Roehl

Discussion in 'Roehl' started by Drpparker95, Jan 21, 2017.

  1. Drpparker95

    Drpparker95 Road Train Member

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    Hello guys i have started looking into roehl for training. I don't have my cdl can you answer some questions
     
  2. IR0ND0G

    IR0ND0G Bobtail Member

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    And your questions are, what?
     
  3. Drpparker95

    Drpparker95 Road Train Member

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    How is roehls equipment and training
     
  4. Arron92

    Arron92 Bobtail Member

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    I hear if you go with them all their trucks are automatics and if you decide to leave them you will be restricted to driving a manual truck. It will be harder to find another job because 90% of the company's out there have manual trucks
     
  5. Drpparker95

    Drpparker95 Road Train Member

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    Im not a huge fan of that. Id rather be trained on stick. I know of a few companies that train on stick even if some of the trucks are automatic that they use. Some companies have both autos and sticks
     
  6. Arron92

    Arron92 Bobtail Member

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    I'm sorry I read your thread wrong. It is maverick that has the auto fleet. I'm not sure about roehls trucks sorry for the mix up.
     
  7. Texnmidwest

    Texnmidwest Light Load Member

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    You train on a Eaton Fuller 10 speed. Their current trucks for training are International Prostar Plus. You are committed to 125K miles or repay the cost of training. CDL training is 4 weeks long then you go out for 10 to 14 days with a road trainer. If you want or think you need more training they will give you more one on one training. Pay will be tight for the first 4 to 6 months then you will start to make decent money.
    The key to good miles 2500 to 3000+ per week is communicate, communicate, communicate. Don't complain, ##### or whine, be available when they need you and run when you should be running. In other words, don't spend 16 hours of a 10 hour break playing video games in a truck stop.

    Good luck!
     
  8. Midnightrider71

    Midnightrider71 Bobtail Member

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    i just finished and the rig i got is a 10 speed. no auto for me
     
    Ooops Thanks this.
  9. train man

    train man Bobtail Member

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    Midnightrider - how is it going at Roehl?
     
  10. Drpparker95

    Drpparker95 Road Train Member

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    With roehl when do start getting paid
     
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