New CNG fuel trucks.

Discussion in 'Frito-Lay' started by Matt, Nov 11, 2013.

  1. Matt

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    No more looking through the back window. :(
     
  3. Matt

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    Nope. That sucks. Makes blind backing FUN


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    They are some ugly trucks.
     
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    Just saw one at Frankfort. Topeka, here I come. Then back to PA.

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  6. Matt

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    Ok yeah been seeing you all back there behind Tina's. Maybe make it by happy hour ;)


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    We just got 15 of them in. They're all just sitting there in the grass because no drivers want to use them! They said they only go about 400 -500 miles on a full tank
     
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    I'm jealous of the Topeka drivers I see. All with big sleeper trucks. We don't have any sleepers
     
  9. Matt

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    We use those also (2 mans) sometimes sucks also with the north Dakota we have to sleep in them (not every time) also because of the lack of rooms in Williston


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