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I really didn't want to drive for England either after 7 years off the road but so far as I'm about to complete my phase 2 training, it hasn't been as bad as I was led to believe..... I'm sure that my previous experience help me a lot and I understand many positive changes have been implemented in the past few months.... Having said that, I doubt very much I'll be staying after my 6 month comitment is up......not a solo friendly company.......teams/training is push and so far that's what I've done..... I have been training my phase 1 and 2 trainers, lol, a scary thought...... Drivers with 6 months or less experience have no businesses training anyone..pay has been OK.....$9 to $10/hr while on duty or driving, in my case I've done well...good luck to you....
I just finished the schooling and they wanted me to get in a greyhound and go to Cheyenne to meet my trainor well then I was told he might not be there till next week. Well that's to long to sit without a paycheck thanks everyone for your help. Does anyone know of a good company that will take recent cdl grads
What the hail do you consider a warning, negativity? Here at TTR we call that the TRUTH. Now that you've attended the C.R.E. Adventure, who's advice was more accurate, the posts that told you what you wanna hear, or the posts that provided sage advice that you didn't wanna hear?
Live and learn.
Truth is, all the trainer wants is an extra log book so the wheels can keep on turnin'--- or they can't make the monthly payments on the Big truck they're basically renting from a leasing company that the Sons-0-Chester are in bed with.
The Sons-0-Chester have an attitude and determination, too. They're determined to extract as much money from each and every individual who attends their training as they possibly can.
What would y'all say if y'all were informed that C.R.E. DEPENDS on a 225% turnover rate?
Yes, you read that correctly.
How's your attitude now? Still positive?
What advice would you give to someone considering goin' with C.R. England now?
Instead of askin' for "only positive feedback", --- "just helpful insight", try seeking the truth.
"Helpful insight" isn't "putting england down".
Lies don't constitute "helpful insight".
Don't shoot the messenger and ignore the message.
Sometimes the truth hurts.
But the truth is what it is, --- believe it or not.
Well that good attitude and positive attitude I went in with got me through and I stuck with it to get my cdl. And the instructors do teach u how to drive the England family is the problem and how they treat everyone that works there I'm still positive I'm not going to let that place bring me down its only goingto make mw so much better
Navajo Express - APU's & inverters already installed.
Melton Truck Lines
Southern Refrigerated Transport
There's more if I can figure it out.
Central Oregon Truck Company
Mesilla Valley Transportation
Submit lots of online applications! Then pick through the job offers, because you will get many offers.Last edited: Jul 29, 2014
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