Everett Roehl began providing motor carrier service in 1962 with a single truck. Today, Roehl Transport is one of the 100 largest trucking companies in the nation with over 1,900 tractors and 5,200 trailers.
The company operates throughout the continental US and Canada; however, it does most of its business east of the Rocky Mountains, particularly in midwestern states. Everett Roehl founded Roehl Transport in 1962 with a single truck.
The training at Roehl will last approximately 2 weeks.
Phase 1 training is on the road with a Certified Driver Trainer for up to thirteen days.
You will average approximately 300 per week during your training.
You will be paid $600 upon successfully completing orientation.
You are dispatched as a solo driver during training with Roehl
At Roehl you will run solo after training.
Different Roehl fleets will have varying hiring areas, depending on need.
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Roehl operates all 48 contiguous states
Roehl operates throughout the continental U.S. and parts of Canada. Most of its business is done in the Midwest and Eastern regions of the country.
Roehl has the following home time options available:
As an experienced truck driver, you become eligible to take a passenger after 90 days of employment, children must be 10 years of age to ride along, and there is a minimal fee for rider insurance.
Up to $6,000 for tuition costs. You will need to provide a receipt showing the amount you paid for CDL school tuition.
As a member of TeamRoehl, you can bring your spayed or neutered dog or cat in the truck. We’ve installed special waste receptacles and created pet run areas at our terminals
The Roehl Honor Program is an apprenticeship program specifically for military/ex-military members. The program is available to those honorably discharged or reservists still serving.
The 2-year program allows veterans to also draw on their GI Bill benefits while working for Roehl. Roehl also provides CDL training.
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