Raider Express is a refrigerated truckload carrier specialized in hauling grocery and food products in the contiguous forty eight States. The main base of operations for Raider Express is located in Fort Worth, and they also have a drop yard in Houston, TX.
Raider Express is a small, family-owned trucking company that boasts of a very low turnover rate when compared with the rest of the industry. They are unique in that they are the only trucking company offering absolutely free CDL training, with no commitment. Accordingly they also have pretty high standards for acceptance, and only offer employment to Texas residents/drivers license holders.
Raider Express only hires residents of Texas.
Raider Express really does offer the only free, no-strings-attached CDL training program available, for those who meet their requirements.
No, you will get it at school.
No, you do not need a U.S. Passport.
No additional endorsements are required.
Raider Express is a little more strict with their requirements than some other companies, not accepting any previous DWI, DUI, or anything drug- or alcohol-related on your criminal record. They also only accept Texas residents.
Though not required, we always recommend getting a passport. Hauling freight into Canada has become more streamlined, and a passport will give you more options for the future. The same applies to endorsements. We advise getting all available endorsements up front, regardless of company requirements, which will keep you prepared for future opportunities.
Bring as much paperwork with you as you can, including any medical records or forms which could prove past employment and help with the background investigations. Always be certain that your birth certificate and social security card are un-laminated originals.
The program is completely free of charge, with no contract or pay-back.
There are no upfront costs.
No. Students are responsible for meals.
Yes, then a payroll deduction of $25/week.
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