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Posted:  10 years, 8 months ago

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Roehl no APU's?

Thanks so much for the info and advice guys. I never would have made that a determining factor in my decision on who to work for, but I'm trying to know as much as I can about them. I'm 55% through school and my grad date is 2 months away so Im trying to crack down on who, where, and what I want to work for. thanks again!

Posted:  10 years, 8 months ago

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Roehl no APU's?

I was out on a shifting drill today speaking with one of my instructors. He said something about Roehl not having APU's and not allowing you to idle? Could someone who currently works for roehl or an administrator/moderator comfirm or whether or not this is true as I had just recently narrowed my prehires down to them, and thought I had done all of my research, somehow left that out. THANKS!

Posted:  10 years, 9 months ago

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ROEHL's Training Phases?

Steven, don't let these responses discourage you. Poor old Jhon is so misinformed that I have to restrain myself from setting him straight everytime he posts on our forum. I'm hoping he will stay around long enough to get his mind wrapped around the truth. I feel for him because there is so much misinformation out there that he has saturated his mind with that he now seems to think he's got it all figured out. He will come around I just hope it's before he gets out there on the road, because it will make his life out there so much less stressfull.

We have several drivers on here that are at Roehl and they love it! Roehl is a top shelf operation with some really unique home time options. You've made a great choice.

I appreciate you posting, I'm seeing what seems like negative misinformation from a lot of people about every company and about the industry as a whole. I've had to put a lot of effort into weeding through the posts and responses that carry no weight and/or are made up of an assumed opinion. I actually had a recruiter for one company discourage me from being in a course thats so long. personally I think that time spent learning how to be a safe driver, and learning the laws isn't wasted time or wasted money. thanks again.

Posted:  10 years, 9 months ago

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ROEHL's Training Phases?

When I say 'am going to roehl' I mean I might go to roehl. as for my training I'm paying hardly anything as I had grants cover a lot of it, but the important thing there is I'm going to have my class a in october. I have a couple of speeding tickets, because of those tickets, wolding, scheider, tmc, and a couple others wont hire me for another 2 years. my pre hires are as follows. roehl, prime, schugal, trans am, werner, u.s. express, stevens, wel. I have options, and I'm trying to figure out where to go from here.

Posted:  10 years, 9 months ago

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ROEHL's Training Phases?

I'm about to graduate in october from NETTTS in somers, CT from a 600hr course. I'm going to work for roehl when I graduate, just looking to see if anyone has anything to say good or bad,any tips/advice, or just a more in-depth description than what I have received through their emails and pamphlets on what their training is like. thanks!

Posted:  10 years, 10 months ago

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OTR DRIVERS: If YOU CURRENTLY Drive For One Of These Companies, Why Should I Work For/ Not Work For Them?

Thanks a ton guys, I appreciate the response. I've been developing an in depth spread sheet and talking to recruiters absorbing as much info as i can from them. I was under the inpression hearing from someone about their specific experiences would give me what I needed to make a decision, but they aren't me. My class is visiting a truck stop in CT next week for several hours, maybe I can speak with someone face to face and ask the right questions. Its very difficult with a lot of the reviewers out there having a bias based on not being personally successful for whatever reason. Im not saying those reasons arent important, they are. but not ever really knowing what those reasons really are, if you dont know who you're talking to, makes all the difference. I've been trying to weed through the pros/cons posts and avoid the "THIS COMPANY SUCKS" posts. thanks again!

Posted:  10 years, 10 months ago

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OTR DRIVERS: If YOU CURRENTLY Drive For One Of These Companies, Why Should I Work For/ Not Work For Them?

I can be emailed directly at onlychasingsafety@gmail.com

Posted:  10 years, 10 months ago

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OTR DRIVERS: If YOU CURRENTLY Drive For One Of These Companies, Why Should I Work For/ Not Work For Them?

I'm graduating from my school fairly soon, I have hardly any ties to home so I plan on being gone at least 5-6 weeks at a time. I can haul anything, and drive canada(no record or restrictions). I am in this not only for the love of driving cross country, but for the money, security, and more importantly my financial future such as retirement. I have a high concern for safety, good critical thinking skills, I am respectful, and intelligent. More prehires are rolling in every day but for now the list below is who I have. IF YOU DRIVE FOR ANY OF THESE COMPANIES, WHY SHOULD I/ SHOULDNT I CONSIDER THEM FOR MY FIRST COMPANY? remember, availability of home time is not a concern for me. I'm looking for good pay/benefits, and quality equiptment.

-Conway -Covenant -J.R. Schugel -Millis -Prime -Roehl -Stevens -Trams Am -Swift -USA Truck -U.S. Express -Werner

Thanks for your time guys

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