Prime..Do You Need Your SS Card Or Not???

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Smart C.'s Comment
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People in the thread are telling me I need a SS card. My recruiter specifically told me all I needed was my birth certificate.

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That is your quote from a month ago.

If your recruiter told you don't need your SS Card, when they ask you for it, bring the recruiter in so he or she can straighten them out.

You have also asked for a recent Prime glad to tell you the real situation. Again, when they ask for your SS Card, tell them that someone on Trucking Truth told you that you don't need it. I'm sure that would be even better than a Prime recruiter straightening them out.

Your question has been answered. What you do with that answer is up to you.

No. My quesion was specifically for a recent grads experience. And yes, obviously I'm going to show the text messesages between my recruiter and I as well ask bring her in. I was just curious about what other *recent* students had to say while I'm still an route.

Rob T.'s Comment
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Please make a diary in the other section of the forum of your training. Title it Professor X 2.0 so we can all follow along with your journey. good-luck.gif

Smart C.'s Comment
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*yawn...

Yeah. I'm right though. I can tell you yawned through reading class a lot.

Tractor Man's Comment
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Have you ever purchased a product made in China and tried to read the instructions that were translated from Chinese to English, apparently by some warehouse worker that claimed he knew English. They can be quite comical. That is exactly what is going on here. Mr. C is taking the written English instructions, and attempting to translate them into some, unknown to anyone else language that lives in his head. This guy makes Todd seem reasonable, rational and a good listener!

Turtle's Comment
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*yawn...

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Yeah. I'm right though. I can tell you yawned through reading class a lot.

These adolescent insults prove just how weak you are.

Just answer me this, and I'll leave you to your certain failure:

In light of all these questions you have, why would you not simply just bring the flippin card with you? Regardless of what the recruiter told you, we drivers told you, or what your mommy told you, why wouldn't you just bring it to be safe?

PackRat's Comment
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*yawn...

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Yeah. I'm right though. I can tell you yawned through reading class a lot.

I just read my license. It states that I am a Class A CDL Driver. Read me yours.

CDL:

Commercial Driver's License (CDL)

A CDL is required to drive any of the following vehicles:

  • Any combination of vehicles with a gross combined weight rating (GCWR) of 26,001 or more pounds, providing the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of the vehicle being towed is in excess of 10,000 pounds.
  • Any single vehicle with a GVWR of 26,001 or more pounds, or any such vehicle towing another not in excess of 10,000 pounds.
  • Any vehicle, regardless of size, designed to transport 16 or more persons, including the driver.
  • Any vehicle required by federal regulations to be placarded while transporting hazardous materials.
millionmiler24 (CRST Amba's Comment
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I'm a pretty smart guy actually. You can't point to one foolish thing I've said. For the millionth time, a Prime professional has given me questionable information. If she has been correct the entire time, there is nothing foolish about the whole situation. I will be sure to give you an update.

If any of that is true then I guess I am Kim Jong-Il.

Smart C.'s Comment
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*yawn...

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Yeah. I'm right though. I can tell you yawned through reading class a lot.

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These adolescent insults prove just how weak you are.

Just answer me this, and I'll leave you to your certain failure:

In light of all these questions you have, why would you not simply just bring the flippin card with you? Regardless of what the recruiter told you, we drivers told you, or what your mommy told you, why wouldn't you just bring it to be safe?

ALREADY BEEN ANSWERED This is why we have come to this point. Seems as though either the comprehension is terrible or you're just not even reading.

Smart C.'s Comment
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Does anyone know when Prime recruiters get paid? When you get your own truck? Just making it to orientation?

PackRat's Comment
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Does anyone know when Prime recruiters get paid? When you get your own truck? Just making it to orientation?

You don’t already know?

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