Student (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 15, 2017
The school and it's instructors are very good and helpful and I hope I pass because it seems like a great company to work for and I have heard very good things from other drivers here, I look forward to jonning the team
Driver (Current Employee) – Caldwell, ID – August 14, 2017
Fast paced , if you want to make money you will if you get on it if you lazy or no drive u won't ! If you on the road you making money , plan to be away from home a lot , they got new trucks , all automatic
See allot of different places, meet some cool people
OTR Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 13, 2017
They train you well and prepare you for a future in trucking but its a very challenging company to work for you have good days you have bad days but it is always best to take heed of all those aspects and become a better worker.
driving for this company was a challenge because of the pay liked the people with the company they were very nice and friendly. This would be great for someone who is just starting out nd does not have a family.
Driver (Current Employee) – Utah – August 10, 2017
The learning curve is fast and steep, either you get it or you don't. It is understood that not everyone can pass the first time around but if you don't it will drag out your stay and frustration ... so staying on top of things is imperative.
Team Driver (Current Employee) – Western dedicated – August 10, 2017
I understand that the trucking industry is growing and ever expanding via new routes and contracts as well as maintaining clientele relations. With said constant expansion, I believe C.R. England should advertise through television as well as generate a larger social media presence to targeted demographics to obtain a larger pool of potential candidates. I see too many people waiting for trainers and I believe with stronger recruiting power/tactics that we will eliminate that problem.