C.R. England Truck Driving School Review – Paid CDL Training

C.R. England Trucking School

 

 

Some trucking companies are more generous than others in what they promise to provide for you. C.R. England is one of them.

Founded in England in 1920, C.R. England has grown into one of the largest refrigerated carriers in the nation. With over 3500 trucks, 5600 trailers, 4600 qualified truck drivers, and an additional 1000 non-driving employees, C.R. England has become one of the most recognizable trucking companies in the industry. Not only has C.R. England been in business successfully for over 90 years, they have been family owned and operated for 4 generations. Currently, they are based out of Salt Lake City, Utah.

The nice thing about the C.R. England trucking school is that there are plenty of locations to choose from… 25 to be exact. You have the choice of either going to one of the many C.R. England training schools or going to one of their Premiere Truck Driving Schools. Plus, your lodging will be provided for as part of the tuition cost.

C.R. England Truck Driving School Review – Paid CDL Training

C.R. England Trucking School

 

 

Some trucking companies are more generous than others in what they promise to provide for you. C.R. England is one of them.

Founded in England in 1920, C.R. England has grown into one of the largest refrigerated carriers in the nation. With over 3500 trucks, 5600 trailers, 4600 qualified truck drivers, and an additional 1000 non-driving employees, C.R. England has become one of the most recognizable trucking companies in the industry. Not only has C.R. England been in business successfully for over 90 years, they have been family owned and operated for 4 generations. Currently, they are based out of Salt Lake City, Utah.

The nice thing about the C.R. England trucking school is that there are plenty of locations to choose from… 25 to be exact. You have the choice of either going to one of the many C.R. England training schools or going to one of their Premiere Truck Driving Schools. Plus, your lodging will be provided for as part of the tuition cost.

 

C.R. England’s Truck Driving School Schedule

Week 1

Once you’re accepted into C.R. England’s truck driving school, you can expect to be there for 15 to 20 days, depending on which school you attend, of course. During the first week of C.R. England trucking school, you’ll spend all your time in the classroom, meeting your instructor and learning about the individual components of a tractor-trailer, truck systems, FMCSA safety regulations, state commercial driving laws, proper logging procedures, and more. Expect a minimum of 40 hours of classroom time (8 hours per day, 5 days a week).

Many company sponsored truck driving schools prefer that you obtain your commercial learner’s permit (CLP) in your home state before arriving at school. This is where C.R. England trucking company differs from most trucking companies when it comes to paid CDL training. They prefer that you obtain your CLP while you are in their C.R. England truck driving school.

You should be prepared to do homework assignments throughout the entire first week of the course. This will help prepare you for the CDL written exam which you will be required to pass in order to obtain your commercial learner’s permit (CLP). Once you obtain your CLP, you’ll then spend most of your time training on the lot, with a little bit of classroom training mixed in.

Week 2

On the training lot, you’ll share a truck with 4 to 6 other students and start training behind the wheel under the guidance of your instructor. You’ll practice the following:

  • Climbing into and out of the tractor
  • Clutching, accelerating, braking, and shifting gears
  • Coupling the tractor to the trailer
  • Uncoupling the tractor to the trailer
  • Inspecting both the tractor and the trailer
  • Turning the tractor-trailer
  • Backing up the tractor trailer
  • Docking the tractor trailer

Practicing these things will help prepare you for week 3 of the C.R. England training program, which is driving on the road under the supervision of your trainer. Please note, that this is a fast-paced course that is well-suited to those individuals who are good at learning skills in a short amount of time.

Week 3

During week 3 of the program, you’ll get some real-world driving experience as you learn how to maneuver the tractor-trailer through city streets and on rural roads, highways, and expressways in both light and heavy traffic. Be prepared to handle intersections, on-ramps, off-ramps, slight inclines, slight downgrades, and railroad crossings. Overall, you should expect to train behind the wheel of a truck for 10 to 15 days.

Once you finish the CDL training program at the C.R. England truck driving school, you’ll then be required to go through 30 days of over-the-road (OTR) training with a driver trainer and then 60 days of OTR training with an independent contractor. You are allowed to request a driver trainer who doesn’t smoke during the 30-day and 60-day OTR training period, if you wish.

