I work for a supplier that delivers beverages all over the state of Colorado, but my hub is in Denver, but I take deliveries from Denver all over the state, then i have a special commercial driver’s license that allows myself and others to drive pressing semi trucks.
- I often carry pressing and heavy loads of cargo, the beverages are stacked from the floor to the ceiling.
I was on my way to a neighborhood on the west of Denver and I had to travel over the mountain on the interstate. I was carrying a genuinely heavy load of beer and sodaâ€¦ Halfway up the mountain, the truck transmission started to heat up and I had to pull over! When I tried to rebeginning the truck, I didn’t have any power at all. I had to contact the Denver supplier where I work and they sent a maintenance crew to help with the problem, however unluckyly, there was no 1 available at the time. I was stuck on the side of the Denver road for 6 hours. I had to sit in the truck with no heat and no blankets, however just a handful of people pulled over to see if they could lend assistance, however there was entirely nothing they could do. The truck had to be towed up the rest of the hill, and after the shop mechanic looked at the vehicle, he realized that the engine had a ton of problems. The truck is now in the shop until further notice and I am driving a brand new truck. It has a nice oil furnace with hot seats too. I won’t get stuck anywhere with this vehicle.