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Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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Roehl or halvor paid cdl?

Totally agree with OS. I might add that sometimes my opinion of a company is influenced not so much by what I see or hear but by what I don’t see or hear. And I have never seen or heard anything negative about either of those companies. So, it might be somewhat of a coin flip decision.

yes i can’t argue with that statement at all. i am / was mainly focused on comparing companies in regards to their paid cdl programs. when i didn’t see a review for halvor on this web site, i thought i may dig a little more. this web site has a ton of great info / reviews on other trucking companies paid cdl programs, so i was kinda surprised to not see a review here for halvor lines. after all, the review here of roehl led me to roehl.

However, Halvor is out of Superior Wisconsin so they can rightly claim to be the Superior company.

^^thats clever. 😛

Posted:  1 month, 2 weeks ago

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Roehl or halvor paid cdl?

gotcha. completely understand and agree. however, as for comparing paid cdl training programs, halvor pays 1k per week and provides transportation to training. roehl pays $616 per week while in training and does not provide transportation. as for myself transportation to the hotel isn’t a deal breaker, but is a consideration.

most everything else between the two paid cdl programs are pretty much the same. thanks for taking the time to share your opinion.

Here's my opinion.

If you'll put as much effort into proving yourself a dependable, reliable, efficient driver as you have put into your research, the name on your truck door won't make one bit of difference in your success as a professional driver.

Seriously, you don't need exhaustive research to make a good start at this. You will determine whether you make this work. Any company will give you the chance to prove yourself. Beyond that, you are the major force propelling your success.

That's trucking. It doesn't really matter if it's Halvor or Roehl, or Melton or whoever. You are the driver, you hold the keys. You make it happen.

Posted:  1 month, 3 weeks ago

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I'd like to become a driver, but having trouble finding what I need...

James, if you haven’t already done so take look at halvor lines. they pay 1k per week for there cdl training program in superior, wisconsin, provide transportation to superior, wi., breakfast at the hotel and lunch paid for during the week. could be worth a look. halvorlines.com

Posted:  1 month, 3 weeks ago

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Roehl or halvor paid cdl?

After an exhausting amount of research, i have whittled my choices down to two carriers for paid cdl training/entry level driver. roehl or halvor? there seems to be much more info out there about roehl than halvor. anyone within this community have any knowledge or opinions about halvor lines? thanks ahead of time with any words of wisdom.

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