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Monday, November 10, 2008

Career Over The Road pays big time

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Are you interested in a career on the road? OTR

OTR= Over The Road

There are few careers where you are able to visit so many great destinations in the United States while getting paid big bucks. If you enjoy driving and like being your own boss, the trucking industry has great opportunities that are perfect for your lifestyle.

Want to join the trucking industry?

Before you can get on the road, however; training is required for your CDL license. I've compiled a list of nationwide truck driver training programs to choose from.

From beginner to advanced classes, you will find a truck driving school in your area. Be ready with commercial vehicle training that will get you prepared to pass the test and receive your commercial driver's license (CDL).

Find specialized instruction or general truck drving classes. Your new truck driving career is only a class away. Sign up with a truck driving school today and be a big rig truck driver soon!

Frederick Community College
(My son in law got his CDL there)
PO Box 541
Frederick, MD 21705
Phone: 301-698-5364

Professional Truck Driver Program
8042B Reichs Ford Road
Frederick, MD 21704
Phone: 888-331-0703


And these people were where I got
my Class A training from:

Drive Rite Trucking School
202 Bertram Cir
Glen Burnie, MD 21060
Phone: 410-766-8456

I really liked these folks, I'd been
driving for over 20 years already but
with a Class B licence.
With Drive Rite you don't have to pay
for instruction you don't need!

I thought Drive Rite had a better 'business model'
with these guys you're *Renting the Truck*
and it just so happens that the CDL truck comes with a
Driver Instructor!!

The owner really knows how to teach, I should know, I've
trained dozens of drivers over the past 26 years.
He told me when to look in which mirror and when to cut
my wheels when I saw X, Y, or Z in different mirrors.

This site is not responsible for libel, any driver who ever worked for a truck company is welcome to rate any company they worked for, of course if they got fired, they might not give an accurate description of what it was like to work there.

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