What is it like to work at Capital City Auto Auction?

2.3Work/Life Balance
1.6Job Security/Advancement
Good for side jobs and extra income and summer job/ Seasonal
Written by Commercial Driver (Former Employee) from Saint Albans, WV 25177 on December 5, 2017
Wake up early to get start at work by 8:00 am. Get your lane your going to be in and get in the vehicles driving through the action block then park them. Hardest was the travel and having to follow your team members. Also no way of know where you are going to the last second. You have to have your own cell phone and GPS. Average speed was 75mph, but - more ... to keep up with the team sometimes 80. You are responsible for your speeding tickets, and etc. They did paid for tolls and gas, oil, air for tires. - less
ProsDrive different vehicles and models.
ConsNo benefits, no knowing where you are going and when you will be back.
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