Have you been thinking about drivng those big rigs?
We can help you achieve your new career goals!!! Just ask and we will get you pointed in the right direction!
Need to get to work, after training? The benefit of going to a carrier for training vs a school The carriers if your training goes well, will offer you a driving career afterwards. A school will only give you enough information & training to pass the state test, but do little to guarantee you a driving career. Most companies have contracts, but if you drive for them after training, you can satisfy not having to pay them back. They will waive those training fees or you only need to pay a small amount.
Learning is just the beginning
We have solutions for you. We have a few companies willing to offer you such opportunities.
First and foremost, you have to have a good driving record as well as
No drug, sexual or theft convictions within the last 10 years
You must provide up to a 3 year employment history; including company name, your title-duties, address, phone number and contact person.
Some companies if you do have accidents, you must provide accident report/insurance claim on all accidents that show on MVR in the last 3 year
Let's check to see who is
hiring in your area
What will you be trained on?
In the classroom:
Administrative check-in & paperwork
DOT physical & drug screen [You must pass both to be able to continue]
Laws & rules of the road
Federal rules & regulations as well as state laws, etc.
Hazmat training & videos
In the Truck Training:
Properly Turn & Back Up & loads of yard time honing your skills
Drive in city & Highway traffic
Pre-trip inspection; tractor & trailer
You will either train driving in the snow, or by the time it snows, you will have better skills to operate your equipment.
You essentially become a paid tourist. Criss-crossing across the USA seeing places that you have never seen before!!
Mountains, big cities, little one-horse towns, and so much more!
Driving in traffic takes a lot of skill, because you have to be looking out for any potential hazard. You have to be able to maintain control of your truck as well as be able to spot other drivers having an issue and avoiding them!
Here is a tip: Learn to check your mirrors constantly!!