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Posted:  3 months, 2 weeks ago

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Is this the end on the line?

That probably played a big part in my release... They won't give me a clear answer but they said no on my rehire... So I'll just have to wait & see.. Maybe in a few months thatwill change.. & the weather condition was dry!

Though its unclear if his tip over had an effect also. I just sharing my wife’s experaince

Posted:  4 months, 3 weeks ago

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Is this the end on the line?

Turning to fast... Driving in teams was a horrible experience for me but if that's my only option I guess I'll have to reconsider.

Honestly, CRST really is your only option. You have 2 big things preventing you from going anywhere else.

First is the contract you signed. CRST has sued many carriers in the past for hiring a driver that didn't fulfill their obligation to CRST. A member here, Jrod, is a recruiter and has posted the warning letter they receive if his company requests info about you that's required by law. There's no getting out of the contract. Either drive for them for the set amount of time or pay it out.

The second thing that's made you black balled is the roll over. Roll overs are extremely serious and 99.999999% preventable. Most carriers won't hire somebody with a roll over especially being so recent. If CRST is giving you an opportunity to come back take advantage of it! At the bare minimum finish the obligation you have to them and then look elsewhere. You need to get more time in the seat since your roll over before anybody will even consider bringing you on. CRST also has other companies in there umbrella you may be able to switch over to as a solo driver.

How did the roll over happen? Turning too fast? Not watching mirrors? Icy roads?

Posted:  4 months, 3 weeks ago

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Is this the end on the line?

I got my driver's license with CRST so yes I'm under contract. I have 8 months of OTR experience. 1 month I drove by myself due to my codriver removing himself off the truck because of medical issues. In April of this year I tipped my tractor & trailer over coming out of a detour headed back on the highway. No one was seriously injured besides myself a few stitches in my forearm. The load was damaged, the tractor & trailer had to be towed. CRST sent me home on workmens comp, I completed my therapy session for my arm. Recently I was fired for cause they said because I've been home for over a month. & apparently I'm still under contract because I was fired for cause. CRST said I could reapply & go back but I didn't enjoy driving in teams! My question is (where do I go from here) everyone's turning me away. Yes I wanna stay in trucking but where can i apply, can someone help?

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