Truck Driving School student (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – October 18, 2017
A very nice place friendly people instructors nice housekeepers try their best catered friendly store friendly but expensive for students need more trainers also need manual truck training along with automatic never know what might happen and could have to drive an manual but if you have not been trained its not good.
roommates need to respect one another when one is resting plus stay decent
Driver (Current Employee) – OTR – October 17, 2017
Steer well clear, nothing good will come of working here. DMs are rude and/or just ignore messages. Don't ever expect to be home when you plan on being home. Yes, it is a way to get a CDL without coming out of pocket, but not worth being stuck with this company for the the 9 month contract or even the 6 month contract for veterans.
DMs, lack of home time, forced to team with drivers who cant drive and put your life at risk
Driver (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – October 17, 2017
Everyone is great. The staff really puts in to help you achieve your goals here. From the day you get here it's been a great experience for me. Which helped me to do a great job on getting my cdl license.
Nice friendly trainers, free lodging for the duration of training
Driver (Current Employee) – Missouri (MO) – October 16, 2017
Training is intense so really be prepared to learn. The rooms are nice. Though there's not a ton of fun to do in the school, they offer shuttle service to department stores and it's only a short walk from there to lots of restuarants.
driver in training (Current Employee) – salt lake utah – October 15, 2017
General fast paced school. it still makes room and time for slower or less knowledgeable people to fully get what they need to get their career started. every thing about this school is focused on getting you done. and with the safety factors all in place within the training.
Equipment Operator (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – October 13, 2017
I would recommend my friends to come here and apply...if you have a family gel friend ECT this is not the career field for you..I would also recommend bringing up to 300 to 400 dollars to get you by....the food is good and the get dorms are nice and they do take very good care of veterans....I'd do it all over again
Driver (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – October 13, 2017
I came here with absolutely no experience in trucking. The instructors were informative and took the time to make sure you understood how to do all the necessary requirements for operating a CMV. I highly recommend CR England to anyone wanting to enter this field that has never driven a truck before. You will become the driver you want to be.