Be sure to bring the following items with you to school:

  • Your original Social Security card (cannot be laminated).
  • Your birth certificate with raised seal (not required if you currently reside in Indiana).
  • Your current valid U.S. state driver’s license.
  • 2 government forms dated within the last 60 days that verify your current address.
  • $180 in cash to pay for the administrative fee, permit fees, and DOT physical/drug test fees.
  • Enough money to pay for food and basic living expenses for the next 30 days.
  • 7 days worth of clean clothes, including outdoor winter gear, if necessary.
  • Toiletries such as soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, a tooth brush, and a shaver.
  • Clean bath towels and wash cloths.
  • A pillow and a sleeping bag or twin-sized sheets and blankets.
  • An alarm clock, flashlight, sunglasses, pen and pencil, paper, and a calculator.
  • A voided/cancelled check or bank deposit slip in order to set up direct deposit (optional).

Remember that you will be training outdoors so, dress accordingly. Be aware that most company sponsored CDl schools do not allow sleeveless shirts, tank tops, flip-flops, sandals, or cowboy boots during training. We recommend bringing along a pair of work boots with non-slip soles.

OTR Training

During your over-the-road training, C.R. England trucking company will pair you up, one-on-one, with a certified driver trainer. Your trainer will observe and guide you from the passenger seat while you accumulate the required minimum of 15,000 miles behind the wheel time over a required minimum time period of 30 days. The truck will be dispatched as a team operation and you will be paid $430 per week which comes out to $61.43 per day.

Once you complete your 30-day OTR training, you will then be enrolled into the C.A.T. Program, which stands for Career Advancement Training. C.R. England will pair you up with an independent contractor, one-on-one, for 60 more days of OTR training. During this time, you will be shown how the lease operator program works as you and your finishing trainer are dispatched as a team. You will also graduate to a Second Seat Driver position, where you will make 12 cents per mile for every mile the truck is in operation. You will also receive pickup, drop off, and detention pay. You can expect to make between $450 to $600 per week.

Once you successfully complete your OTR training, C.R. England will then hire you on as a full-time truck driver. You will be assigned your own late-model truck and will begin driving solo. As a C.R. England trucking company driver, you will start out making 26 cents per mile. After 6 months, you’ll receive a 1 cent raise, increasing your wage to 27cpm. After 1 year, you will receive a 2 cent raise, making 29 cents per mile. From then on, as long as you remain a full-time driver with C.R. England, you will receive a 1cpm raise each year, up to a maximum of 42 cents per mile.

All full-time C.R. England truck drivers receive full medical, dental, and vision coverage 30 days after the first day of hire. Life insurance is also available after 6 months of full-time employment. After 1 year of employment, drivers are eligible to receive a 401(k) retirement savings plan. It is at this time that drivers also get paid vacation time.

Overall, here’s what you can expect when you sign up and get accepted into one of the C.R. England training schools sponsored by the C.R. England trucking company:

  • The tuition cost is $2995 for C.R. England truck driving school.
  • The length of the paid CDL training course is 15-20 days, depending on the location of the program.
  • You do not need to have your commercial learner’s permit (CLP) before singing up.
  • During the first week of school, you will study for and pass the CDL written tests.
  • After obtaining your CLP, you will then go through a mix of classroom and driver training.
  • You will receive approximately 40 hours of classroom instruction.
  • You can expect to train 10 to 12 hours a day as this is a fast-paced paid CDL training course.
  • The ratio of students to instructor is usually 4:1 but, may be 6:1 in rare cases.
  • You should expect to share a truck with 3 to 5 other students during lot training.
  • After 15-20 days, you will go through a 30-day training program, totaling 15,000 miles.
  • You will get paid $430 per week during the 30-day training program.
  • After the 30-day period, you will go through one-on-one road training as a 2nd seat driver.
  • You can request a personal trainer who doesn’t smoke during the over-the-road (OTR) training period.
  • You will get paid $450 to $600 a week during the 60-day training period.
  • You must pay a non-refundable $50 administration fee when you enter the program.
  • You must also pay a CDL Permit fee of $50 – $100 depending on the location.
  • You are required to pay a $30 fee to cover the DOT medical exam and drug test cost.
  • The $2995 tuition includes lodging and transportation but does not include meals.
  • Eagle Atlantic Financial Services will loan you the full $2995 with 18% interest.
  • You are not required to undergo a credit check or have someone co-sign your loan.
  • If you pay your own tuition up front, you will receive a $1000 discount.
  • C.R. England will deduct $55 from your weekly paycheck for a period of 18 weeks.
  • After 18 weeks, C.R. England trucking company will deduct $75 from your weekly pay until the loan is paid in full.
  • If you stay with C.R. England for at least 3 years, you will receive a $1000 reimbursement.
  • Pre-paid students who stay with C.R. England Trucking for 3 years also receive the $1000 reimbursement.

