Roehl Driver Check In

Discussion in 'Roehl' started by Treefork, Oct 18, 2011.

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  1. Meltom

    Meltom Road Train Member

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    Just remember loads are replaceable (and insured for that matter), you are not replaceable (even if you are insured).
     
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  3. coopnp

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    Got the pleasure of a 2 stopper in Vermont. #### that's a mountainous state. Like a bigger WV. It was mid 20's started snowing at my final stop. Not to bad but enough start to cover everything. Hammered down to t/s in NY. Picking up in Albany for Chicago area for the wknd. Met a 9 yr roehl driver and has been driving rigs since the 70's. had dinner with him he had good stories. Kraft dedicated out of Winchester driver. Waitress was a cutie. Brain is mush time for bed
     
  4. Meltom

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    I just heard earlier that a former Roehl driver passed away, blood clot in his legs moved up to his lungs :( Cherish the time you got, make the most of each day. Remember there is way more important stuff than work.
     
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  5. Bayle

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    I survived one of those. Hospitalized for 2 weeks in '04 for that crap. Now I'm paranoid, every time I get some weird chest pain, I'm off the ER getting it checked.
     
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  6. Bigdubber

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    @coopnp... do ya mind my asking? do you pull a skate board or dry van?
    Ya should/could've stopped my Barber Shop and got your hair cut while in VT! :biggrin_2559:

    I will be closing my Shop for good the end of May and might be (trying to decide between Roehl and Prime. I'd prefer Roehl but I don't live in their "hiring zone") attending Roehl's Driving School in June...
    I would like to work for them afterwards but as I live in VT they don't hire out of here! :biggrin_25510: trying to find a way around that issue.

    God bless and be safe out there!
     
  7. lavancesmith

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    does anybody know if roehl hire drivers who been off the road for awhile,dont mind doing the training over again
     
  8. Newtrucker83

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    Yes, they do. You will just need a refresher course which they teach here.
     
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    Well it really depends on how often you want to get home. I think. If they dont hire you, I would go to Prime.
     
  10. Bigdubber

    Bigdubber Light Load Member

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    Thanks NT83 Yea that is my thinking as well. My "best half" and I were disc this very thing last eve.
    God bless and be safe.

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  11. lavancesmith

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    where do you go to get that training?
     
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