Hey Newbies check out this Driver training opportunity!!

Discussion in 'ATS' started by truckinus, Oct 31, 2007.

  1. truckinus

    truckinus Former YRC Dallas 511

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    I didn't know they changed their policy but ATS is now offering tuition reimbursement for approved schools. Sounds like a good way to break in.Anderson Trucking: Driver Training

    Student Driver: 0-3 Months
    Drivers who are in CDL training or have recently successfully completed CDL training, contact us today at 888-273-4782 to discuss our Tuition Reimbursement Program for “Approved” CDL Courses

    New Truck Driver: 3-12 Months
    Did you make the wrong company choice? Thinking of making a change? Give us a call at 888-273-4782 to discuss your future, we have the miles!

    Experienced Driver: Over 1 year
    So you took some time away from driving over the road and you're looking to get back behind the wheel. Freedom of the road is just a phone call away. 888-273-4782
     
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    imported_River17 Active Member

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    They are only looking for drivers that live in the Midwest, Northeast, or East Coast.

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    Muddtwo New Member

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    I'm in the mid west and need a truck to operate. Trying to make some extra money to throw a party. How do yellow and them day cabbers sleep?
     
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    imported_River17 Active Member

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    Muddtwo :1036316054:

    I drive a daycab and the best you can do is take a nap, but if you want to sleep, you better find a job with a BIG sleeper
    cab.

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  5. dragonflyz

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    The day cabbers like YELLOW, are put up in hotels at no cost to the driver. It beats the heck out of sleeping in the truck.
     

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