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    1 year, 11 months ago

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Posted:  11 months, 1 week ago

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Melton truck lines

Oh I already arranged to pay off my contract in one payment when I leave I have no problem with that they gave me a chance and took me when I had no experience so I have no problem fulfilling my commitment. Cr England does pull pods but the contract wouldn’t stop me getting hired with Melton. I’m excited I’ll be 22 in February and this industry is exactly what I expected it to be, I hopped right in when I was 21. Even though CR England gets a lot of negative reviews they were nice to me and wished me the best at my new company. I have no problem starting off slow in flatbed I have been wanting to pull over size and overweight loads since I was kid.

Posted:  11 months, 1 week ago

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Melton truck lines

I made a post few months ago before getting my cdl. I since have done 6 months with CRE and gave my two week notice to go work for Melton truck lines. (I’ve already informed Melton I’m under contract they don’t care because flatbed is not considered competing with CR England since they pull dry van and reefer) I’ve heard nothing but good things from drivers I’ve met driving for Melton. Does anyone here by chance drive for Melton? I’ll be new to flatbed but I don’t mind working in elements and I’m excited to learn something new. Any tips for someone new to flatbedding? Melton got a recent pay raise company wide so I’ll be coming in at 48 cents a mile way more than I get now lmao.

Posted:  1 year, 11 months ago

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Question about cdl training through a company

Hey I appreciate any help or insight u guys have. Ok I’m out of Georgia right now I had my license suspended in February of this year in Illinois before I moved to Georgia I got that taken care of and got my license reinstated back where I’m at in Georgia, which was July of this year. I have no tickets on my license (all where thrown out in court), it was suspended for failure to appear which is all settled now. My question is what is my best bet for getting a cdl training through a company, do I have to wait a year? Before that I’ve had my license for 3 years straight no issues. Just trying to get into trucking because I want a solid career. I’m 20 right now I’ll be 21 in February. Sorry for lengthy wording just trying to explain it well. Thanks y’all

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