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Stevens Transport
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9757 Military Pkwy Dallas, TX 75227
9757 Military ParkwayUSTexasDallas75227
(972) 216-9000stevenstransport.com
Trucking Company, Freight Forwarding Service
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Founded as a family-owned and operated business, Stevens Transport has matured into North America's most reputable, responsive, and environmentally-conscious refrigerated transport carrier.
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"The recruiting department told me on the phone I would only have to pay 100 usd."
"This was a great training company."
"Go to one that can offer you weekly or bi weekly home time."
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Ed Mck
a month ago
I received my training here in 2007. Left when my year was up to drive for Crete Carriers. Had been routed home to be in court for a bankruptcy. I had sold my home and lived off the profit that year. Best thing could do was leave these people. I have earned more than my trainers every year since. I don't train, I drive coast to coast. I should get my 1st million in another couple years. I'm not pushing it. My house will be paid for next year, substantial down payment helped. Then ten more and I'm retiring. I've earned $425,000 while driving. Fifteen with Stevens, 7yrs at $50,000 then last year $60,000. Hard work now am saying. Hours you burn and it's like I've driven for 17 years, if worked 35+ hrs a week elsewhere. Wouldn't recommend it unless you're not married and haven't any children. I have $19,000 in my 401k. Company matches some. I save all I can. I sleep well now knowing I'm not living day to day. Pray all you can and hang in there. You'll be more than a steering wheel holder. VOTE TRUMP!
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William Johnson
5 months ago
I was very disappointed in the recruiting Department. I have a clean motor vehicle history, never any tickets or issues driving in over 31 years. I did have a fender scape in 2013, no police report, very minor in downtown Honolulu that I self admitted. While I applaud Stevens Standards, I do think it is overboard here. I am a Retired Soldier, dependable, healthy and ready to do something different. I just have to accept a different offer if I wish to drive.
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James Rutherford
4 months ago
This was a great training company. They taught me all the basic aspects of the trucking industry. Many don't realize this is the primary focus of its existence. Suck it up the hard times,save all your money for two years of solo time and then train the students. You will be successful in that order. By then you will know all the basic ins and outs of the way trucking is and you will be a good trainer after that. It takes a couple years to even get a grasp on it really well. Be patient with a good attitude and don't listen to the negativity on the yard. Use your time wisely asking good questions to the staff not wasting their time but asking how you can be the best at what you do. The Alliance program is good but wait until you are really ready and have a lot to teach. Remember if you were a pilot of a Boeing 747,could you teach someone how to fly it all over the world with only one year of experience. No. It takes time. Flashing $$$$$ on a chalk board of what you will make is just not its reality just yet. You be the judge. Most pilots have years of experience before training others. Would you trust the pilot in command with only one year of total driving experience to take you home? Last but not least, "there are few old pilots and very few bold pilots,but there no old bold pilots left". If you do not understand the quote,Google it.
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Steven Brown
in the last week
No experience necessary this company #1 is training and that training comes with a price plain and simple, if you don't motivate your self or hustle hard to make that dollar you will not make it, contract drivers have to hustle the most but does pay if done right
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Scott Jennings
3 months ago
My 2 star rating for Stevens Transport is based on post employment experience. I left Stevens Transport for two reasons. The first being that my family was going further into debt trying to survive day by day. My wife is an extremely responsible individual who can balance a check book with the best of them. The only thing I had to do was get the miles, and keep my fuel expenses down. I ran between 2800 to 3100 miles a week. My fuel costs were no more then a grand a week ( on the high end ). The problem is that a lot of my trips ended AFTER monday, causing me to have TWO LEASE PAYMENTS come out of one check. Didn't leave a lot for my family to survive on. There were many times where I went a few days without eating. Now, mind you, the going a few days without eating was by choice so that my family could eat/pay bills. My wife and I know that we weren't going to get rich off Stevens Transport. We just wanted to survive until I got the experience to work for a better paying company. My second complaint with Stevens Transport is that they didn't give me any chance to negotiate a repayment of the school loan after I left Stevens Transport. I got a call two to three weeks later from Will Rush and Associates telling me that I owed them $6900. I didn't have that money, so I asked for a payment arrangement. They agreed and said the arrangement would be to pay 40% that day and then $250 a month after that. I told them I couldn't afford that. They said I need to go borrow money from friends or family in order to come up with the money or they were going to file a lien against my CDL ( which is completely illegal, as the debt isn't a federal student loan ). I told them I wasn't going to beg family or friends for money. They said I had until Friday to come up with the money or they were going to file the lien ( just a scare tactic for the uniformed ). Will Rush & Associates then stated I was refusing to repay the loan because I told them I couldn't afford their repayment plan. I called Stevens Transport asking for a better repayment plan, they said it was out of their hands ( it's not. Legally, I only have to deal with Stevens Transport ) and that the firm they use is extremely aggressive ( duh! learned that myself ). Anyways, here I sit, six months after leaving them, and awaiting on complaints to be resolved by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Federal Trade Commission. People out there, be aware, if you go through stevens transport, either suck it up for 3 years ( which it takes to pay off the loan, not 1 like they promote ) or penny pinch while saving money to pay off the loan if you want to leave sooner. Avoid the headache I'm dealing with at all costs. Again, for you defenders of Stevens Transport, I never argued paying them back. I just want a reasonable repayment plan. So take your insults against me and shove it.
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MediaMindControl
4 months ago
Driver School Mill - constant 50 students in one door and 50 drivers out the other, low pay - recent class action. TWC student scam operation. After being paid, their fake attorney (collection agency) kept calling for more money. Relentless, shady and DAC report destroyers over nothing that has to do with driving on the roads. They 'get even', if you quit. One instance was forced to drive out of hours of service - complained and they turned that into a complaint about the driver. Like I said when you have had enough of Stevens Transport they will try to ruin your future ability to get a driver job - they think they own you, even after they got paid nearly $5,000.00 for the training. The company is a driver mill and cares nothing about the driver after you hit the road. Trainers are abusive and dispatch is bad - If you complain - they get real bad and all part of their 'driver mill' business model. I just wonder which commissioner with the TWC is getting the golfing perks and free vacations for keeping their cheap labor scam alive? Beware of the comments with 5 stars - one "J Rutherford was created by Stevens on their G+ account - total fake. Another one of them is not even in a Stevens Truck (no red seats or red seat belts at ST) - it's fake just like their promises to make up to $59,000.00 per year LOL you will never make hardly enough to pay your car note or eat, much less keep your wife from leaving you for Jim Bob or Cedris McSmack Da Cracka. Get a local job instead and stay married.
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Angle Lebron
3 months ago
Very poor management never go on your 3 week training with a owner operator they are very rude and made me feel uncomfortable sad I waste over 3 weeks off my time wish u never choose this school please make sure uvwant to go there not a good company ..... Also the onwer kids who are the boss there don't help out with nothing won't even her u out if it's a problem place sucks
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Raul Arrez
8 months ago
Wish they would have run a full background check on me when I gave them all my information of past arrest. Scott young the recuciter insured me that I meet qualifications. 4th day in I was told by human resources that I could not be hired... (I know wasn't mad more sad and crushed). Reality sunk in, I will try to get my cdl some other way. It's a serious thing this is my life. Living arrangements, what do you expect they pay 15$ for a hotel. Yeah, expect the worst... this whole experience I'll have to take it and accept it. Move on....
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