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Posted:  6 years ago

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Need Suggestions

What's a good company to bring my truck on with as an O/O?

Posted:  6 years ago

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Trying to decide who's better.

I'm definitely gonna take my time in deciding.

Lease? Really think about it before you do a lease. Look through these forums thoroughly before deciding on a lease.

Posted:  6 years ago

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Trying to decide who's better.

Who would be the best company to lease on with between Celedon, PTL, USA Truck, US Xpress and Western Express?

Posted:  6 years, 6 months ago

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Need sum info drivers

Need sum help drivers. If I took the airbrake test to obtain my class A permit, will I have to also get an airbrake endorsement?

Posted:  7 years, 11 months ago

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Help deciding

I'm trying to find a trucking company with paid training. I'm scheduled to attend with CRST but I'd rather not be stuck in a team environment. I do have a couple issues doe. I have a simple possession charge(marijuana) and a carrying a concealed weapon charge both in 2009. Does anyone here know of any companies that would give me a chance.

Posted:  8 years ago

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Just Curious

Has anyone ever taken a third party cdl test in Mt. Airy, NC?

Posted:  8 years ago

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In Need Of Some Help

I was told that this site is operated by more company drivers and students than o/o. Thats wat I was comparing

Posted:  8 years ago

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In Need Of Some Help

I was told that this site is used by more company drivers than o/o. Thats the comparison I was makin

Posted:  8 years ago

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Pre-Trip Exam - Engine Hood Closed?!

If you're sayin that u cant open the hood, i've never heard of that. It has to b a state thing.

Posted:  8 years ago

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In Need Of Some Help

Um tryin to get em as quickly and cheap as possible. Finding a local job wont b a problem. I already have options but just like this site, they're company owned. Its been difficult cause I have experience but my situation is a dagger.

Posted:  8 years ago

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In Need Of Some Help

Hey, thanks alot Boots. Its good to hear that. I'm glad I found this site. The insight is great. I'll keep everyone posted on the outcome.

Posted:  8 years ago

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In Need Of Some Help

Honestly, I don't. Imma try to get assistance through grants. Hopefully I get sum luck.

Posted:  8 years ago

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In Need Of Some Help

Ok. I understand. I'm trying to see if I can get in one of these community college programs here in NC. Like Beaufort, Nash, Miller Motte......etc. Are there good success rates there?

Posted:  8 years ago

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In Need Of Some Help

I've been in search of help for a month now. Here's my situation..........I received my CDL in 2006 through Schneider National. I worked with them for three yrs until I relocated to Virginia where I began doing heavy duty towing for two yrs. I then had financial issues and couldn't renew my Class A, so I dropped down to my Class C. I kept those for more than two yrs so I recently went through the process over again. I have a CDL learners permit and a current DOT physical. (card and long copy). I've scheduled one third party test and the driver change plans at the last minute, which is totally understandable. A driver's truck is like his/her child. I've tried getting funding from the WIA Program to attend a course at a community college but the funds are frozen here in my county. I've never really stopped driving trucks due to me being a logging equipment operator for the last 2.5 yrs, but because I couldn't legally drive on the highway I did more spotting than anything. My driving/criminal record is clean. I live in Greenville, NC. I hope it's not a crime to do so but I'm willing to pay for two hrs of time as a slight refresher and your assistance as a licensed driver for DMV. I know there's money to be made with the truck and time wasted so I don't mind doing that. As u read, I have five yrs of experience but because of the situation, I'm a rookie. I know what I'm asking is way over the top so whatever responses I get, it'll be no hard feelings. But, a closed mouth don't get fed. Thanks to all.

Posted:  8 years ago

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New to the site.

I must say, I like the layout and all the love from truckers throughout the country.

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