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Posted:  3 years, 7 months ago

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Halvor Lines Reputation Check

Hi,

Reputation check for Halvor? training and employment.

Thank You!

Posted:  3 years, 8 months ago

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What Exactly Is A High Performer?????

All of that makes sense, basically stay humble and be nice to everyone. But how exactly do you work the clock and manage time? routes have so many miles, cities have traffic etc etc. I would like to understand better. Thank you so much!

Posted:  3 years, 8 months ago

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What Exactly Is A High Performer?????

Hi,

Listening to Brett's podcast. Several times he mentions that bitter drivers that make company complaint videos on You Tube are at the bottom of the pond basically and complaining when they themselves are to blame. They are low performers. So as someone who's never driven professionally, I would like to ask what exactly is a high performer??? I assume you can't always get everything delivered on time? you can't help someone cutting you off and clipping them because they are distracted. So I'm really wondering what he means by this??

Thank You

Posted:  3 years, 8 months ago

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Friend Not Liking Paid Training/Question

I'm realizing that. What does it say about a school that uses a simulator??? they are long established but you have to drive a manual on the road.

Eric, you’ve been given advice on what to do re: training on a manual, by experienced drivers. The problem is, it’s not the advice you want to hear. Here’s some more advice: you should re-think this school you’re considering. Not because it’s private, but because the training on manuals is all simulator. That’s a terribly inadequate way to learn to drive a manual truck. Which you should do, for reasons already mentioned.

Posted:  3 years, 8 months ago

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Friend Not Liking Paid Training/Question

PJ,

There's two separate situations running here. My friend is in paid training (on all manuals) the other story is I'm considering going to a school and not paid training. The school only has a manual simulator only and charge 1,500 extra to train on it. I'm trying to decide what to do. Most everyone here says go manual, but I've also heard that the industry is headed to all manual anyways. So what to do???

Posted:  3 years, 8 months ago

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Friend Not Liking Paid Training/Question

I know but the school charges 1500.00 more which is fine but it's ALL simulator. All tractors there are auto.

Posted:  3 years, 8 months ago

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Friend Not Liking Paid Training/Question

She's ending week two right now pre-testing and finding out soon if she got the axe or not.

Posted:  3 years, 8 months ago

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Friend Not Liking Paid Training/Question

My friend is exceeding and I'm not just saying that because why lie? this happened at the end of the first week (the turn.) That's just not fair but I know what's up. There's some nosy students in that class that stand around corners and listen. Now that some people have left for home reasons or whatever, they are cherry picking well before training is complete. I won't go this route, I'll go to a paid school.

Posted:  3 years, 8 months ago

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Friend Not Liking Paid Training/Question

And the instructor never even said anything to her. They caught it on video in the office.

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My mistake she did NOT hit the curb, but didn't take it wide enough.

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This is hard to imagine for me. How could it not be wide enough if no curb contact with the trailer?

Posted:  3 years, 8 months ago

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Friend Not Liking Paid Training/Question

My mistake she did NOT hit the curb, but didn't take it wide enough.

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