Any companies hiring rookie-drivers with a (non-violent) felony?

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  1. Something Epic

    Something Epic Bobtail Member

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    Recently graduated CDL-school and got my restricted-Class-A CDL. Already have my TWIC, and already cleared my HazMat-background through the TSA. Looking to get my HazMat, Tanker, and Doubles/Triples endorsements in the near-future, as well as getting comfortable in a standard-transmission truck so i can upgrade to tge unrestricted-license. Unfortunately, i also have a non-violent, computer-based felony on my record (no longer on probation).
    Are there any companies who'd hire someone like myself? At this point, I'll take OTR, regional, and/or local; Dry-Van, Reefer, Tanker, Flatbed/LowBoy, and/or Intermodel. Preferably the western USA but I am not against the idea of moving to most states for the right job-opportunity.
     
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    born&raisedintheusa Road Train Member

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    2 companies come to mind, (to at least get your foot in the door & get some experience under your belt):
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    TransAm out of Olathe KS
    2) Western Express out of Nashville TN

    @Chinatown might be able to help you out on this one. He has helped out a lot of people with good information for people with various types of situations.

    Good luck to you! God bless you and your entire family!

    God bless every American and their families! God bless the U.S.A.!

    The absolute sheer driving force of our national economy - without truck drivers, our entire national economy would come to an absolute standstill - if not outright be dead.
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    Over the mountains, through the woods, into the valleys, coast to coast, from sea to shining sea - truck drivers can and do go anywhere and everywhere, every day, every night, all year round.
     
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