A major benefit of C.R. England’s paid training course is that they provide you with travel and hotel costs. If you have to travel from another city in order to get to a C.R. England school, they will charge you nothing when you sign a driving contract, and will provide you with top-quality company paid CDL training in only 17 days.

While C.R. England trucking company’s paid CDL training program has a lot going for it, there is one thing about the program that prospective students need to keep in mind before they sign the contract. With an interest rate of 18%, C.R. England’s financing for the schooling is not competitive when compared to the interest rate offered by other company sponsored CDL schools. Most credit cards don’t even charge 18%, unless your credit score is in the lower tier. In fact, the national average credit card interest rate is 15%. Government financial aid is even lower than that, with an average interest rate of 6 to 8%.

There is one other downside to the C.R. England paid training program. Unless you become an owner-operator, there is really no way to work off the cost of tuition so that your company sponsored CDL training becomes free. For example, let’s say you work full-time for C.R. England three consecutive years. At the end of that 3-year period, you’ve already paid 18% interest on the school loan and the reimbursement still leaves approximately $3150 total tuition cost.

With an emphasis on driver safety, C.R. England truck driving school will make sure that you get comprehensive truck driver training in the classroom, on the driving range, and on the road. Once you complete the training program, you’ll obtain your Class A commercial driver’s license (CDL) and be guaranteed a full-time driving position with C.R. England trucking company, complete with competitive pay and comprehensive benefits.

Benefits:

  • $0 Tuition Plan for students with a driving contract.
  • All your travel and hotel costs are covered.
  • Obtain your Class A CDL in only 17 days.
  • The ratio of students to instructors is usually only 4:1.
  • You are guaranteed a driving position for at least 1 year after graduating.
  • You will get paid $430 per week during the first 15,000 miles of training.
  • You will get paid $450 – $600 per week during your one-on-one 60-day on-the-road training.
  • No credit requirements and no co-signer required.
  • You will receive a $1000 discount if you pay your own tuition up-front.
  • If you stay with C.R. England trucking company for at least 3 years, you will receive a $1000 reimbursement.
  • Prepaid students who stay with C.R. England for 3 years also receive the $1000 reimbursement.
  • You’ll most likely operate newer equipment. Trucks are equipped with electronic logs. No APUs.
  • Company trucks are governed at 62 mph, lease trucks at 65 mph. There is no fuel bonus.
  • You can choose to remain a 2nd seat driver and still get paid 13 cents per mile.
  • Become a company driver and make 26 cents per mile and receive a raise yearly up to 42 cpm.
  • You’ll receive $20 per stop for all stops between the first and last stop.
  • You’ll receive $25 layover pay after 48 hours and motel accommodations after 72 hours.
  • You’ll receive full benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and health insurance.
  • After 1 year, you will be eligible for a 401(k) retirement savings plan.
  • After 1 year, you’ll receive 1 week of paid vacation. After 2 years, 2 weeks of paid vacation.
  • After 10 years, 3 weeks of paid vacation. After 15 years, 4 weeks of paid vacation.
  • You are allowed 1 passenger, 12 years of age and up, with approval and $100 yearly insurance payment.

Requirements:

  • You must be at least 21 years of age to apply.
  • Students ages 21 to 23 are required to have a clean driving record.
  • You must show your original Social Security Card (cannot be laminated).
  • You must have a valid U.S. passport if you plan on hauling freight in and out of Canada.
  • You must complete all parts of the application including 3 years of employment history.
  • You must have a good employment record.
  • Your driving record cannot have more than 2 administrative suspensions in the past 3 years.
  • Your driving record cannot have any reckless driving violations or license suspensions.
  • You cannot have more than 2 moving violations in the past year, or more than 3 in 3 years.
  • You cannot have any DUIs in the last 7 years.
  • You must undergo a full criminal history background check. Be honest and up-front about any convictions!
  • Any felonies you may have been convicted of must be 10 years of age or older.
  • You must be able to pass a DOT medical examination and a mandatory drug test.
  • You must have a blood pressure reading of 140/90 or less
  • You must have 20/40 vision or better.
  • You must have a horizontal field of vision rating of 80 degrees or more.
  • You must pay C.R. England $2995 in tuition with 18% interest, payroll deducted at $55 then $75  per week.
  • You must pay a non-refundable administrative fee of $50 upon entering the paid CDL training program.
  • You must pay a $30 DOT physical and drug test fee.
  • You will be required to pay for your own meals and basic living expenses during school.
  • You must pass a road test administered by the C.R. England trucking company.
  • You must be mentally and physically able to be away from home for at least 7 days at a time.
  • No pets are allowed inside company trucks.

