Georgia area working for Roehl?

Discussion in 'Questions From New Drivers' started by SuperRookie, Apr 11, 2019.

  1. SuperRookie

    SuperRookie Light Load Member

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    Anyone in the Southeast that works for Roehl? Wondering how it is going for ya and where they tend to run. Heard that they run alot of east coast? I assume this means alot of northeast? Insight is appreciated. Sorry if this has been asked, i haven't found a topic about it yet. not in my area at least. LOL
     
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  3. RayBlaszak

    RayBlaszak Light Load Member

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    I work for Roehl. What division are you looking to run? We do have a dedicated Southeast regional fleet. I am OTR van and yes you will see a lot of the Northeast but good miles and good money can be made there. For van most of the freight is located East of I 35. Where exactly you run depends on where you live and how long you stay out. We have a terminal located in Conley near the ATL airport. Flatbed has tons of loads out West and see less of the NE. The flatbed mecca is Gary. It's not common for a lot of the fleet to be at Gary on Friday doing resets over the weekend picking up relays etc. As a van driver you will rarely see a terminal unless passing through or maintenance is needed
     
  4. Rosrock

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    Enjoy the camera, "driver manager" questioning your driving, lane departure buzzer, and your truck breaking if someone gets too close xD
     
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  5. RayBlaszak

    RayBlaszak Light Load Member

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    Funny how no one has ever questioned my driving. I'm assuming you either quit or got fired and owed them 7 grand?
     
  6. Atlanta trucker

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    All the years I have been driving only once has my driving been ? ... I was speeding and I was speeding enough to register an event. I was wrong I should not have been speeding.
     
  7. Atlanta trucker

    Atlanta trucker Road Train Member

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    Owed them $7 grand ???? How does that happen ???
     
  8. Atlanta trucker

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    Roehl isn't a bad company. Not as good as Dart but few companies are. Southeast fleet doesn't go to to northeast just upper south.
     
  9. RayBlaszak

    RayBlaszak Light Load Member

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    If you come to Roehl with no experience you sign a training contract even if the CDL was trained elsewhere. You either have to complete 120,000 miles or 15 months whichever comes first. I'm already at 70K miles and I'm just shy of 7 months.
     
  10. RayBlaszak

    RayBlaszak Light Load Member

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    Just depends on the driver. I know a few guys who dont care where they run on the SE regional fleet as long as they get home on weekends. Others I know dont like to go I40 for various reasons.
     
  11. Oderus Urungus

    Oderus Urungus Bobtail Member

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    You might want to request a copy of your contract.
    Many including myself were under the impression it's 120k miles or 15 months.
    The contract on the other hand says nothing about 15 months.
     
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