10-11 hours driving on the daily. Great place to learn how to strap different kinds of materials and strap them safely to a flatbed trailer. Learn different types of taping methods. Solid place to learn discipline and cleanliness. Management is great at communicating with drivers, they listen and respect your needs if they are reasonable. Met one of my best friends at the TMC orientation, we were two of 5 guys that were still working at TMC. I say this because we started with a class of 35 and after a year there were only 5 of us left. It is a job not for everybody. The hardest part of the job was winter months in upstate NY and Toronto Canada. Not to mention PA, MI, and IL, brutal winter elements. The lumber tarps feel like they way 170 lbs. soaked wet and full of snow and getting them on top of the trailer is no picnic. On the other hand I got to see some of the most beautiful sunsets and sunrises of my life, and got to enjoy the fresh while driving through the states.