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 C.R. England

Joined: 8/9/2008
Location: Benton, AR
Posts: 1

C.R. England
Posted: Sat Aug 9, 2008 8:04:04 PM


I have been offered a truck driving job with C.R. England out of Salt Lake City,UT. They have offered to send me through there

training academy in Dallas,TX then attend there orientation. Since I have my Class A CDL but it has been so long since I have

driven and graduated truck driving school they offered to re-train me pretty cheap instead of pay $3,000 or more for training again.

I would go with a company trainer for 3 weeks then with a lease operator for there CAT program for 3 weeks. Then that is when I

would decide whether I want to be a company driver or lease operator. Does anyone have any information on this company that

is not negative information?? Does anyone have anything good to say about C.R. England. Any information would be greatly

appreciated. Thanks.

Joined: 8/8/2008
Location: Bridgeton, NJ
Posts: 9


RE:C.R. England
Posted: Sun Aug 10, 2008 12:20:06 PM


Sorry,drove for england about 6 months,usually 90 days is there max retention for a driver. They do seem to go through a lot of dispathers and payroll clerks also. That was the problem I had. I would average about ! paycheck every 5-6 weeks and then it was for only 2-3 loads.I was still getting paychecks about 1 month after I quit. Sorry about being negative but you need to know things like this.Dosen't matter how many good things are said about a co., if you don't get paid. Good luck,hope this helps

Joined: 8/3/2008
Location: Dothan, AL
Posts: 9


RE:C.R. England
Posted: Thu Aug 28, 2008 9:46:42 PM


go with pam are usa trucking i think there pretty good

Joined: 12/4/2008
Location: Walterboro, SC
Posts: 3


RE:C.R. England
Posted: Thu Dec 4, 2008 11:08:26 AM


I did the lease purchase with these chiselers and lasted only 3 months. The dispatcher sold Herbalife on a table next to his desk in SLC. Was in OK and told no loads for truck,but load board had five of their loads up there and they were only 150 miles away. Paperwork for a Michelin load was sent to the shop because the dingy broad in the office thought it was a tire bill. Didn't get paid for load and truck went in the hole that week,which took three weeks to dig out of. I made them come to SC and get the yard ornament while I went to work somewhere else.

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