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Posted:  2 years, 8 months ago

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Really close yet so far to my cdl

Im in my early 20s and dont have a drivers license, but all i want is my cdl and to drive. After i get my drivers license ill have to wait a year to drive. A years too long, its just not fair. Wonder when ill get it. God bless

Posted:  2 years, 9 months ago

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Otr -Over The Road

All year long?

Have any of you been otr all year long? Does vacation time add up? Being out all year you probably spend little money, end of year total money is?

Posted:  2 years, 9 months ago

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Otr -Over The Road

Have any of you been otr all years long? Does vacation time add up? Being out all year you probably spend little money, end of year total money is?

Posted:  2 years, 11 months ago

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.12cpm? Huh?

Are you doing research on a Windows 98 computer? Where did you get those numbers? Most pay .30 or more CR England being the lowest at somewhere around .28 and .14 for teams. Teams get paid for all miles (there miles and Co drivers) so naturally they are paid a little less. At swift anything 500 miles or more is .36. I can't explain the whole sliding scale but another example is a short load like 25 miles is 25 dollars plus .50 a mile.

😂😂😂😂😆 Rick i read it

Posted:  2 years, 11 months ago

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.12cpm? Huh?

Hey guys, im still in the preparation stages of trucking, and need some information. Through my own research, i realized most companies seem to pay .12cpm and i guess the 32, 34 cpm's are just sweet talk. Am i right? As a new driver what was you solo start pay?

Who do you work for? If you dont mind.

Posted:  2 years, 11 months ago

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.12cpm? Huh?

Hey guys, im still in the preparation stages of trucking, and need some information. Through my own research, i realized most companies seem to pay .12cpm and i guess the 32, 34 cpm's are just sweet talk. Am i right? As a new driver what was you solo start pay?

Posted:  2 years, 11 months ago

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Best of the worst companies.

Ok so i read Old domininions company review, i was so unimpressed im in pain. Before reading it, another trucker who probably doesnt drive for them, made them sound like the best. I never drove for them, i could be wrong. Any of you truck drivers ever work with them?

Posted:  2 years, 11 months ago

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Division Options?

Is Port Division an option as a rookie, as a still being trained rookie? And is OTR just a 24-7 on the road, in your truck deal? Last question, most co.'s give drivers a day off for every 7 day week on, have any of you guys ever gone weeks, with no days off for say a month or two, And let those days off pile up?

Posted:  3 years, 3 months ago

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Testing

Man, i've heard truckers are salt of the earth kinda guys, they werent lying. Pick the holy of word God up and repent. Sad, tough truth is, we'll all expire, and the soul needs shelter. Just felt thankful toward you guys whove answered my Q's, ill be ready come test times. God bless and keep you all safe

Posted:  3 years, 3 months ago

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How hard is the written CDL test?

Had to have mine before school as a requirement. Did the high road program and passed everything in one go. All endorsements as well. I highly recommend the program. Most people here have done it and are better off than those who haven't in my opinion

First try is what i'm going for. Just at your local dmv?

Posted:  3 years, 3 months ago

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How hard is the written CDL test?

The written test? Clp Man how hard was it on you guys? How long til you finally passed? Did you get yours before? How was that?

Posted:  3 years, 3 months ago

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General knowledge

Is rules and regulations really general knowledge? On this site

Posted:  3 years, 4 months ago

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Prime Stevens WHO

Clearly trucking wont be easy but im as ready as can be and Well since i havent heard anyone mention the written test Does the order go written test, training, till test day or what

And how many questions do you guys think the written test usually has. I heard like 5 tests, 50 questions each that would mean there's a lot of room for faliure.

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