I do think it speaks well of Roehl that they pay you while you go to their CDL school. Virtually no other companies do that. Some people trying to get in the industry cannot go without a paycheck for a few weeks. Of course, you are obligated to stay within them, probably for 1 years, but that’s a common and reasonable requirement. I really would not work somewhere unless I was sure I could stay for 1 year. It’s VERY common to leave your first trucking company after 1 year. You don’t really know what works or doesn’t work for you in this job until you do this job.
I think they have several divisions including flatbed and dry van.