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Posted:  1 year, 4 months ago

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How Do these Companies Prepare Us?

Hey Guys,

How well do Trucking Companies, Prepare they're Future Drivers, for the CLP/CDL Written Test?

Posted:  1 year, 4 months ago

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How Well do Companies, Prepare Us?

Hey Guys,

How well do Trucking Companies, Prepare they're Future Drivers, for the CLP/CDL Written Test?

Posted:  1 year, 5 months ago

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Thanks to Brett and Everyone on Here

👼Thanks Brett !

Posted:  1 year, 5 months ago

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CLP, CDL again🚛⛟

Hey Guys!

Quick Question for ya?

Ok I'm Clp Testing(Written) for Prime, If I fail, God forbid, Can I still Call Say maybe Swift, or Rhoel and Start over there?

(Will I Have to Wait a whole Year only for Prime?)

Posted:  1 year, 5 months ago

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Got my CLP!

Yuuyo Y. Your Awesome, Thanks.!

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ITruck2007, the purpose of the High Road CDL Training Program isn't to try and reproduce the test questions. It's designed to actually teach you the material in the CDL manual. It was never meant to be memorized. It is a repetitive learning tool that repeats the material methodically so that you actually learn what it is you need to know. There never was any purpose of trying to show you what questions are in the tests.

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I would say about 1/3 to 1/2 of the high road questions were on or almost exactly near the test questions. However, that's not enough to pass. A good portion of the questions I had never seen nor read about before. I was able to answer them correctly by either 1.Process of elimination of what I KNOW must be wrong or 2.Inferring what the right answer must be based on things I've learned from high road.

Posted:  1 year, 5 months ago

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Got my CLP!

Yuuyo Y. Passed every test, big big deal. Yuuyo Y. We're any of the High Road Questions on any of the Tests?

Posted:  1 year, 7 months ago

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Another Topic Just For Fun - What was your last load? How much did it weigh? How many miles?

Love this Question👼😇

Posted:  1 year, 7 months ago

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Cdl test, Clp test

Hey guys,

I once heard, if one Fails their Cdl/Clp permit Test, 3 times they have to Wait 1 whole Year, for a Re-Take.

1.Is it True? 3.Did You, have to a Year, to Re-Take? 3.What States Allow more Re-Takes? 4.If not a Year, then how long?

Thanks God Bless

Posted:  1 year, 9 months ago

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Truckers Schedule ?

Hey Guys,

Any Truck Drivers out there know, what the Trucker Schedule, Looks like?

What time in the morning, does one begin to Drive?

Do we first perform a Pre-Trip, and an Air Break Test, before you Drive?

How Often does one Perform, a Pre-Trip, and an Air Break Test? (And how often, Say a Day or a Week?)

How Long does one Drive, til You Take your Break?

How Long is your Break?

Do we only Drive, 8 hours a Day?

Could I Drive Longer than 8 hours a Day?

And How many Breaks does one Get a Day?

Thanks Guys, God Bless

Posted:  1 year, 11 months ago

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How many Times, am I Allowed to Fail my CDL (CLP) Written Test?

Thanks Turtle, You think all Prime Schools allow as many as You Need? What Prime did You Go to? If You don't mind me Asking.

I can't speak for other company schools, but here at Prime we were allowed 2 chances per test per day. So for example:

If you take the air-brakes test and fail, you can retake the test right then & there. If you fail it again, no worries, just go back to the hotel and try 2 more times tomorrow. And so on...

As far as I know, there is no upper limit on how many times you can take the permit tests. At least I've never heard of one.

Like Rob said, study the High Road CDL Training Program and it'll be a cakewalk. The program is formatted in such a way that it really makes it easy to learn.

Posted:  1 year, 11 months ago

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How many Times, am I Allowed to Fail my CDL (CLP) Written Test?

Hey Guys,

I heard we're only Allowed to Fail the Written CDL (CLP) Test 3 times, A Year.

Has Anyone (Trucker) Maxed out on Re-Takes ?

Can You Re-Take it More than that ?

Is there a State that Allows More Re-Takes.

Does it Depend on If You Take it at School, or the DMV Yourself.

#2 If You Fail Once at (Company) Trucking School, Do They Send You Home? Or are You Allowed A Couple More Re-Takes?

Posted:  2 years, 1 month ago

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Trucking Truth app

For those of you who do not know Trucking Truth / Brett made a great app. All about the written cdl test. Experienced drivers, are the prep questions, on his app, really on the cdl test, we all have to take?

Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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First Year Completed, 127,028 Miles

Wonder what millis' cpm is, new rookie.

Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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Cdl test ?

Hey guys, God Bless,

I had a question, about the cdl written test.

After driving out to the company you chose, have any of you guys failed the cdl written test?

How many times did you, before you passed?

How long did you have to wait, after you didnt pass, to retake?

Did you take and, or pass your cdl / clp written test At your local dmv?

Posted:  2 years, 7 months ago

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Never go back home otr

Is going home for a day after 7 days u put in a waste of time? How can u reasonably get back home every 7 days Can someone explain the whole10 hour reset , and14hour rules?

Posted:  2 years, 7 months ago

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Oh shiiiii!

What if i find something wrong with my truck or trailer, what do you do then? Tire seals, tread depth, tractor engine area, lights

Posted:  2 years, 7 months ago

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14 hour rule?

14 hour rule, how does a truck driver divide his his time?

Posted:  2 years, 7 months ago

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What is a driver's daily routine?

What time does a truck driver wake up, does he inspect his trailer first, when is he on duty, what time does he take off, does he just take off and go does he have to check in with dispatch? What time does his day typically end too?

Posted:  2 years, 7 months ago

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How Long OTR Without A Day Off?

How many of u drivers ever gone a year otr, but with no days off? How was the money after a year no days off?

Posted:  2 years, 7 months ago

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Really close yet so far to my cdl

Thats right

You wonder when you'll get it? You do realize that's up to you, right? You have to go get it yourself.

And it is fair because you've never officially driven a two thousand pound four wheeler. You don't think it would be a good idea to go from a bicycle straight to an 80,000 pound big rig, do ya?

One step at a time.

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