Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – October 1, 2015
Truck driving is a great career if one doesn't mind never being home and is money motivated. I enjoyed the job and was a very good driver however because of the life I want to live it was not the right fit for me as far as never being in the same state for more than a couple days.
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 29, 2015
It was my first trucking job and a very good learning experience. I learn the in's and out's of the business. A typical day would consist on me getting a load sent to my on board computer, mapping out a route, and planning an on time pick up and delivery.
Driver (Former Employee) – Fontana, CA – September 26, 2015
A school that hires their own truckers and tries to get you to buy a truck from them. If you like living like a homeless person this is for you. Just had way too much of a negative experience on the road, just wasn't for me
CDL DRIVER (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, Utah – September 18, 2015
Great Company to learn truck driving. Poor company to work for. Initially I started with the intention of having some time at home. Once a week or even every other week. After approximately 4 monthsmore... the attitude of my dispather began to change as well as my home time became little to non-existant. The company is very knowledgeable in the industry and they pay well, unfortunately employee moral is extremely low. less
anonymous (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 16, 2015
does not care about employees rights. looks for ways to fire you so you cannot leave or collect unemployment, not family oriented like in the past 100 years of service diminishing in a flash due to new management .
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 10, 2015
I learned how to drive while working for them and they were good about keeping all their trucks moving and if the truck isn,t moving no one makes money(the name of the game) I felt like a smaller company was more to my liking.
Long Haul Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 27, 2015
Typical day of a long haul driver included pre-trip and post trip inspections of the tractor and trailer. Must read load assignments to verify temp, addresses, arrival times, and billing numbers. Keeping truck operating by adding fuel and oil as necessary.
Great way to see the country.
Very limited home time. Long waits in between loads.
Could be a good opportunity, if not for major flaws
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Nationwide and Dedicated – August 18, 2015
There are few places these days that will train you up from ground zero, help you get your CDL and hire you on the spot. Sounds good. That's what I thought, and with their focus on safety, I was reallymore... happy with the prospect. But the training is minimal... if you are relatively smart and self-sufficient you will get thru the program as I did, and with some less than perfect habits... because they don't train them out of you... not during the training phase. So when you have a small mishap, like I did... where I drove thru a driveway that wasn't made for trucks at 3AM to turn around... and got the landing gear hung up on the driveway... and you tell them you can't afford to not get paid for a period of retraining, that COULD last a week or two... They fire you!! No options, no ultimatums. Just FIRED!! This doesn't even scratch the surface... for instance, when I changed from one fleet to another it took five calls to fuel to get my fuel card to finally work... So many problems, I'd skip it, if I could do it over again! less
They get you thru the process of getting your CDL
Hard to get home time in beginning, When you do- it takes forever to get back on the road, Administrative is screwed up, You need to stay on top of paperwork, and every other thing you need to do your job, Fire you at the drop of a hat!
Professional Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, Ut – August 12, 2015
Typical day at work was driving 8-9 hours with a few breaks in between. Learning was for the most part was very good, training and counseling was always available in numerous States. Management alwaysmore... made themselves readily available. Co-workers were team players, willing to lend a helping hand. The hardest part of the job was often sharing the truck with a stranger/new driver. The most enjoyable part of the job was you were never alone, someone was always there with you. less
Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City UT – August 7, 2015
The only reason I would suggest working for this company is only if you are broke and want to get a free CDL A, and the training to go with it, and a job afterwards. IF you have a CDL A allready just move along.
OTR Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 26, 2015
I worked here for over a year. They have a bunch of unintelligent drivers waiting to drive trucks because they are a cdl farm. They don't care about your pay and your home time. They will keep you out until you quit. If you tell no on a load they have you sit for a week. In my experience. Once you leave they bad mouth you. I left in 2009 and they slandered me 2 months ago in 2015. Stay away.