Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 21, 2016
A cool and fun place to work. The people are great and understanding. The training was great driving range was very nice. The training trucks were up to date The instructors were very helpful and communicated with you very well.the
Driver (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City Utah – September 21, 2016
Don't really know a whole lot about the company as of yet. I am a trainee so far my experience has been very positive. I especially enjoy the trainer Carl he is very thorough and I have learned a great deal about truck driving. You see my only last experience was riding a bicycle in Jamaica and picking bananas for a living but now I'm going to grow up and be a real truck driver watch out folks here I come
The instructors have a lot of knowledge to make students efficient on the job.
Driver (Current Employee) – Louisiana – September 21, 2016
Attending this school was one of the best experiences I've had. I have covered the basics of operating a tractor trailer combination. I have also learned the parts of the vehicle to better coordinate with recovery assets.
Driver (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City utah – September 21, 2016
Trainers were very professional and good at what they do, training was enjoyable although the days were somewhat boring in class, the Testers were Fair. Overall the training course is very good, better than most out there
Driver (Current Employee) – Utah – September 20, 2016
Very short, very intense, very fun. You have to make it work for yourself. There will be times where you get tired of your trainer but u just have to do what u got to do.... Only for 10 days! My experience was not as bad as others say.
Inspector (Current Employee) – Laredo, TX – September 19, 2016
Management is poor due to favoritism and inequality. You get paid well however someone else is doing less and still making as much as you. Unless you are favorite do not ask for days off and if you get sick you have to give two weeks in advance you are getting sick.
Driver (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 19, 2016
Crengland is not a good company to go to if you want to make any money to pay your bills there pay sucks don't believe what the Internet says you will be making that's not true and thay treat you like dirt have to fight to get any home time I whould not tell my werst enemy to get a job here
Student (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 19, 2016
The course is very fast. It's a good school but you have to learn quickly or you will be left behind. They teach in a very basic way and they try to keep everyone on the same page. The instructions are pretty rood and think they could be better for the ones that just don't get it. Overall it's a good school and they will definitely get you your cdls and get you a job and don't let Dutch retire he is great at teaching the trucks to people.
Driver (Current Employee) – Utah – September 16, 2016
Travis Griffin this is a great school . And a great opportunity for a career. They really work hard for you to get your CDL. They are very polite and friendly ,also helpful. I'm happy I came here to start my career. Thank you c.r.england.
They have plenty of work but the pay was not competitive
Truck Driver (OTR) (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City – September 12, 2016
I drove about 2500 to 3000 miles a week with a mixture of live load and unloads and drop and hook. you will always be busy and dispatch was reasonable. I was out 3 three months at a time with 3 days off. if you want to make money here you will have to be an independent contractor or a trainer.