Bulk training is 4 weeks, 2 weeks are orientation and 2 weeks are spent with a TE
And the only reason that there were workflow problems is...
I just recently finished with bulk training and am picking up my truck tomorrow. And some drivers did leave due to the recent workflow problems.
You might have seen me, I was there a few weeks ago- getting my truck tomorrow.
About how much was your take home?
Is that take home or gross?
If so, how do you like it and who do you work for? Would you say it was a good decision?
Any stories would be welcome too.
I am still in CDL school but they said they will send me to the Pittsburgh location most likely since it's closer
I actually recently signed into contract with Schneider for a year and they are putting me through school now and then I will go straight into...
That sounds promising, what's the difference between the 'Elite side' and the rest?
How difficult is it to hit that $80k mark with Trimac as a regular OTR tanker?
How do you like working for them? How would you say the pay compares?
What is your per mile pay?
What would you say is the hardest part about actually driving a truck?
Would you say it pays well?
Do you get all the miles you want?
I am thinking about working there in that division so any thoughts or opinions...
Lol, I don't even have my cdl yet. The question was just to see how many people get fooled by recruiters so I would know how cautious to be.
Ah, I didn't know Roehl had terminals there
Did you go Van, Flatbed, or Reefer?
Why did you choose Roehl over Schneider or the other trucking companies around Green Bay?
If so, which company and position was it that you switched from and which company and position did you switch to?
Tankers: How much did you make your first year of tankers?
Also, have you driven anything besides tankers? Would you say there is a significantly...
Considering pay, home time, employee treatment, miles given, and other factors which trucking company is better between Roehl and Schneider?