there is a difference being a woman truck driver
mine is not about the male trucker's or even the female trucker's on the road. it's about the employer. I have only worked for 1 company because I'm a rookie after going to school getting my CDL now company's say "sorry you have to have experience" ok how?
So I take a driving job states away from mine but hey I'm in for the long haul so no biggy,but because this company knows this they offer me a job and thats where the hell began first I went out with one of their driver's so they could "show me the ropes" NOT. but I need the job and the time in the job. so I end up working 29 days for $600.00 put up with sexual harassment that no one should have to,but hey got to get my foot in the door.
So then they let me go out on my own HURRAY
I did a very good job for them worked 26 days straight never taking a draw so I could have a large pay check. I guess the working for under slave wages should have told me, but yep No paycheck!!! still trying to get it from them.
but as far as on the road I was treated they way I treated others. and if I asked for help people were willing to help. I enjoyed the road,really
but as far as employer's that's where I'm finding a difference in the way your treated. it seems male drives have it much easier to get that foot in the door.
by the way anyone know of a company that will hire a longhaul lover with 3 months experience? oh and female.