Hi guys, I read on here or at least I think it was here, that Pitt Ohio wanted all there Class B CDL holders to upgrade to Class A CDL's is this true? I ask because the one thing I find goofy about this industry is it goes out of its way to ask for Class B CDL holders for certain things. The reason I ask you guys is because from what I have seen Pitt Ohio has the most straight trucks out of all the LTL companies. Every LTL company has straight trucks, but you guys have more then the most of them, which makes sense especially for the Pittsburgh and Cleveland area. Heck Pitt Ohio even has sprinters and smaller vans that don't even need a CDL. I just ask, because once in a while I apply for CDL B jobs (I have a CDL A and pull a trailer every day, but there's nothing wrong with doing both), if I think the job is okay, or a change of pace (don't think I can do beer deliveries for ever ha-ha) and eventually have thought about Pitt Ohio the terminal is much much closer to my house then where I work now, but where I work now has some perks, has a lot of faults, but has some perks, but I'm used to lift gates and pushing a two wheeler so doing local straight trucks for Pitt Ohio and pallet jacking and pushing a wheeler is nothing new to me. I drive local right now just wondering about the LTL world a little. I guess LTL it's got it's pros and cons like anything else ha-ha! Trust me the side loader beer world isn't exactly slow paced either, my routes not all that heavy case wise right now, but it has the potential to be on certain days and they want us to move fast and get done and all that crapola which is no different then you guys the one thing though, being that some of are delivery accounts are COD which kind of blows. Just seeing what's out their for later down the line. Trust me I don't expect one to be any better then the other, or the grass to even be greener on the other side usually it's brown all around. However, if the benefits and pay are com-probable to what I make now which they should be and the terminal is about 30 miles closer to where I live then well, it might be worth looking at later down the road. Also what's line haul like? I know what it is usually moving the days freight from terminal to terminal or terminal to main sorting facility (break bulk), but what's it like that would be my next thing to do night time line haul? Eventually I would kind of like to get out on the road a little bit and have some time away from the city.