No, as there is no cost for training, nor a contract.
None. Raider Express provides CDL training absolutely free, with no further obligations.
Again, Raider Express is running the only absolutely, free no-strings-attached, CDL training program available for those drivers who can meet its criteria.
The only things that a student will be responsible for paying for are meals, and lodging is deducted at $25 per week after graduation.
200 total hours between classroom, truck, and lab training.
This is broken up into phases, the school phase is 3 days. Followed by OTR training and then additional days of backing during a students safety check prior to being assigned their own truck.
Weeks 2, 3, & 4 all days are split between truck and classroom.
Raider Expresses CDL school is a bit on the longer side at 200 hours, which gives new drivers plenty of time to prepare for their exam.
Raider Express also pays CDL students $1000 while in school, to help cover food and any other expenses.
Combination that usually equals 28 days.
$.10 per mile for ALL paid miles.
Basically like a driver and a half. Enough miles to keep you busy but still enough time to get the right type of training.
No, one student per trainer & truck.
Case by case but Raider puts a lot of effort into pairing students with the best fit for a trainer. Being a smaller company they are able to match up our trainers/students strengths and weakness to give them the best chance to succeed.
Yes, and is the first match-making criteria for finding a trainer.
Generally speaking 1 yr OTR experience, clean driving record and clean status with all company departments.
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