If you want to learn how to drive a truck then I recommend Schneider. However I will say this, you have to be adaptable to many different situations, because everything isn't always going to go your way. So all I'm saying is expect the unexpected and you be fine. Make sure you take your time, if you're unsure pull the truck over at the nearest safest place possible and make a phone call. I would say a lot of these complaints are coming people who didn't know what they were getting into.I hear all the bad talk about Schneider and I'm not denying that its not true. But I'm wanting to get my CDL's and I see Schneider as the only way of getting them without coming out of pocket and getting 2 years worth of driving experience to boot. In my case should I continue to look at Schneider as my "foot in the door"?
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