Not a good place for a novice over the road truck driver
Company Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City Utah – January 9, 2014
This is a lifestyle job and if you like to be at home on the weekends this company is not for you. I drove 36,000 miles and didn't see my home state once during those 4 months.
I was released because of accidents, 3 very minor ones. I hit a rock while positioning an 18 wheeler to back into a loading dock between to other trailers. Scratched the bumper a bit. Then later that same day a grazed another trailer with the trailer in was backing into a parking spot at a Pilot Truck Stop. I could see no damage on either unit but, my driver trainer heard it. Then I ran over a small sign in a parking lot while in dire need, to relieve myself with the sun in my mirrors. I enjoyed seeing America from the truck and made some new friends. I also learned that trucking over the road( back to back to back) is not the kind of life I want for myself.
I got to drive an 18 wheeler across Nebraska
I have very few good nights sleep and the community was selfish.
Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – February 17, 2018
I was rushed to get my license by there School all new equipment that could barely may pass an expection and whenever it was time for me to get on a truck they rush rush rush and didn't worry anything about safety really