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Posted:  6 months, 1 week ago

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Which company to start with, i'm located in Kentucky!

I will check them out, Thank you.

Shelbyville Tennessee not Kentucky

Posted:  6 months, 1 week ago

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Which company to start with, i'm located in Kentucky!

Wunderbar, Danke Schoen.

I have a good experience with LogLink company, that can help you.

I am a driver from Germany and I ventured to go to US, because I heard from my colleges about good salary. Then I found LogLink. They offered me a job in USA like a subcontracter. Initially I was afraid, but decide to venture.

And I'm really satisfied. It was 3 months of hard-working but profit worth it. Fast internship, where I got 50$ per day, good coach and good communication whith team.

It doesn't fit for those who wants to travel around US. It's tricky and tough, but I like it.

Next time I hope to return. Maybe there is somebody who has similar experience with transporting companies?

Posted:  6 months, 1 week ago

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Which company to start with, i'm located in Kentucky!

Awesome, i will hit them up to get more info on it, i think my school will be accepted it's all over the country (160 Driving Academy). I had my CDL test around a week ago and thankfully passed it and got my CDL.

CFI is dry van, refer and some flatbed. If your school is accepted then you would go out with a trainer for about 3 weeks. A recruiter could tell you if we have any dedicated or regional in your area to get you home weekly.

My friend's nephew just started driving with TMC. He is liking flatbed so far.

Best of luck to you.

CFI is dry van, refer and some flatbed. If your school is accepted then you would go out with a trainer for about 3 weeks. A recruiter could tell you if we have any dedicated or regional in your area to get you home weekly.

My friend's nephew just started driving with TMC. He is liking flatbed so far.

Best of luck to you.

Posted:  6 months, 2 weeks ago

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New hire training with Schneider

How's things are going for you now with Schnider?

Flew into Chicago Sunday March 27th and started Schneider Inter modal training Monday. Training days are 7:30 - 16:30 every day. Of course we learned about the Schneider company and their Safety first culture. We were also introduced to prep trip and TIV inspections, coupling/decoupling, and brake checks. ELD and paper logging was discussed and we received our fuel cards. There was a considerable amount of CBT as well as a day on the truck for a briefing on inspections and coupling/decoupling, etc. The week ended with a very detailed safety brief that reinforced Schneider's core value.

For anyone looking to start with a company that values their employees and their safety, Schneider is my recommendation. I have two more weeks f training. A week of yard training with some road work, then a final week transporting loads with a trainer. More to come next week.

Posted:  6 months, 2 weeks ago

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Which company to start with, i'm located in Kentucky!

Will do, thank you so much.

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I'm not really sure which freight to haul, i'm kinda interrested in FLatbed but some people say drive a dryvan first to get used to driving then you can switch to flatbed. As of home time i would like to be home every week.

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Hello Guys,

I have my CDL driving text next week, i'm not sure which company to start with to have my training, i heared about Schnider, Melton and TMC but i'm not sure which one is better or if there's other companies that offer good training. i'm located in Lexington, KY.

Thank you,

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Mohamed, I'm just to your east in WV, near Charleston. I think I'll paraphrase some of the themes I've heard on here from more than a few members, and that really boils down to2 questions that you have to ask yourself first.

#1) What type of freight do you want to haul? A) Dry van B) Refrigerated C) Flat Bed

Once you answer that, then decide on how often you would like to be home.

Then you can see what companies meet your criteria. Then you can move on to the third part, and that's apply to each company, and see who's interested.

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Mohamed;

You could also look at Knight. They have Dry van AND flatbed. Read Davy's diaries; he's dry van there.

Also, read TwoSides11's diaries. He's flatbed there, and had some struggles along the way.

Finally, read all & everything from Old School, Turtle, and Chief Brody.... our flatbed gurus on here.

Wish you well (again,)

~ Anne ~

Posted:  6 months, 2 weeks ago

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First week solo

How much does Veriha start per mile if you don’t mind me asking?

Thanks, Anne.

Best to you as well!

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Thanks, Dennis. Happy to hear you went solo. Enjoy it!

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Beautiful truck, Bill

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Ditto, KUDOS on the truck; it really looks great, and you look great in front of it!

Best always,

~ Anne ~

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Posted:  6 months, 2 weeks ago

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Done with Schneider after 3 months

Hey bro i've been following this thread and was wondering how did everything workout for you ?

Thank you everyone who has responded and push back on me. I’m listening and learning and evaluating etc etc.

Not going to respond on this thread anymore- BUT- I am listening and taking my licks…

Posted:  6 months, 3 weeks ago

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Which company to start with, i'm located in Kentucky!

Thank you

Look at Continental Express out of Sydney, Oh. Nothing wrong w Stevens, Swift, PTL out of Murray, Ky! Lots of great companies w great training program. Good luck!

Posted:  6 months, 3 weeks ago

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Which company to start with, i'm located in Kentucky!

I'm not really sure which freight to haul, i'm kinda interrested in FLatbed but some people say drive a dryvan first to get used to driving then you can switch to flatbed. As of home time i would like to be home every week.

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Hello Guys,

I have my CDL driving text next week, i'm not sure which company to start with to have my training, i heared about Schnider, Melton and TMC but i'm not sure which one is better or if there's other companies that offer good training. i'm located in Lexington, KY.

Thank you,

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Mohamed, I'm just to your east in WV, near Charleston. I think I'll paraphrase some of the themes I've heard on here from more than a few members, and that really boils down to2 questions that you have to ask yourself first.

#1) What type of freight do you want to haul? A) Dry van B) Refrigerated C) Flat Bed

Once you answer that, then decide on how often you would like to be home.

Then you can see what companies meet your criteria. Then you can move on to the third part, and that's apply to each company, and see who's interested.

Posted:  6 months, 3 weeks ago

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Which company to start with, i'm located in Kentucky!

Hello Guys,

I have my CDL driving text next week, i'm not sure which company to start with to have my training, i heared about Schnider, Melton and TMC but i'm not sure which one is better or if there's other companies that offer good training. i'm located in Lexington, KY.

Thank you,

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