Driver (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 20, 2017
Great place to work good and experienced management with lots of hands on training. This company really does put safety first and tries their best to get you going. The only thing is that this course is very time constricted so there is no room to mess around.
School program is useful if you're looking to start your cdl driving career
Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 20, 2017
I went to the school. Remember it's an investment and some money is needed to live. Things may have changed but the training is for 2 weeks and it's non paid and food isn't provided. So have things in order before you go.
They showed me how the trucking industry has changed.
Truck driver training CDL Class A (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 17, 2017
The trucking Industry isn't fun and a trucker does not make as good a money as they used to. I couldn't stand to be away from home and not have a life and rush rush rush until work is no fun at all and only make around 40000 per year doing it.
Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 16, 2017
Pay wasn't the best but it is a more training school for new CDL drivers who want to get miles in to find a better company. After a year or so i met some people who made great money. As long as the wheels turn you're making money. I had a good experience with the trainer I personally had made it fun and helpful as i learned everything i needed. Only downside is home time which if you're going over the road you should expect that and pay (.14 cents a mile after a month of training at 10$ an hour)
OTR Company Driver (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 15, 2017
Not really liking the fact of the higher ups not knowing what is going on out on the road. If we need an empty we have to wait multiple days. The pay isnt very good and its very hard to get hometime when you request it.
Truck driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 14, 2017
Communication within the company was lacking and not helpful from about 90 percent of the employees. I learned that I work well with others and enjoy working without being micro managed. For about 3 years I trained new drivers how to drive truck. The most difficult part of the job was receiving permission to fix something on my truck to allow me to get back on the road.
Wage, road time, teaching new drivers.
time away from family, no time for school or extracurricular activities
Fast paced, knowledgeable training staff, great place to get your CDL
CDL Class A Driver (Current Employee) – Utah – January 13, 2017
Amazing facility. Very fast paced learning but the instructors work with you to help you learn and understand. You will have to put in your own hard work and study and practice but they provide all the tools for success. Help you to get your CDL and provide you a job right after. Very thorough with paperwork which equals to everything you do being in compliance and started off on the right track. Great environment and staff that make you feel like family. Highly recommend coming here and working! I'll be recommending aby one interested in getting your CDL to come train and work for CR England!
Great training, great facilities, all the tools for success
Truck Driver Class A (Current Employee) – Utah – January 12, 2017
On the road experience Practice test Backing practices Great trainers Positve attiudes Movies Work out gym Resturants Paid cdl training On hand materials Great instructors Wonderful training coordinators
Driver (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 12, 2017
I had 6 days of training and had no problem passing my cdl test. Excited to get on the road and start making money. Everything seems to be as advertised. The support staff seems knowledgeable and pleasant.