CDL class A: 12 yrs. experience with limousines and motorcoaches, 2 yrs. experience with driveaway companies and a little trucking experience. Have been to or through all 48 states and Canada. Bored with same old. Looking for exciting, challenging, rewarding, driving opportunity. 50+ years old. Can go anywhere, be anywhere. Non alcohol, non drug, clean record and DOT. Highly requested and respected driving motorcoach. Can spin around a Prevost H3-45 like a toy! Drive and park it better than my personal vehicle. lol
Where have you lived and worked?
Lived in Pittsburgh PA most of my life and a few years in Cape Canaveral FL area. Hoping to get back to Florida to call it home. Have travelled all 48 states and Canada with a commercial vehicle.
To own my own RV and travel to different seasonal jobs. Spend winters in Florida.
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I misread the comment! If you want to drive a motorcoach, you need to apply now. The training starts in March usually. The best company to start with would be either Princess or Royal Carribean. Stay away from Holland. Then, when you have experience if you still like the job, go to Premier. I worked for them because they give you a two week scedule and I made a lot more money. I think you have to have at least two years experience before they consider you. I have a friend at Princess, Pennie Jeppsen. Give her a call and she can tell you all about it. She has been with them for years and might also have a room available or know of someone. Her number is 907-344-4275. She drives school bus the rest of the year.
I just made a trip up to Alaska this last June/July. The roads were awful. Be prepared for a lot of gravel and construction when the weather permits them to work. Always fuel up whenever possible. It could be miles to the next station. Carry extra fuel if you can. Keep it topped off all the time. If you can get a deflector for the windshield that would help. I get at least one and usually more rock chips. Had to get the windshield replaced again this year. It's beautiful country and well worth the trip. Obtain a copy of the Milepost (tells you every thing you need to know and what is at each mile of the way through Canada and Alaska. I found some great places to stay and booked before I got there. You can also find more info about places to stay on the web. Good luck, have a great time. As I said, book ahead of time for the more popular spots in order to have a good site. Be sure and allow yourself lots of time to see as much as possible.