Profile For Carley T.

Carley T.'s Info

  • Location:
    Petal, MS

  • Driving Status:
    Considering A Career

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  • Joined Us:
    7 years, 10 months ago

Carley T.'s Bio

I'm 20 and am looking to get my cdl when I turn 21

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Posted:  4 years, 4 months ago

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Nice, sounds like a good plan. Incase you don't know Wil-Trans pulls Prime Trailers.

thank you i will be going with prime its a lot of miles with training but as i learned it is real training plus a guaranteed 700 a week is more than anybody in my family makes

Posted:  4 years, 4 months ago

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Yes i misunderstood tnt big time thank you for the link

sorry for not being around work has been a bit hectic but i did get a few responces between the paid cdl application here and driver pulse

so far i have crst, Wilson transportation, prime, and roehl asking me to put in my application prime actually had a recruiter message me on driver pulse and they are willing to accept me since my birthday is on the 22 of this month

Posted:  4 years, 4 months ago

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I got a bad mindset from looking at all those posts about it and I really should have thought about what I was okay with before reading I really shouldnt be upset with a guarentee of 700 a week minimum for 40k then 800 after thank all of yall for helping me! It really means a lot

Posted:  4 years, 4 months ago

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Okay I would like to thank everyone who has applied so far I was wrong about prime and I will try to get on with them when I turn 21 later this month I guess I just got into a bad mindset on it after reading a lot of comments about it thank all of yall again for the help!!

Posted:  4 years, 4 months ago

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He likes his choice. They keep him moving and treat him well.

I am surprised you say you submitted the apps over a week ago, and haven't gotten anything back. Most people, including myself started getting responses within hours. Do you have something on your driving record, or criminal past that is causing an issue?

oh thats good!

not sure if a wreck i got in that wasnt my fault and no injures would be on it but that is the only thing that would be on it and no criminal past what so ever

Posted:  4 years, 4 months ago

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Do you have the driver pulse app? If so you can see whether companies declined you or are looking at your applications.

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Welcome

There are many great company sponsored schools. My son started with WIL-Trans this past February, and he is 21.

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I know brett was updating the list of companies that provide paid training. Good Luck. We have many experienced drivers that will give you solid advice.

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I have applied for the paid cdl training about a week ago and havent gotten any replys yet im still hopeful though! im going through the cdl training program now thank you for the links i will look through them! how does your son like WIL-trans so far?

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just downloaded it and filled it out thank you for letting me know about it!

Posted:  4 years, 4 months ago

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So you really believe prime, by extending TNT is trying to get more money out of students??

I'm sorry, but that's completely ludicrous. The risk that ANY company takes on when they accept an inexperienced permit holder/rookie is astronomical.

I personally believe Prime is on the right track. Training isn't NEARLY long enough. As a matter of fact, my company stopped accepting inexperienced drivers because they were tired of taking on that risk. It was beginning to cost way too much.

Carry on. Length of training time should be irrelevant in choosing a company that's WILLING to take you, pay you and train you to do this very difficult job. Unless of course you feel a training program is not long enough.

okay maybe im wrong about it but i dont really understand how its really training when your trainer and you are more of a team driver and hes not up there with you showing you what you are doing? I do agree that most 1 on 1 training isnt long enough though but prime wouldn't be doing 1 on 1

Posted:  4 years, 4 months ago

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Welcome

There are many great company sponsored schools. My son started with WIL-Trans this past February, and he is 21.

Apply For Paid CDL Training

Paid CDL Training Programs

High Road CDL Training Program

I know brett was updating the list of companies that provide paid training. Good Luck. We have many experienced drivers that will give you solid advice.

I have applied for the paid cdl training about a week ago and havent gotten any replys yet im still hopeful though! im going through the cdl training program now thank you for the links i will look through them! how does your son like WIL-trans so far?

Posted:  4 years, 4 months ago

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I am turning 21 this month and I am getting ready to apply for a company that will pay for my cdl program but im not sure what company to go for, at first I wanted to go to swift but you now have to be 23 to get on with them after that i wanted to go with prime but i learned recently that they updated there training to 50k tnt miles and i think that's just them trying to get more money out of new drivers now i am thinking of Roehl but im not so sure about them either any advice or suggestions would be much appreciated!

Posted:  7 years, 5 months ago

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Congratulations man glad ya made it

Stay safe out there on the roads and god bless

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