Roehl Driver Training From Start To End.....

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Weatherman's Comment
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Man, Thank you for this post. I feel even more confident that I made the right choice joining Roehl.

AJ D.'s Comment
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Well, WT ...

It will be good to know that IF / When I get out there in my own rig, and I get stuck or whatever, I can say - "Hey man, if the mighty Wine Taster can get stuck, anyone can" ... and I'll be able to just brush it off. :)

Roehl has moved up on my final 8 list.

MSDonna's Comment
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Thank you Winetaster for your posts. I am leaving a career of 24 years as a L.E.O. and feel the same way as you did when you left your "guaranteed job" or there about. I really liked your step by step approach. I am taking this slow as I don't want to make a mistake at any level. As a cop I can be aggressive and know how to get things across in a respectful manner when I have to but I am unlike most officers as I am pretty down to earth and have had a hard road to follow coming up. I know what it is like to struggle and have to put up with BS. I do so much appreciate your contributions to the trucking industry and us new drivers. God Bless and oh, I serve in the OBX of NC. Glad to see your from my home state. Take care buddy MSDonna

Wine Taster's Comment
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You are in Kitty Hawk? Awesome. Bet I know you. I was a Paramedic for Dare county!

Thank you Winetaster for your posts. I am leaving a career of 24 years as a L.E.O. and feel the same way as you did when you left your "guaranteed job" or there about. I really liked your step by step approach. I am taking this slow as I don't want to make a mistake at any level. As a cop I can be aggressive and know how to get things across in a respectful manner when I have to but I am unlike most officers as I am pretty down to earth and have had a hard road to follow coming up. I know what it is like to struggle and have to put up with BS. I do so much appreciate your contributions to the trucking industry and us new drivers. God Bless and oh, I serve in the OBX of NC. Glad to see your from my home state. Take care buddy MSDonna

Wine Taster's Comment
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Yes they are an excellent company. I was starting to get a little down on them because I was listening to other drivers. Somehow, trucking has a way to make you very humble, very fast!

Man, Thank you for this post. I feel even more confident that I made the right choice joining Roehl.

Edin M.'s Comment
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Thank you Wine Taster. :)

MRC's Comment
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Hey wine taster Really enjoyed the read, I couldn't stop once started. I have a question on referrals, Does Roehl pay them? I know that you have influenced quite a few people to go there way, I'm probably going to be another. I just figured if your name gets dropped that you could benefit from all the hard work you put into this. MRC

Wine Taster's Comment
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Yes you get a bonus for referrals. Most of the people on here do it to help others.

Hey wine taster Really enjoyed the read, I couldn't stop once started. I have a question on referrals, Does Roehl pay them? I know that you have influenced quite a few people to go there way, I'm probably going to be another. I just figured if your name gets dropped that you could benefit from all the hard work you put into this. MRC

MRC's Comment
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If this is the venue I use to get back into the truck, What do I use WT or should I PM you to get your name? Not sure if I'm going through Roehl or I might go to Trans-Tech in your state. I have some friends down there I could stay with in back swamp. Didn't you say that lodging was paid for? I'd be coming down with my CDL-A and All endorsements. I've been out of commission since 8/06 with back problems, all better now, Have a rod for a lumbar spine. Thanks, MRC

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.
Wine Taster's Comment
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All I can say is Roehl has been very good to me. You guys and gals flatter me. I did not realize that this thread would have such an effect. Hope to meet some of you one day on the road.

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