Is it normal for my truck company to send me Over The Road for 28 days?
I'm wondering what kind of life I'll have as a truck driver being on the road for 28 days. Will I be home sick or just happy?
Asked By: fantasy209 - 11/6/2008
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That depends on you & your home life. How you deal with stress, loneliness, and whether or not you can find something you enjoy to pass the free time... More
Answered By: Forest Basenji - 11/7/2008
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Depends on the company u work for. If they keep u busy u wont have time to get homesick. If u are turning wheels u are making money which translates into happiness. I usually stay out 30/45 days unless im sitting alot then i go home for a few days.
Answered By: corp_752000 - 11/6/2008
My brother worked for USA trucking, and we only saw him every 6 weeks for 2 days at a time, but there are companies out there who have dedicated short runs. He now works for a company that has him home almost every night, and he is home every weekend(he does get paid by the mile). Do your research, you don't have to... More
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