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By: Andrew F.
AAA CDL School
Hello,I had to go through Lone Star College and sign up a contract because of AAA CDL School. All the professors from Lone Star college were laughing on me as if I am dumb and yes I was. All my money paid to AAA was of no use since none of the big companies will hire me.This school is good for those students who are in the transportation business or knows somebody and can get the job with or without manual truck driving experience. If you want to go as a real professional driver then you need to learn the basic fundamentals through professional school or by trucking companies. There is no shortcut.It was a different ball game when I learned Pre-trip Inspection, backing, driving 53" trailer (not like the Junk, AAA has), log, coupling, uncoupling and more through lone star so don't waste your money on this AAA school. Do some research before you join anywhere.Sorry Ceaser. You are really nice person but the standards of the school are really low and you need to improve it.
By: oscarbutz
Haulmark Services Inc
Worked with lots of different companies and drove a ton of various trucks and Haulmark is one of the top 3 companies you'll want to work for. Many think the owners are too strict, but when I get on the road I want to know I'll make it to my destination without any problems. Many drivers are happy with making it all the way with 'very few' problems - I'd rather have no issues on the road and Haulmark strives to perform pre-checks and keep their fleet well maintained. I have no complaints at all.
By: lmartinez007
Haulmark Services Inc
Great place to work if you can commit to great standards. Owners stick to meeting good standards, keep their fleet in top working condition and meeting client expectations. To be honest, they go over everything when you begin working for them, so there are no surprises. If you work for this company you'll soon learn, you working with the big boys and the games and old excuses can stay at home.
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By: Emeka U.
AAA CDL School
AAA CDL School was a great help to me in getting my class A cdl license. The staff there is awesome! I highly recomend this school to anyone trying to get they're cdl license. A special thanks to the driving instructor at Rosenberg for being patient with me and being very detailed oriented in my training. I have recommended up to three of my friends to AAA CDL SCHOOL.
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By: Hotshot T.
Hot Shot Services
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By: Alex R.
AAA CDL School
These people surprised me not only were they patient but offer several learning options and really prepare you before taking the test. Even if you dont pass it the first time they offer to help you retake it. Hands down great people to work with :)
By: Used tires T.
Haas Tire
They were fantastic. I pulled up and instantly had someone at my door. I had my doughnut removed, my tire patched, and replaced on my car in less than nine minutes. The whole thing cost me eight dollars. The staff was very friendly and quick.
By: dorabratton
Haulmark Services Inc
Consistent service is one of the best elements of Haulmark Services. I like the follow-up they provide and attention to detail. If only every business owner put as much effort into managing details like Haulmark does. I highly recommend them!
By: Kevin J.
AAA CDL School
This school is horrible and pretty unprofessional. I should have read the reviews before joining it.I am giving 2 star instead of 1 just because I got my CDL from them but wouldn't consider it to others.Do some research before joining.
By: Hotshot H.
Hot Shot Services
Hot Shot Services delivers pallets for us to local Houston addresses as well as Out of town. They are always on time and very courteous as well as a great Hot Shot Service.Their number is 281-227-2777
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