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    Snellville , GA

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    In CDL School

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Posted:  5 years, 10 months ago

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CDL school closing down for financial reasons

Ok great

Yes, your biggest problem is going to be that you don't have class A experience if you want to go to a class A job. As long as you have the class A license you should be able to get on as an OTR driver, but you will have to be trained. Not all of them will take you but some will. I think your biggest hurdle would be class A local work. That one usually requires experience.

Posted:  5 years, 10 months ago

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CDL school closing down for financial reasons

I have a class A license, but I've only been driving a local class B tanker sir, is that still ok?

I apologize for the limited info, after completing school I waited a few months to start driving due to personal issues...i then landed a local driving position in which I've been working for close to a year now...

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The completion certificate is important, but it loses it value if you did not start driving within a few months. even if the school remained opened, many companies would send you back through training if too.much time passes between school and your first job.

you havent given us much info.

if you have been in a driving job, i wouldnt be worried about it. just be sure to wait a full year in that job before leaving. if you graduated months ago, and never took a driving job, the age of the certificate could be an issue, whether the school is in operation or not.

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Posted:  5 years, 10 months ago

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CDL school closing down for financial reasons

I apologize for the limited info, after completing school I waited a few months to start driving due to personal issues...i then landed a local driving position in which I've been working for close to a year now...

The completion certificate is important, but it loses it value if you did not start driving within a few months. even if the school remained opened, many companies would send you back through training if too.much time passes between school and your first job.

you havent given us much info.

if you have been in a driving job, i wouldnt be worried about it. just be sure to wait a full year in that job before leaving. if you graduated months ago, and never took a driving job, the age of the certificate could be an issue, whether the school is in operation or not.

Posted:  5 years, 10 months ago

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CDL school closing down for financial reasons

Yes

Did you get a completion certificate showing the hours of instruction?

Posted:  5 years, 10 months ago

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CDL school closing down for financial reasons

Good evening I'm from Georgia and I attended a CDL school out of state... I recently found out they are closing down for their own personal and financial reasons... what would that mean for any of us students who attended and received our CDL will that mean we have to retake the test I know it may sound stupid and crazy I'm just wondering because now all of our test scores are no longer going to be available

Posted:  6 years, 9 months ago

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Refresher course

I was gonna pay for the refresher course out of pocket at a cdl school here in the Atlanta, GA area. The job in which I'm applying will hire students fresh out of cdl school and it's a local job that has you home every night for the most part. So although I graduated from cdl school a year ago I was gonna pay for a refresher course and let them train me on the job, I've done the type of work in which they're hiring for but only in a class b truck.

Posted:  6 years, 9 months ago

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Refresher course

Yes

Considering you have no class A experience, IMO 20 hours is light. Is the company that is hiring you going to road train you after completing the refresher course?

Posted:  6 years, 9 months ago

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Refresher course

Is 20 hours enough for a refresher course? It'll be 2 10 hour days next Saturday and Sunday. I haven't driven a class A tractor trailer since driving school in March 2016? THE COURSE IS 1 ON 1...

Posted:  6 years, 9 months ago

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Work History Questions

I have a class A CDL License with no experience and the new company I'm applying for is hiring for Class A drivers even without experience

I started my 1st Class B driving job in December 2016 and worked there until March 2017. I left because I thought I'd found my dream job in April 2017 and here it is June 2017 and everything that lead me to accept the new Class B driving job has fell apart although I'm still employed with the company. I'm now seeking new employment but I don't won't to put my current driving job on the application due to me having such a short work history with them. Is it possible that if I leave my present employer off of my driver application and resume the new company will find out?

Posted:  6 years, 9 months ago

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Work History Questions

I started my 1st Class B driving job in December 2016 and worked there until March 2017. I left because I thought I'd found my dream job in April 2017 and here it is June 2017 and everything that lead me to accept the new Class B driving job has fell apart although I'm still employed with the company. I'm now seeking new employment but I don't won't to put my current driving job on the application due to me having such a short work history with them. Is it possible that if I leave my present employer off of my driver application and resume the new company will find out?

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