Who is maya sieber dating


14-Jul-2015 07:04

I stand 5’4” at 110 lbs and every day I face the dangers and challenges out on the road because of non-educated drivers on sharing the road with a tractor trailer.Some people are naive, some people don't care, and some simply just don't know.Most just think of trucks as a big slow machine in their way slowing them down to get where they have to get. Boats bring goods to trains and from the trains the goods are put on a truck and the truck brings the goods to the stores.Ever honk your horn impatiently and try to squeeze by a truck backing off the road into a supermarket dock?When you look at that 80 foot long 80,000 pound 18 wheeler next to you that takes the size of two football fields to stop, think about the male or female behind the wheel of that truck and the complete disaster and lives you will kill by cutting two feet in front of that truck and then hitting your brakes.Good god, we’re delivering what you need and what you buy!Did you ever stop and ask yourself, how did these goods get on these store shelves? If I walked up and handed you the keys and asked you to get the job done better and faster than me, you'd change your attitude pretty fast. We are trying to make a living, and frankly without trucks and its drivers, America would stop.

Well doesn't everything in America have a good image and a not so great image?Most people don't even know what a truck really is and what the purpose of trucks are in the first place. The clothes you’re wearing, the food you buy in the supermarket, the prescriptions you need for health, the mail you receive from the postman, that nice big plasma TV in your living room, if you have it, a Trucker brought it.Unfortunately only the bad stereo-typical image of truck drivers are exposed....Most view us as dirty, raunchy, uneducated and overweight.

Some think the bigger the truck the faster it stops. My perception of sharing the highway is a total lack of respect and courtesy of cars (4 wheelers) to trucks.

Simply because most just don’t know about trucking, what we do, who we are and why we’re here.