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Posted:  2 months, 2 weeks ago

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Any recommendations on Roehl?

I been really really busy today working on my new home I'm planning to move into next 30 days. I have not gotten past page 4 yet with the reading, but once I fire up that grill and continue reading I'm gonna respond. I certainly didn't mean to **** someone off. Again, been self employed years,so I too take alot of information based on my experiences dealing with employees. Can't wait to finish reading this. Be in touch.

Posted:  2 months, 2 weeks ago

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Any recommendations on Roehl?

I knew there were some ladies out here gonna get on to me for not saying something about y'all. I told my daughter there were ladies in this industry and she didn't even wanna believe that lol. So hope all is well Rainy D. And PJ, i do have couple extra questions. Roehl now pays for the hotel and food bit not sure about the transportation. Maybe you could find that out. Also,I'm near Dothan Alabama which is southeast Alabama,and would hope they run the southeast alot. Next question,what about U.S Express trucking ? They offered me after getting a cdl to run the southern states on a regional route strictly for Family Dollar stores at 1100 to 1200 starting pay. With 2 days home. That sounded good as well. Rainy D i looked at Prime as well but my permit wouldn't transfer to Missouri so I would have to retake that test. Not a big deal but.... in the end i prefer to have schooling while being paid something as I won't be here to work the business and damn sure can't count on anyone to run it for me. So,that being said I still have to pay bills and take care of my daughter.

Posted:  2 months, 2 weeks ago

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Any recommendations on Roehl?

Man I certainly appreciate the hell out of all you fellas. The links,the advice,the time you take out of your schedules to respond etc.. Again, I'm just gonna be a rookie out there giving this the same attention that I built a business on starting at age 14. I'm gonna go at this full speed and focus on detail and try to maximize my time and make things work. I certainly plan to make this my next 20 year career. And look forward to speaking with you gentlemen very often. I will be sure to follow this site daily. Again, many thanks to all of you.

Posted:  2 months, 2 weeks ago

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Any recommendations on Roehl?

That is exactly what I'm talking about. You guys are the reason I joined this forum. I find out the best info and apply it to my research and what I expect out of a company. I damn near talked myself out of joining Roehl based on reviews and some YouTube video of a guy bashing them. And I had pretty much already determined before hand I wanted to join and be trained by at least one of the best companies out there. I certainly feel better after talking with you guys. One last question if I may ask? I should start out round 1200 weekly or say 38 to 42 cent mile? My truck will roll when I get on board.

Posted:  2 months, 2 weeks ago

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Any recommendations on Roehl?

Brett, small empire. Not big empire. Been told by truck owners after 2 years that is the way to go. However after owning a business I too disagreed and said i would be fine working as an employee and let someone else have my headaches. You just re assured me of that

Posted:  2 months, 2 weeks ago

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Any recommendations on Roehl?

Brett and Old school You guys are making this alot easier on me. I have had to run my business with as many as 6 full time employees to as little as just myself. Not because I didn't treat them right, but because I have a standard of excellence that I pride myself and my quality of work on. Don't show up hung over,high, 2 hours late, etc. I'm very hands on with my business. We don't cut corners. Do the job the way I taught you and there is no return trips to the job sites. I'm gonna be in that top 1% I assure you. I'm a worker and know nothing but work. Started at age 14 with my business and built a small empire. I have the same goals once I get in my own truck and get experience I plan on owning my own

Posted:  2 months, 2 weeks ago

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Any recommendations on Roehl?

I appreciate your feedback. They will allow my daughter on after 6 momths. So that makes me happy. Saw some crappy reviews on them as well as some great ones. I understand everyone will have difference of opinions or bad days. We all have bad days but reviews based on your bad day shouldn't be a review of a company. Being self employed 28 years I know a little bit about what it takes to make money.

Roehl is a great company. You cannot go wrong with them. You will have to ask them about your daughter. But most have an age restriction at 13 yrs old.

Posted:  2 months, 2 weeks ago

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Any recommendations on Roehl?

I recentlyngot my cdl permit herein south Alabama and been researching the best companies to go on board to train with or get cdl on my own and go out. Roehl has been recruiting me hard. Anyone tell me anything about their company? I also have a 12 year old daughter I want to ride along. Thanks.

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