I bought my first international truck back in 2011, the one that I’m going to use for this article.

I didn’t really have a choice.

I’d just started my own trucking business and was starting to look for a new one.

Then the trucking industry changed, and I realized that if I had a good truck, I could be a successful trucker.

My first choice was a new trucker, and the first truck I purchased was a Ford Crown Victoria.

Ford Crown Victoria, Ford, International truck,International truck,foreign truck,world trucker (2009) article The Crown Victoria was a nice truck, with nice features and a big cargo space.

It was a little old school, but it was still a great truck.

But when I got to know the owner, he told me I was going to have to pay him to have the Crown Victoria shipped from Canada to England.

He was paying the trucker in the UK for a few years of service, and when he sold the Crown to me, he was paying me $300.

What was I supposed to do?

I decided to give the Crown a shot, and in just a few weeks, the Crown was my first and only truck.

It has become one of my favorites.

And it’s also been a life-changing experience for me.

I’ve made some pretty bad decisions along the way, but I’ve learned how to trust my gut and do what’s best for the business.

The journey I took with the Crown has taken me from a small-town trucking service to a world-class international trucking company.

It’s been a long road, and it’s been challenging for me to understand the intricacies of international truck transport and logistics.

But I’ve had some of the most rewarding experiences I’ve ever had as a driver, trucker and customer.

I’m glad I’ve done what I’ve wanted to do, and that my choice of truck has helped me make it.