I don't think so. I mean there's the indentured servitude route. I think @Injun might've went that way with Swift, or maybe Prime. I don't remember.
any school is only going to give you enough education to pass your CDL with the state.
It deends on the State. Washington requires training, Idaho requires you pass the tests.
Swift. But it's not Swift anymore. It's Knight now.
Sort ofAre you saying Knight bought Swift?
Ok. I didn't know they merged. That makes sense now. I wonder if they will use one company name for each division in the future.Sort of
Knight and Swift merged into a single management company with the actual operations kept separate in name only. One of the Knight boys is CEO of Swift now. I'm sure you've noticed the new Swift logo with the lightning bolt S on a shield. The shield is a nod to Knight.
Snail trail is much more fitting. They do the Target dedicated down here. You will always see trucks go by them in the far inner lane because they are weaving all over the road acting like big time Smokey and the Bandit drivers jerking the wheel all over the place.Lightning bolt? I thought it was a snail trail.
Lightning bolt makes more sense.
Hell with that commune college shit
Community college is a good way of going about it. It's like paying someone for their time and truck, except they were taught how to teach instead of being some fool with no patience.Hell with that commune college ****
Try findin a smaller kind of drivin school that gots trucks. They out there... just gotta do a little huntin.... and you save a boatload without havin to sign on no dotted lines
For the most part, my insurance company won't let me hire with less than two years at renewal time. So if you come to me with 14 months in August, have the right experience/training, you'd likely get hired as you'll have 2 years by next renewal.I believe most places these days have insurance companies that are not going to allow drivers off the street CDL or not without schooling or experience but that is what I hear not fact based. I also hear you can still work on a farm tag and not even hold a CDL