26-year-old trucker: "I dress like Barbie, but among the drivers I am my boyfriend"
Blaise Williams from Australia since 19 years drives semi-trailers and 18-wheeled trucks. The bouncers in the nightclubs do not believe that her rights to manage freight transport are real, but she loves her job and advises other Australians to follow her example.
Source: Daily Mail
Blaise earned a truck wash and was told to get the rights to transport them from place to place: “Before, when I saw them drive up and stop next to me, I was scared, but in the end I really liked driving them. I always liked to be different from others, so it was quite natural: to become a woman - a truck driver. I always dressed a little Barbie, but among the drivers I feel like my boyfriend. ”
The girl got a job as a truck driver a year after she received the right to drive a truck.She loves life on the road: “There is much more freedom on the highway than in office work, and no one hangs over your desk.”
Blaze argues that at work a friendly atmosphere and she did not have any problems because of gender.
According to statistics, there are three women per 100 truckers in Australia. At the same time, there is a shortage of truck drivers in the country, so Williams recommends that other girls follow her lead.