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09/04/2015
By: Charmarie J.
Driver Solutions
THEY ARE A SCAM DO NOT HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH DRIVERS SOLUTION AND MAY I ADD IF YOU WERE A FOOL LIKE ME JOIN THE CLASS ACTION LAW SUIT AGAINST THIS COMPANY
11/15/2014
By: Jeffery T.
Commercial Driver Training
Just finished the Class B training course at CDTC. I'm really glad I made the choice to attend the class. Ken does a great job teaching all the aspects of the CDL test. He's very thorough and genuinely cares about his students. Bob is excellent as well. I can't say enough good things about CDTC. Even the CDL tester commented that all of Ken's students know what they're doing, especially compared to other training schools.
12/31/2013
By: H N.
Commercial Driver Training
Don't waste your money!! they're the cheapest in town but you get the worst training because they only have one truck for the parking practice then when it comes up to the road driving part, they RENT a truck for 2 days only! so if you are lucky you might get 3 hours of driving time! we were 5 students and none of us passed the actual road test in the first try! some past the 2nd time some passed the 3rd or even 4th time due to lack of training and equipments!! once again don't waste your money whether you pay for it or work one pays for it!! Sage or C-1 are much better school!
05/10/2013
By: jmgfan24
Driver Solutions
5 years ago, I attended five days of classes at Driver Solutions in Indianapolis Indiana. They then did physicals and found out I had a pre-existing heart condition. They called me to the office later that day to tell me that I was a liability and they were not going to fund me. I did not continue with the classes.Today, I received a summons to small claims court for a bill of $836.77 that has gained 18% for five years, now totaling almost $2000, and I have not been contacted before now about it at all.I called to inquire and was told by the legal department that the reason for my departure and the fact that I was not notified at all in 5 years was "irrelevant" and that my options are to either go to court (I live in NC with a full time job and a two year old son now) and see what happens, agree to paying $100 a month through garnished wages or be arrested if I ever have my information ran by a police officer for any reason. I have found out since that conversation that the lady was just throwing threats and the statement she made about possibly being arrested is false.So maybe I missed the fine print as far as the heart condition was concerned, but to not contact me when I am being charged 18% interest until you want me to go to small claims court and my bill is almost $1200 higher than it was to begin with is uncalled for!

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