My Horrible Experience With Schneider Training Center In Phoenix AZ, Read Before You Apply

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Brett Aquila's Comment
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I don't see a respect from majority of members here either

I'm sorry. If I knew you were also blind, I would have never recommended a career in trucking.

I'm going to go help the next guy. You have the information you need to turn this around, but at this point, you certainly don't have the will, the humility, the character, or the commitment to make it happen. Regardless, I wish you the best of luck in your next adventure, which does not look like it will be in this industry.

Klutch's Comment
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I had some complaints about my training with Schneider but I knew what to expect going into it. You were there for a very short time to get started in a career that could have a major impact on the rest of your life and you complain about nonsense. Do you think life on the road is all rainbows and puppies? You were not cut out for trucking. ❄️

G-Town's Comment
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How were the sandwiches?

I had some complaints about my training with Schneider but I knew what to expect going into it. You were there for a very short time to get started in a career that could have a major impact on the rest of your life and you complain about nonsense. Do you think life on the road is all rainbows and puppies? You were not cut out for trucking. ❄️

DWI:

Driving While Intoxicated

Klutch's Comment
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Lol, not one of my complaints although 7 weeks of the same menu did start to wear on me.. but ya know, dash pass fixed that.

Most of the Operating Centers I have enjoyed the meals but they are all different third party companies so some are definitely better than others. Carlise PA is where it’s at 👍🏻

How were the sandwiches?

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I had some complaints about my training with Schneider but I knew what to expect going into it. You were there for a very short time to get started in a career that could have a major impact on the rest of your life and you complain about nonsense. Do you think life on the road is all rainbows and puppies? You were not cut out for trucking. ❄️

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Driving While Intoxicated

Brett Aquila's Comment
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It is amazing to me that every once in a while there is someone like Rookie here who is so stubborn that there is no amount of counsel and advice that can change that. These people are carbon copies of each other, the similarities are striking.

I agree wholeheartedly, BK. There are distinct personality types that are easy to recognize. People within any group are often so similar you can't tell them apart in their writing. You can also predict with 95% accuracy the outcome of their endeavors before they even begin. People who know how to be successful in life can find success at almost anything. People who take the wrong approach get nowhere, no matter what they try to do.

PackRat's Comment
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How were the sandwiches?

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I had some complaints about my training with Schneider but I knew what to expect going into it. You were there for a very short time to get started in a career that could have a major impact on the rest of your life and you complain about nonsense. Do you think life on the road is all rainbows and puppies? You were not cut out for trucking. ❄️

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That Right There! That chyt made me laugh hard!

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Big Scott (CFI's biggest 's Comment
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Plain and simple, trucking is not for you.

George B.'s Comment
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My apologies about commenting "dont eat the brown acid"! He apparently ate a bad sandwich!rofl-1.gif

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Driving While Intoxicated

Truckin Along With Kearse's Comment
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I am back to teaming and look how much i missed

I think I'm going to do a new reaction serious on my channel.... "how to spot a trucking drop out"

This guy reminds me of "Professor X" who bashed Roehl

Definitely not trucking material. Not once did he even mention his classmates.... They were in the heat, getting yelled at by an instructor, and eating less than desirable free food. How much did they complain?

I would never have taken him in team training.

Anne A. (and sometimes To's Comment
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Anne with the mic drop.

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Still waiting for a meaningful reply, You keep talking’ smack and I’ll keep deleting…

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Maybe another traumatized veteran like my instructors and took offense of my post, right? Ok, Good luck, you're the good guy

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Maybe you should go serve our country like MANY on here have, and get your CDL for free?

~ Anne ~

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Thanks, Bird One. I try. My late dad (today would be his 94th B'day) and my late Brother, both Navy. Bro was a SEAL. Mad respect.

~ Anne ~

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