C.R. England Truck Driving School*:

C.R. England
4701 W. 2100 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84120

*C.R. England truck driving schools are located all across the country.

C.R. England’s Truck Driving School Schedule

Week 1

Once you’re accepted into C.R. England’s truck driving school, you can expect to be there for 15 to 20 days, depending on which school you attend, of course. During the first week of C.R. England trucking school, you’ll spend all your time in the classroom, meeting your instructor and learning about the individual components of a tractor-trailer, truck systems, FMCSA safety regulations, state commercial driving laws, proper logging procedures, and more. Expect a minimum of 40 hours of classroom time (8 hours per day, 5 days a week).

Many company sponsored truck driving schools prefer that you obtain your commercial learner’s permit (CLP) in your home state before arriving at school. This is where C.R. England trucking company differs from most trucking companies when it comes to paid CDL training. They prefer that you obtain your CLP while you are in their C.R. England truck driving school.

You should be prepared to do homework assignments throughout the entire first week of the course. This will help prepare you for the CDL written exam which you will be required to pass in order to obtain your commercial learner’s permit (CLP). Once you obtain your CLP, you’ll then spend most of your time training on the lot, with a little bit of classroom training mixed in.

Week 2

On the training lot, you’ll share a truck with 4 to 6 other students and start training behind the wheel under the guidance of your instructor. You’ll practice the following:

  • Climbing into and out of the tractor
  • Clutching, accelerating, braking, and shifting gears
  • Coupling the tractor to the trailer
  • Uncoupling the tractor to the trailer
  • Inspecting both the tractor and the trailer
  • Turning the tractor-trailer
  • Backing up the tractor trailer
  • Docking the tractor trailer

Practicing these things will help prepare you for week 3 of the C.R. England training program, which is driving on the road under the supervision of your trainer. Please note, that this is a fast-paced course that is well-suited to those individuals who are good at learning skills in a short amount of time.

Week 3

During week 3 of the program, you’ll get some real-world driving experience as you learn how to maneuver the tractor-trailer through city streets and on rural roads, highways, and expressways in both light and heavy traffic. Be prepared to handle intersections, on-ramps, off-ramps, slight inclines, slight downgrades, and railroad crossings. Overall, you should expect to train behind the wheel of a truck for 10 to 15 days.

Once you finish the CDL training program at the C.R. England truck driving school, you’ll then be required to go through 30 days of over-the-road (OTR) training with a driver trainer and then 60 days of OTR training with an independent contractor. You are allowed to request a driver trainer who doesn’t smoke during the 30-day and 60-day OTR training period, if you wish.

Be sure to bring the following items with you to school:

  • Your original Social Security card (cannot be laminated).
  • Your birth certificate with raised seal (not required if you currently reside in Indiana).
  • Your current valid U.S. state driver’s license.
  • 2 government forms dated within the last 60 days that verify your current address.
  • $180 in cash to pay for the administrative fee, permit fees, and DOT physical/drug test fees.
  • Enough money to pay for food and basic living expenses for the next 30 days.
  • 7 days worth of clean clothes, including outdoor winter gear, if necessary.
  • Toiletries such as soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, a tooth brush, and a shaver.
  • Clean bath towels and wash cloths.
  • A pillow and a sleeping bag or twin-sized sheets and blankets.
  • An alarm clock, flashlight, sunglasses, pen and pencil, paper, and a calculator.
  • A voided/cancelled check or bank deposit slip in order to set up direct deposit (optional).

Remember that you will be training outdoors so, dress accordingly. Be aware that most company sponsored CDl schools do not allow sleeveless shirts, tank tops, flip-flops, sandals, or cowboy boots during training. We recommend bringing along a pair of work boots with non-slip soles.

