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    AL

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    Rookie Solo Driver

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    11 months ago

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Posted:  10 months ago

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Dumbest thing I could’ve ever done

Nothing is on my clearing house I just started my next truck career.

Posted:  10 months, 2 weeks ago

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HELP

Also did you go through company training or a private training where you paid yourself?

Posted:  10 months, 2 weeks ago

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HELP

Oh man that’s rough, I had a drink on my first Father’s Day not long ago and came in the next day with a headache and sadly that day the supervisor came in and drug tested us.

I got hit with 3 points over the legal commercial driving limit. I’d check you DAC and clearing house and see if they put it on there first. Because my last company didn’t.

Posted:  10 months, 2 weeks ago

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Class A CDL Learners Permit Experience

Yes I agree with Old School, in order to get your actual CDL license you have to first get a permit, just like getting your drive license when you turned 16-you had to first get a learners permit and that’s the same thing as a Class A CDL Permit.

In order to get your actual CDL license you need to go through either a company paid CDL school or go through a private CDL school.

There are pros and cons with private CDL school and Company paid CDL school.

But no they won’t hire you with just a CDL Permit.

Posted:  10 months, 3 weeks ago

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Class A CDL Learners Permit Experience

Maybe someone else can chime in here but I was told that a permit is only good for six months. So that's something to be aware of.

Now if that six months passes, I'm not sure what happens.

I actually I found out the extended it to a year.

Posted:  10 months, 3 weeks ago

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New Drivers Getting Started

I think they got in trouble with a lawsuit recently over their training program so that wouldn't surprise me.

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This is a little off topic but I heard CRST has stop training students to get their CDL recently.

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I really I had no idea!?

Posted:  10 months, 3 weeks ago

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New Drivers Getting Started

This is a little off topic but I heard CRST has stop training students to get their CDL recently.

Posted:  10 months, 3 weeks ago

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Class A CDL Learners Permit Experience

I’d like to put my 2 cents in if I may, I have a little experience in this area.

I have a class A with no OTR experience and I went straight to dump truck, it really all depends where you apply and most places might say you need experience but when I first start the company I went too said I need 3 years but took me with none.

I really just depends on what company you go with… case by case really.

Try putting applications in man get your class B or A. I suggest an A just in case because with an A you can pretty much go anywhere.

Posted:  10 months, 3 weeks ago

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Dumbest thing I could’ve ever done

NEW UPDATE

Honestly there isn’t really anything to update since it didn’t post on my clearing house.

I plan to go ahead and go back into trucking.

Posted:  11 months ago

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Dumbest thing I could’ve ever done

Absolutely right KID appreciate the heads up!

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