Long story, but in brief the only nearby credit union requires in-state license with local address in this county. I didn't change my out of state ID yet because I didn't rent a place yet to have proof of residence etc Also do not have car to go back and forth to dmv to take care of it (it is a CDL A license so, more bureaucracy than changing a regular driver license).
I use to always buy everything on credit cards and pay them off in full each month, then the plandemic happened, but before that, my driver's license was erroneously suspended and I didn't know what to do, took 2 years to sort that out, anyway I lived on credit til that was unsustainable, then luckily crypto pumped its nuts off like 2 February's ago and kept me from starving to death, which was after I finally broke down and settled for a photo ID, which officially forfeited my driving privileges, but at least I could KYC, which, with nothing left in the bank, I was just selling and transferring to PayPal to buy necessities. And then I finally fixed my driver's license a few months ago, and was doordashing for income, but me being a dumbass and a cop being a dickhead has set me back a while longer, plus the lawyer I hired to contest that nights DUI charge talked me into doing a non adjudication thing since it's my first DUI (I feel like it was a scam, they said I blew a 0.11 but it was a college town, they saw us leaving the square where all the bars are and had no actual reason to pull me over and just said "you're drunk" a lot and then "you're going to jail" ) and considering I'd still be waiting for a trial, with my license confiscated, I suppose maybe my lawyer was right. Really I'd like to fight it but I know nothing about our legal system but I do know I wasn't anywhere near a 0.11 but I had had a few drinks on the square so idk wtf to do with that, considering my getting out of debt plan was to get a CDL. And then I got the Rona so can't really doordash and idk how I'm going to make any money anytime soon, not that doordashing is gonna pay off all this debt, but the cops and the lawyer and the stupid intoxalock fees (I should have just took the suspended license but wanted some form of photo ID so I could KYC to buy the dip, and the ability to legally drive as it's my only means of income) TLDR: Idk where all my debt came from, I probably owe like $3k on my car still but the other like 30k is so old now I couldn't even tell you besides food, bills, and interest. And not being able to work from 2019-2022. Anything physical I've bought with it has turned to shit by now, whether it be literal shit or destroyed electronic equipments. It's a long way to the top, from here.
>I have a felony and there are many options for me. CDL truck driving, plumbing, electrician, radiologist, go to school and learn robotics, IT, etc etc etc. Felonies will only hold you back if you let them or if they're really bad and filled with violence. I got drug and burglary felonies but mine are 12 years old. Felons have futures too You didn't even mention all of the self-employment type of opportunities. It's mostly just an excuse for not having any actually valuable skills that someone else would be willing to pay you for.
I have a felony and there are many options for me. CDL truck driving, plumbing, electrician, radiologist, go to school and learn robotics, IT, etc etc etc. Felonies will only hold you back if you let them or if they're really bad and filled with violence. I got drug and burglary felonies but mine are 12 years old. Felons have futures too
Well, that's if you're not working in the majority cesspool of service/retail/shit jobs for 7-15$ an hour I guess. If you're working some sort of trade and have accumulated skill/experience or college-degree job then of course you're gonna probably make bank. Even then, for every chill boss like you there's a douche bag boss out there for sure. Maybe even several. If I don't get my CDL for the job I want, I'm probably going to look for an apprenticeship somewhere for SOMETHING and see if it works out since all of my jobs have been physical labor and I'm more of a hands-on/on the move kind of guy.
My city is trying to hire someone with a Class A CDL, 2 years HVAC experience, 2 years electrical experience, 2 years Carpentry experience, will work holidays, be on call 24/7, and no drinking or weed (on their own time). $22/hour Goooooood luck lol
It's a group of people who are upset they have to be vaccinated to come into the country from a nation that is entirely mishandling covid with sky-high infections rates, so decide they are going to purposefully disrupt the economy because they are being treated "just like everyone else". The level of entitlement is insane. These are domestic terrorists through and through. "Do what I want or you won't get your medical supplies. Do what I want or we will disrupt critical goods". Freeze all their assets, freeze all their supporters assets, cancel their CDL and start a new wave of hiring. Entitled baby Karen's get the SAME TREATEMENT AS EVERYONE ELSE.
Idaho is Amazing! Lived/worked in CDL 2018-2019. Summers on the Lakes were fantastic and spring ski was some of the best for great prices. And The People! Salt of the earth, they would give the shirt off their back to help another human 🤝
Getting a CDL (commercial driver’s license) with lots of endorsements was one of the hardest and most nerve racking thing I’ve ever done. All I can say is to drink lots of water, eat a healthy breakfast (light and energy sustaining) and get good sleep. You will succeed. Confidence is half the battle.
