Comments By Scott S.

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Posted:  4 years, 7 months ago

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Does anybody have experience driving for CRST.

KEARSEY i just watched your video from the link and would like to thank you one for taking the time to make the video and second for sharing it with me. It has givin me some more things to think about. I love the honesty and truthfulness not only from your video but also from this site. I have been lurking around here since i first decided to take driving OTR as a serious career choice. Also would like to thank OLD SCHOOL for jumpin in with his thoughts...thats what i am talking about with regards to this fourm it is really the only place a newbie like myself needs to have bookmarked, all the people really seem to want new comers to know what they are getting into and to understand all the options available to us.... and not to forget Big T. I am glad to hear positive input about CRST. Also Kearsey i hope you have more videos to watch as i would like more insight into what seems to me one of the best careers a person could be part of. I will be lurking somemore and hopefully have some great stories of my own to share coming up in the next couple of months. Once again thank you all for the honset input and please keep up the great work..if all web fourms would structure themselves the way this one does the WEB would be a much better place. Scott P.S. i just read Brett's book from start to finish in one sitting and plan to read it again..what a great book and for Brett to put it out there for everyone to read for free..WOW..thats what i mean about this fourm...love love love it..thanks you

Posted:  4 years, 8 months ago

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Does anybody have experience driving for CRST.

I am trying to decide which company paid CDL School to sign up with and CRST seems to offer pretty good deal. I understand that it will be team driving for a minimum of 10 months. Which i believe i could handle that, especially if the miles are there. From my research it seems that their team drivers average 3000 - 4000 or more a week and plus paid twice weekly. My situation is such that i have no money and cant afford to even get my permit on my own. I am 57 years old and have been out of work almost 1year now after working 34years at the same company. I have always wanted to try driving a big rig and this seems like the time to finally give it a try. Any thoughts on this company wod be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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