I doubt I could handle that job. To much stress. I bough around 10 model trucks 15 year ago. I think I paid $5.95 per truck now their $22.00 or more.I bought these 12 years ago...because I drove for them (Werner)for 2 years after my divorce to re-group and get away after selling house and everything. It was what I needed for a restart. I drove a new truck every 3 months KW, Peterbuilt, & Freightliners. I drove long haul over the road. During the 2 years I drove 425,000 miles almost a half a million. Then I had enough after seeing the country here in the US and Canada. I was ready to get back to the world of concrete and steel. So I got these for a reminder. Life is good now.
George, I think prices are like that with most things.... I bough around 10 model trucks 15 year ago. I think I paid $5.95 per truck now their $22.00 or more.
Seems like a few people are being smart and staying home. Seems like there is more traffic on this forum and we are hearing from some old friends.I was on the usually busy, often slow going, bumper to bumper, Baltimore Washington Parkway (I295) last night at about 5 pm and I did not even see 10 other vehicles.
Something I've noticed and commented on in the last few weeks. There seems to be 80% less traffic, but 90% of the ones still on the road are the ones so bad they shouldn't be on the road.Seems like a few people are being smart and staying home. Seems like there is more traffic on this forum and we are hearing from some old friends.
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