Discussion in 'YRC Freight' started by Kennesaw Kid, Jun 26, 2017.
"You can never tell about these Coop drivers."
Wong overheard Donna and I talking about making Coop intermodal. I guess he wanted to see how it would work putting Coop trailers "on the rail"...
Intermodal hear's info on it , https://www.crst.com/services/intermodal/
Just a little intermodal push start
So does the union even keep track of how many old yellow put on the rail ?
We didn't miss many, our hostlers kept trailer numbers and times on every one going to the pig
No they only count the YRC trailers............................................
Wong and I were talking, and we want to put the hotel and trailer on the rail so we can get more rest and do more miles...would that be on duty, not driving if we do that?
Can you log simultaneous sleeper berth with an autonomous vehicle?
Both drivers may log sleeper time only if train is equipped with a caboose.
And that time will be "tracked".
Right turn clyde
This one just missed the train....
CRST should stick to boardwalks.
Don't look like he missed it!!
When Garmins first came out, a Yellow/Indy City Driver used one for deliveries in a snowstorm. Couldn't see the street, slid into a ditch. Dispatch couldn't even get thru on the radio to find where to send the towtruck, because everyone was calling out:
"Turn NOW Dan!"
This is an old picture, pre non-spillable BRG pee bottles. It's a fact that red head's urine is caustic if not downright corrosive. Apparently a few of those old pee bottles started leaking....
After all these weeks, building seniority with Coop Dispatch, with sadness I may leave Coop, unless Dave can be more flexible
with my hours.
Ringling Bros. is going to reopen, they offered me a job, circumcising elephants, pay is not that great, but I will always get big tips.