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Cunuckgaucho

Company vehicle means more money for gun stuff

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So filled up the work truck this afternoon,so glad I don't have to drive my own truck much.

I've translated these numbers in to American,right now it's US$4.81 per US gallon for regular

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your doing it right! get the medical paid for and you can afford pills for pewpew! 👍

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^^^  Canadian Medical, like Great Britain Medical - 100% funded "free medical for all."    Watch that shiit, brother - it's crushing Great Britain right now...  

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From my experience while not perfect it's not bad. Not sure about GB but here I choose my doctor etc. I also have enhanced medical through work,contrary to popular belief the free stuff here isn't all encompassing.

I do live in a good area that attracts good medical personal and good facilities. 

I know it's not free every time I see what's left of my paycheck. 

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2 hours ago, Cunuckgaucho said:

So filled up the work truck this afternoon,so glad I don't have to drive my own truck much.

I've translated these numbers in to American,right now it's US$4.81 per US gallon for regular

Having a work vehicle is the BEST my man. You don't have to pay for gas, upkeep or anything. If it gets wrecked? Oh well......it's not mine. Plus, like you said, you don't have to be out there driving your own ride. Save the wear and tear.

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My personal truck will probably see between 3-4K miles this year. I like how the inside stays much cleaner as it's never on site nor am I getting in it with my work clothes on.

Right now without it I'd be spending CAN$100/week vs CAN$120-130 every 5 weeks

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I’ve had my truck 2 plus years I’ve put 25k on it since and 10 of that is driving to az twice and once to ohio. 

 

My work van On the other hand I got new in 2014 and it’s got 184k on it 

 

gas is 450/gal?! That’s stupid

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my work truck. gas rig is 100$ every 2.5 days. doing work down the road doesn't pay ..but i have plenty of work!

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$2.69 Sam’s in Florida. Drove a company car for 32 years. Never paid a dime for insurance, gas, maintenance. Was billed $25 a month for personal use. Saved me $100’s of thousands of dollars. Wife had one too with the same benefits. Quite a few were 4 wd SUV’s in the day when they still had good off road capability. The places I took them and the trouble I got into the company and their insurance carrier wouldn’t have wanted to know about. Got a stupid rule the last five years that you could not transport firearms in a company car, even cased. Till then we had some reps out west coyote hunting from their cars between sales calls! Probably why they started it.

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23 hours ago, DNP said:

Paid $4.89 last night

That’s insane! I usually don’t even look at prices here unless they’re outta line, I know we’re under 3$/gal I’ll have to look today

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9 minutes ago, shepp said:

I usually don’t even look at prices here unless they’re outta line

Same here, gotta have it if I want to get home. Choose where i fill up more by convenience than price.

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7 hours ago, Sisco said:

 Got a stupid rule the last five years that you could not transport firearms in a company car, even cased. 

They haven't written anything in as to firearms,bows for my work fan. Boss has even jokingly asked where I was going to mount the gun rack.

The only customer I deal with that has a no guns/weapons on site policy is an American one.

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