell you my history and i don't would you like it or not, but i want confide in someone and i want do it here.. So im already 38 years old and i work as truck driver in transport company. Trucks are my life and i won't change this job to anything else... Im driving for 14 years. My wife died 2 years ago, and my kids gone to Los Angeles, but I stayed here, in Montreal and im driving across America... Once I had to go to someone, to family... but now i wasn't met with kids for a year... because for who i will drive... Im sending money to my mother, which pays bill. I will drive for home on Christmas to stay with mother, have some rest and then i will go back to work. Im driving actually Volvo VNL670 and it is my real home, i have TV, notebook, fridge.. etc.. everything that i need.. i found that web accidentally when i was looking for news about transport.. I wanted to write something about me and i want to know from you what you think about that life. I guess that most of you are professional truck drivers, so please normal responce.. im writing actually from Jacksonville in Florida, I have course to Orlando.. I have to unload it at 22 P.M. so i will start after a few time, i will sleep sometime and unload. I will do a few courses and we will drive to base, because of Christmas. I can also write something if you won't know or understand.. especially young truckers. I gladly help, i have experience so i think i can help someone. Lately i helped some guy with changing a tire, because he hadn't got a lift. So my life is a trucks and please write what you think about that life. Regrads to truckers and young drivers, don't be scared you will learn everything and it will be ok. I was young too and when i get intro truck i was fearful, but i had to go and i learnt by that and now i drive definitely and boldly. So don't be scared young truckers driving that moster. Regards and please write. I will check everyday on pause what you think about that life... good bye.