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 How is USA trucking Orientation

blackrice24@yahoo.com
Joined: 7/12/2007
Location: Clairton, PA
Posts: 4

How is USA trucking Orientation
Posted: Sun Mar 8, 2009 4:11:44 PM

I am about to go to USA trucking orientation on the 16th I want to know is it a easy or hard orientation and is USA trucking  a  good co. I can go with CR England on the 23rd what is a good move to make  I was with CRST For 4 month and that was hell. I am a good driver and I can read a map I need help with this one.

38short
Joined: 7/22/2007
Location: Katy, TX
Posts: 22

  

RE:How is USA trucking Orientation
Posted: Sun Mar 8, 2009 7:47:14 PM

  

Check out this website www.the truckers report.com all the info you need to know on the forum/message board.On this website you hardly get any comebacks.

gypsylady
Joined: 4/2/2009
Location: Russellville, AR
Posts: 4

  

RE:How is USA trucking Orientation
Posted: Thu Apr 2, 2009 2:29:58 PM

  

Hope you know how to plan your trips.  USA has a habit of making promises and not living upto them.  I went to school trhough USA went out on road with trainer.  Was told they would work with me the whole step of the way in getting where I needed to be in order to get my own truck.  I passed the school with a 97% and only got one point against me on my driving test with the state.  When I was out with my trainer the only problem I had was alley docking, but was never given the opportunity to do it due to hot/critical loads.  When I came off road was told no big deal we will work with you to fine tune this problem - NOT.   I passed my driving part, but failed the backing and was given a bus ticket home the same day.  Of course they still want me to pay for all this - NOT!!!!!

CRE  is going to teams from what I hear or you can be suckered into lease which is a bad ideal unless you have been on your own or know how to run a business, even with that I'd think more then twice before I'd sign on the dotted line, as it is not all its made out to be.    Good luck



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