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Posted:  8 months, 4 weeks ago

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Failure to control

Also, were you fired by your company, or did you quit? As BK mentioned, these details matter.

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If a company hires you, you will have to go through their training program and most-likely sign an agreement to work for them for a year.

They fired me. I appreciate the heads up!

Posted:  8 months, 4 weeks ago

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Failure to control

Well, to be honest it will be tough for you to find another job at this time. You can apply everywhere possible and consider CDL B driving jobs as an interim measure.

To better understand your situation:

1) why were you on a residential road?

2) was it icy, snowy or wet at the time?

3) what was your speed at the time?

4) what was the speed limit?

5) was there any collateral damage?

6) did you receive a police citation?

Your answers could help you get effective advice here.

1. I was on a residential road because I was picking up some mulch from a customers house. 2. It was dry and sunny. 3. I think I was going like 25 to 30? Had a concussion so can’t remember exactly. 4. Speed limit was 35. 5. I was in a ditch by a field, only damage was to the truck. 6. I was cited for failure to control.

Posted:  8 months, 4 weeks ago

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Failure to control

I got a failure to control back in June 2023. It was a jack knife and it was on a residential road in Indiana. 4 inch drop off on each side of the road. My back tire went off when I went to reach for the radio and once I got it back on the road it fishtailed and I couldn’t get control of it. I had only had my license for 10 months at that point and I haven’t had a trucking job since. I moved down to Alabama and want to get back into it but feel like I want to be trained again. Any advice?

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