class b jobs in Texas, or anywhere that offers housing

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  1. damalden

    damalden Bobtail Member

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    Hello,

    I have six months fuel hauling experience out of Midland TX out to NM border.

    Want to get back out there, but keep reading so many nightmare reviews, and I have been through driving the illegal trucks for a company that could care less about safety last time.

    Any pointers would be appreciated.

    I am at the point of going to a CDL training program, looking at Maverick (2 year commitment is holding me back) Jim Palmer (low cents per mile).

    The issue I am running into is that everyone wants a year, and I know that I can earn better income and have better choices with my CDL A plus more experience.

    Thanks for your advice

    DAM
     
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  2. Chinatown

    Chinatown Road Train Member

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    Western Dairy Transport might be a good choice.
    www.wdtmilk.com
    You're on the payroll from day one in their cdl school.
    I think you're paid $10.00 an hour while in class plus meals and lodging.
    Don't know how much the pay is after graduation.
    Most milk haulers make pretty good money.
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    Chinatown Road Train Member

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    R. E. West has free cdl school and no contract to sign.
    On the payroll from day one of cdl school.
    Meals and lodging provided.
    Dry van or flatbed training.
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    Chinatown Road Train Member

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    Don't just look a cents per mile. There's other pays on top of that that jack the pay up.
     
  5. damalden

    damalden Bobtail Member

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    thanks, that is a new idea for me
     
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