OTR Training

During your over-the-road training, C.R. England trucking company will pair you up, one-on-one, with a certified driver trainer. Your trainer will observe and guide you from the passenger seat while you accumulate the required minimum of 15,000 miles behind the wheel time over a required minimum time period of 30 days. The truck will be dispatched as a team operation and you will be paid $430 per week which comes out to $61.43 per day.

Once you complete your 30-day OTR training, you will then be enrolled into the C.A.T. Program, which stands for Career Advancement Training. C.R. England will pair you up with an independent contractor, one-on-one, for 60 more days of OTR training. During this time, you will be shown how the lease operator program works as you and your finishing trainer are dispatched as a team. You will also graduate to a Second Seat Driver position, where you will make 12 cents per mile for every mile the truck is in operation. You will also receive pickup, drop off, and detention pay. You can expect to make between $450 to $600 per week.

Once you successfully complete your OTR training, C.R. England will then hire you on as a full-time truck driver. You will be assigned your own late-model truck and will begin driving solo. As a C.R. England trucking company driver, you will start out making 26 cents per mile. After 6 months, you’ll receive a 1 cent raise, increasing your wage to 27cpm. After 1 year, you will receive a 2 cent raise, making 29 cents per mile. From then on, as long as you remain a full-time driver with C.R. England, you will receive a 1cpm raise each year, up to a maximum of 42 cents per mile.

All full-time C.R. England truck drivers receive full medical, dental, and vision coverage 30 days after the first day of hire. Life insurance is also available after 6 months of full-time employment. After 1 year of employment, drivers are eligible to receive a 401(k) retirement savings plan. It is at this time that drivers also get paid vacation time.

Overall, here’s what you can expect when you sign up and get accepted into one of the C.R. England training schools sponsored by the C.R. England trucking company:

  • The tuition cost is $2995 for C.R. England truck driving school.
  • The length of the paid CDL training course is 15-20 days, depending on the location of the program.
  • You do not need to have your commercial learner’s permit (CLP) before singing up.
  • During the first week of school, you will study for and pass the CDL written tests.
  • After obtaining your CLP, you will then go through a mix of classroom and driver training.
  • You will receive approximately 40 hours of classroom instruction.
  • You can expect to train 10 to 12 hours a day as this is a fast-paced paid CDL training course.
  • The ratio of students to instructor is usually 4:1 but, may be 6:1 in rare cases.
  • You should expect to share a truck with 3 to 5 other students during lot training.
  • After 15-20 days, you will go through a 30-day training program, totaling 15,000 miles.
  • You will get paid $430 per week during the 30-day training program.
  • After the 30-day period, you will go through one-on-one road training as a 2nd seat driver.
  • You can request a personal trainer who doesn’t smoke during the over-the-road (OTR) training period.
  • You will get paid $450 to $600 a week during the 60-day training period.
  • You must pay a non-refundable $50 administration fee when you enter the program.
  • You must also pay a CDL Permit fee of $50 – $100 depending on the location.
  • You are required to pay a $30 fee to cover the DOT medical exam and drug test cost.
  • The $2995 tuition includes lodging and transportation but does not include meals.
  • Eagle Atlantic Financial Services will loan you the full $2995 with 18% interest.
  • You are not required to undergo a credit check or have someone co-sign your loan.
  • If you pay your own tuition up front, you will receive a $1000 discount.
  • C.R. England will deduct $55 from your weekly paycheck for a period of 18 weeks.
  • After 18 weeks, C.R. England trucking company will deduct $75 from your weekly pay until the loan is paid in full.
  • If you stay with C.R. England for at least 3 years, you will receive a $1000 reimbursement.
  • Pre-paid students who stay with C.R. England Trucking for 3 years also receive the $1000 reimbursement.

A major benefit of C.R. England’s paid training course is that they provide you with travel and hotel costs. If you have to travel from another city in order to get to a C.R. England school, they will charge you nothing when you sign a driving contract, and will provide you with top-quality company paid CDL training in only 17 days.

While C.R. England trucking company’s paid CDL training program has a lot going for it, there is one thing about the program that prospective students need to keep in mind before they sign the contract. With an interest rate of 18%, C.R. England’s financing for the schooling is not competitive when compared to the interest rate offered by other company sponsored CDL schools. Most credit cards don’t even charge 18%, unless your credit score is in the lower tier. In fact, the national average credit card interest rate is 15%. Government financial aid is even lower than that, with an average interest rate of 6 to 8%.

