My neighbor owns a company that rents out diesel trucks to major corporations.
I thought the plan sounded a bit wonky at first, but his corporation has genuinely taken off over the past several years. I’ve had the opportunity to learn a thing or two about diesel trucks, they are incredibly intricate vehicles and have numerous moving parts on them at all times. It’s quite incredible to drive one, too! I drove a truck for about numerous years and I had a superb experience, except for the one morning the A/C broke. I was driving the truck through the middle of the south on a sizzling summertime morning when the air conditioning blew out. My first reaction was to pull off and find a heating and air conditioning serviceman. I was already behind schedule so I decided to just drive through it. The HVAC had this genuinely thick smell coming through the vents after it stopped really working. I had to roll my windows down but I felt like I was overheating from the desert rays. I wished to have the sweet relief of the cooling system as I drove for about multiple hours without it under the heat, but by the time I made it back to the station, our heating and air conditioning serviceman checked everything out. Turns out they missed a truck while I was in the last routine inspection, so the cooling system never got cleaned up. The air filter was so black and filled with desert dust. The cooling system was on the brink of needing to be completely updated. Luckily he was able to get in there before that happened and repair everything right up. The truck was up and running in no time, as well as I continued my 10-day haul.