Profile For Neal J.

Neal J.'s Info

  • Location:
    Greensboro, NC

  • Driving Status:
    Company Driver In Training

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  • Joined Us:
    1 year, 2 months ago

Neal J.'s Bio

Decided to go to Roehl, finished phase 1 mid Feb. Got my CDL A Ready to go out with trainer next week for Phase 2.

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Posted:  11 months, 3 weeks ago

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Giant Leap!!!

Good luck, Robert! I'm right behind you ... got my CDL last week and am starting with Roehl on Jan 29. I opted for the Atlanta GA location considering the time of year.

Where you at Hammer, I'm on Tylers truck, lol

Posted:  12 months ago

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Giant Leap!!!

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Good luck, Robert! I'm right behind you ... got my CDL last week and am starting with Roehl on Jan 29. I opted for the Atlanta GA location considering the time of year.

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I was in Conley on Jan 22, left this last thursday. We were there together.

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Sorry to jump this thread. Neal, hows it going? I was in the experienced group while you guys were in the phase training.

I was the rehire. Lmk how everything went.

Ah ya, I remember talking with you outside the classroom, went well, I'm just on home time waiting for trainer.

Posted:  12 months ago

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Giant Leap!!!

Good luck, Robert! I'm right behind you ... got my CDL last week and am starting with Roehl on Jan 29. I opted for the Atlanta GA location considering the time of year.

I was in Conley on Jan 22, left this last thursday. We were there together.

Posted:  12 months ago

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Local or regional in the Northeast?

Hey Jim, take a look at what Roehl has to offer in your area. If you go to Roehl jobs they have a nice little system that would tell you what’s available. I started with Roehl back in 2014 and went to dedicated regional, home weekly. They operate a drop yard (shared) at the truck center in Bensalem Pa. so that would be a plus for you. I run dedicated out of Winchester Va. I do not recommend local direct out of school. Good luck

I'm heading out on Phase 2 with Roehl next week, so far I like everything about Roehl. *shameless Roehl plug*

Posted:  12 months ago

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About to Start Training with Roehl

Dart - Tracy here - just checking in on you - how you doing?

Are you still with Roehl Tracy?

Posted:  12 months ago

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Roehl Transport

As a lady driver I went through 2 years researching to find what I thought to be the right company to start with but turned out to be wrong. I had several pre hire consultations and read all pre hire requirements and read the pre hire contract agreement with Roehl Transport and at no time and at in no pre hire contract does it ever say anything about. Cameras ever used within the company in certain trucks. So beware of non disclosure before signing the pre hire contract letter to drive 75,000 miles for them. Especially directed to lady drivers.

I work for Roehl, the cameras aka "event recorders" only record when an event happens, ie...hard braking or an accident. They then send ten seconds of video from before the event and 10 seconds of video after the event. This video goes to a 3rd party company for review and is passed on to Roehl IF there is some sort of issue or problem that needs to be addressed. Roehl does not maintain video from the cameras, nor does Roehl ever see any video, unless there is a clear or perceived issue with something the driver did. Company policy allows for the removal of these driver facing cameras for experienced drivers. Though they are there for you and for Roehl's protection. The only reason to be concerned with them is if you are doing something that will get you into trouble.

Posted:  12 months ago

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Working on the "Roehl" Road

Going dry van in NE region. I've read your posts Tracey and have been glad to see you're so happy with Roehl. Made me think I've made the right choice. Thanks!

Did you go to Conley???

Posted:  1 year, 2 months ago

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What a day. #TruckThat

Here is a pick from I-40 in NC. I'm on the Eastbound side looking at the Westbound side. The trucks you see on the Westbound side are parked in the rest area.

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I'm in Greensboro, NC If all goes well, heading to Jim Palmer or Wil-Trans next week.

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