Profile For Edward G.

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  • Location:
    Calhoun , GA

  • Driving Status:
    Experienced Driver

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  • Joined Us:
    7 years, 2 months ago

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Posted:  1 year, 3 months ago

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Any information about Kennasaw transportation

Hi have not been on in a while but i am looking for reviews on Kennasaw Transportation looking to go back out on the road and im very interested in this company out of White Ga. Thank you in advance

Posted:  3 years, 1 month ago

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Any information about Kennasaw transportation

Any information about Kennasaw transportation would be greatly appreciated thinking about driving for them please give comments good or bad would be appreciated

Posted:  4 years, 1 month ago

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J&M Tank line

Anybody got any information on working for J&M Tankline

Posted:  5 years, 2 months ago

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Looking to buy a truck to start a business need some advice on a split dump truck are tractor to pull pulpwood etc

Posted:  6 years, 9 months ago

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Started Roehl training in Ga 9/11/2017

day 2 not much to tell more classes and videos got my name and gate bagies start pretrip tomorrow hopefully getting in truck will keep y'all updated peace out for now Irma has everything messed up

Started Roehl training today day 1 not much happened paper work got hat and pen weather pretty bad got out early about 2 back in room studying and lounging around will keep in touch. Until tomorrow day 2 peace out.

Posted:  6 years, 9 months ago

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Started Roehl training in Ga 9/11/2017

Started Roehl training today day 1 not much happened paper work got hat and pen weather pretty bad got out early about 2 back in room studying and lounging around will keep in touch. Until tomorrow day 2 peace out.

Posted:  6 years, 9 months ago

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Miles as a new solo driver with Roehl

I will be starting September 11th in cdl training how was the company to work for and is everything on the up and up heard good and bad things what is your take on it all responses appreciated

I drove there for 11 months, leaving in Feb 2017.

Posted:  6 years, 9 months ago

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Miles as a new solo driver with Roehl

What are the average miles a solo driver does weekly with Roehl new solo driver anyone who can help please do

Posted:  6 years, 9 months ago

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Passed cdl-a permit waiting to start Roehl

what's the average miles a solo driver does weekly when starting out for Roehl

thanks I'm really looking forward to get this new journey in life started I'm going to conney going dry van can't wait I know I'll have questions for you thanks a lot Dart <-/p>

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Congrats and welcome to Team Roehl!!!

Just about to wrap up week 1 with my Roehl phase 2 trainer. If you have any questions ask and I'll do my best to answer them.

Some of the biggest pointers I can give you is: -No alcohol in the hotel -If you don't understand something...ask -Listen to the instructors -Be respectful at ALL times, even to motorists that cut you off or do something that frustrates you...Roehl is BIG on this...forget calling them names like "4 wheelers" -Communicate, communicate, communicate. -Try to relax. You will get nervous and that's OK, but don't let your nerves consume you. -Keep a positive attitude, even when things get rough (and you likely will experience some rough patches). -Study the shift pattern and shift point sheet they give you...shifting trips up A LOT of new students. -If you find yourself struggling with the pre trip, see if your instructors can provide you with pictures of the inspection areas and write down the part names on them. I've seen this help a couple of students. You'll get plenty of practice on this, so don't let the order of items to check, wording, or amount of items to check worry you. -Don't be too hard on yourself...this was and still is one of my biggest problems.

Again, if you have any more questions ask away and I'll do my best to answer them.

All the best to you!!

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Posted:  6 years, 9 months ago

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Passed cdl-a permit waiting to start Roehl

thanks I'm really looking forward to get this new journey in life started I'm going to conney going dry van can't wait I know I'll have questions for you thanks a lot Dart <-/p>

Congrats and welcome to Team Roehl!!!

Just about to wrap up week 1 with my Roehl phase 2 trainer. If you have any questions ask and I'll do my best to answer them.

Some of the biggest pointers I can give you is: -No alcohol in the hotel -If you don't understand something...ask -Listen to the instructors -Be respectful at ALL times, even to motorists that cut you off or do something that frustrates you...Roehl is BIG on this...forget calling them names like "4 wheelers" -Communicate, communicate, communicate. -Try to relax. You will get nervous and that's OK, but don't let your nerves consume you. -Keep a positive attitude, even when things get rough (and you likely will experience some rough patches). -Study the shift pattern and shift point sheet they give you...shifting trips up A LOT of new students. -If you find yourself struggling with the pre trip, see if your instructors can provide you with pictures of the inspection areas and write down the part names on them. I've seen this help a couple of students. You'll get plenty of practice on this, so don't let the order of items to check, wording, or amount of items to check worry you. -Don't be too hard on yourself...this was and still is one of my biggest problems.

Again, if you have any more questions ask away and I'll do my best to answer them.

All the best to you!!

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