Hey everybody. After 8 years driving over the road I've decided it's time for me to never sleep in a truck again. My record and history are clean. Just looking for some advice. I have an interview next week in Pocomoke. Wondering what to wear to the interview...Dickies and a button up shirt with work boots seem appropriate? That might seem like a ridiculous question, but I haven't applied for a job in 8 years. Wondering what the road test is like...not scared about it, just wondering if it's just the usual trip around the block and bumping a dock. How about the physical strength test...lifting some boxes I imagine? How much training do they give you? And how much work is expected in the beginning? I'll be driving an hour to and from work in a car and that part is kind of worrying me a bit if I work a 14 hour day 6 days a week...that could get pretty crazy. I'm actually looking forward to the work getting me back in fighting shape. I know it's grueling work, but I'm honestly kind of excited about that aspect of it. I've done work for Home Depot and Staples throwing pallets and product around a bit within the company I currently work for, but never anything like unloading full trucks. I unloaded trucks for UPS one summer way back when I was 20. Anybody work in the Eastern Maryland house? I'm really excited and naturally nervous and probably overthinking everything. Do guys typically work 4 day weeks? 5 day weeks? 6 day weeks? I was really hoping to get 2 days off a week. Making money isn't the most important thing to me in life anymore. anyway, any and all information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.