There is one other downside to the C.R. England paid training program. Unless you become an owner-operator, there is really no way to work off the cost of tuition so that your company sponsored CDL training becomes free. For example, let’s say you work full-time for C.R. England three consecutive years. At the end of that 3-year period, you’ve already paid 18% interest on the school loan and the reimbursement still leaves approximately $3150 total tuition cost.

With an emphasis on driver safety, C.R. England truck driving school will make sure that you get comprehensive truck driver training in the classroom, on the driving range, and on the road. Once you complete the training program, you’ll obtain your Class A commercial driver’s license (CDL) and be guaranteed a full-time driving position with C.R. England trucking company, complete with competitive pay and comprehensive benefits.

Benefits:

  • $0 Tuition Plan for students with a driving contract.
  • All your travel and hotel costs are covered.
  • Obtain your Class A CDL in only 17 days.
  • The ratio of students to instructors is usually only 4:1.
  • You are guaranteed a driving position for at least 1 year after graduating.
  • You will get paid $430 per week during the first 15,000 miles of training.
  • You will get paid $450 – $600 per week during your one-on-one 60-day on-the-road training.
  • No credit requirements and no co-signer required.
  • You will receive a $1000 discount if you pay your own tuition up-front.
  • If you stay with C.R. England trucking company for at least 3 years, you will receive a $1000 reimbursement.
  • Prepaid students who stay with C.R. England for 3 years also receive the $1000 reimbursement.
  • You’ll most likely operate newer equipment. Trucks are equipped with electronic logs. No APUs.
  • Company trucks are governed at 62 mph, lease trucks at 65 mph. There is no fuel bonus.
  • You can choose to remain a 2nd seat driver and still get paid 13 cents per mile.
  • Become a company driver and make 26 cents per mile and receive a raise yearly up to 42 cpm.
  • You’ll receive $20 per stop for all stops between the first and last stop.
  • You’ll receive $25 layover pay after 48 hours and motel accommodations after 72 hours.
  • You’ll receive full benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and health insurance.
  • After 1 year, you will be eligible for a 401(k) retirement savings plan.
  • After 1 year, you’ll receive 1 week of paid vacation. After 2 years, 2 weeks of paid vacation.
  • After 10 years, 3 weeks of paid vacation. After 15 years, 4 weeks of paid vacation.
  • You are allowed 1 passenger, 12 years of age and up, with approval and $100 yearly insurance payment.

Requirements:

  • You must be at least 21 years of age to apply.
  • Students ages 21 to 23 are required to have a clean driving record.
  • You must show your original Social Security Card (cannot be laminated).
  • You must have a valid U.S. passport if you plan on hauling freight in and out of Canada.
  • You must complete all parts of the application including 3 years of employment history.
  • You must have a good employment record.
  • Your driving record cannot have more than 2 administrative suspensions in the past 3 years.
  • Your driving record cannot have any reckless driving violations or license suspensions.
  • You cannot have more than 2 moving violations in the past year, or more than 3 in 3 years.
  • You cannot have any DUIs in the last 7 years.
  • You must undergo a full criminal history background check. Be honest and up-front about any convictions!
  • Any felonies you may have been convicted of must be 10 years of age or older.
  • You must be able to pass a DOT medical examination and a mandatory drug test.
  • You must have a blood pressure reading of 140/90 or less
  • You must have 20/40 vision or better.
  • You must have a horizontal field of vision rating of 80 degrees or more.
  • You must pay C.R. England $2995 in tuition with 18% interest, payroll deducted at $55 then $75  per week.
  • You must pay a non-refundable administrative fee of $50 upon entering the paid CDL training program.
  • You must pay a $30 DOT physical and drug test fee.
  • You will be required to pay for your own meals and basic living expenses during school.
  • You must pass a road test administered by the C.R. England trucking company.
  • You must be mentally and physically able to be away from home for at least 7 days at a time.
  • No pets are allowed inside company trucks.

C.R. England Truck Driving School*:

C.R. England
4701 W. 2100 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84120

*C.R. England truck driving schools are located all across the country.

Get Paid While You Train and Make $45,000 or More Your First Year with Paid CDL Training!

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Here’s what you can expect from the paid CDL training programs in our network:

  • Earn up to $500 Per Week While You Train
  • Top Quality CDL Training
  • Competitive Pay
  • Great Benefits
  • No Credit Check Required
  • Qualified Graduates Have a Job Waiting For Them

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