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It’s not really that suspicious, the person is out of state so probably isn’t super familiar with the local speed limits or the area, driving in a rented car so probably being more cautious than they would in their own car, while also moving at the speed of traffic, as they’re driving the same speed as the semi. If anything the CDL driver going significantly under the speed limit is an exponentially more dangerous situation on a highway, and they should’ve been pulled over, before this guy in his sedan. Also not suspicious that someone traveling on a cross country trip would try and tail a tractor trailer as you can save significant gas milage by using the tractor trailers draft.
Honestly, I absolutely loved it. It’s an amazing job if your single or if you have just a gf or an understanding wife. Home time is usually every 3 weeks or so but most guys like to get at least a month straight on the road before coming home for a few days. Shit, you could get loads heading back to your home terminal and never have to worry about home time. Usually not as likely though. OTR paid great for me coming straight out of the military and I was with a mega carrier. They tend to pay less, yet I was making 1000-1500 weekly take home. Thing about logistics in any form is that there are times when there is absolutely no freight coming out of wherever you are. I had 2 1800 dollar weeks and then two straight 300 dollar weeks lol but overall you’ll have a career (until robots take over lol) and you’ll be paid well enough that you won’t feel broke anymore. There’s no reason in this world (if you’re willing to relocate for a new job) that after a year or 2 you aren’t making min. 70k per year. There’s so many opportunities out there. OTR can be absolutely amazing yet incredibly lonely. I stayed months out at a time. 3.5 months straight was my longest stint and I believe I developed some short term social anxiety. You can go quite a while without speaking to someone face to face. It’s an awesome job man. There’s nothing like rolling through the mountains of Montana at the end of winter, when the sun just begins to melt that ice and the rivers start flowing right off the side of the road from you.. for 100s of miles. Staring at a sunset of colors you only see in pictures out on the coast of Florida. Driving across the old timey swamps of good ol’ Louisiana and stopping in Houston for the night knowing nearby you can catch an Uber to some out of this world BBQ. It puts into perspective how beautiful this country is and how our “flyover states” are some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. On top of all of that you get paid to experience it. I’d still go for management if I was you lol if you believe you can go that route. I work city instead of long haul now and it pays less but at least I’m home with my son every night. If you’re serious about it, find yourself a local CDL school and call and go from there. It’s kind of expensive out the gate, but you can find companies that will pay for your training/school with a stipend in exchange for coming to work for them. Don’t do swift. PLEASE lol try for ABF. PM me if you’re still curious about anything. TLDR: OTR is fucking awesome, but lonely and can drive you road crazy but it’s an experience of a lifetime that you get paid for.
Housing is typically the number one household cost. Ownership of said housing creates an inflation hedge against rising costs in the future. Taxes and insurance go up, but your primary cost driver stays flat and decreases. Outside of the upper middle and upper classes, it’s the carrot on the stick that’s been given by our gracious overlords. Buying tiny homes is a bad investment as well as any other alternative housing, if you want to live the van life just get a CDL and drive a big truck across the United States while banking money along the way.
Look at me I’m getting it out of the dirt too and I’m not bitching. I’m 21 I cut hair, do manual labor and trade Forex to help pay bills here at my house. I’m currently in college and I’m about to start working on getting my CDL because and O/O where I live averages $315k a year. I can start a business with a salary like that. It’s a hard journey for all of us but capitalism allows us to get it out of the mud.
Something to consider is that what you're doing with your money NOW isn't illegal, but what happens if what is legal changes? Today, you can go online or to a store and buy a case of 9mm target rounds to fire off at the local range with your friends. In 6 months, maybe owning that ammunition is illegal. Now there is a record of you owning ammunition, which might make you a criminal. Today, you can walk into a dispensary and buy a joint to enjoy at home. What if a law changes and your consuming such a substance is now grounds to revoke your CDL or prevent you from operating a fork lift for your job? There are lots of reasons to value anonymity, and they don't mean that you have done something wrong.
There is work. Alot of tenants abused this as a way to not pay rent. For the few that are single with children...they've had 2 years to get an application in for section 8 or renters assistance in all this span. I worked through the entire pandemic as a CDL garbage man. I worked with tipped over cans of people's booger rags, adult diapers and everything else nasty you can imagine I sucked it up and paid my bills...on top of child support and risking covid on a daily basis to what I'm exposed to. I check reddit weekly for employment upgrades and the amount of places I not only see on there....but signs all over the place looking for workers. People got too comfortable with u employment, no rent and stimulus checks....it's completely on them. And if their kids suffer....in the process...it's on the parents for not either applying for section 8 or getting off the couch
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In Iowa you can be 18 and get a CDL. Its very in demand and a lot of places will hire you on the spot if you are interested in obtaining it and working as a driver. You will double your hourly rate. https://www.indeed.com/q-CDL-l-Iowa-jobs.html?vjk=7c668a361d7ccb02
CDL (Call of Duty League) changed to franchises last year and is actually growing. This is a move that will be seen by thousands and thousands of people. I don't like the guy who is advancing with the project (personal bias) but is another step towards mainstream crypto.