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The Director Bonnie Babcock is the worst person. She treats her staff with disrespect and talks down to them. She has no idea what what she is doing. Has no experience in directing a CDL school. The students hate having to deal with her and will rather just not talk to her. Bonnie Babcock should be fired!!! Read more

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The ladies who work there are made up of drama. The instructors are so tired of the same Ole same ole, they forget to teach most of the students proper pre-trip. If you are a feel sorry case they give you as many chances to re-take your test. If your not they tell you that you need to pay 350.00 to retake it! I personally feel that the receptionist, conducted herself unprofessional. You don't disclose personal information to any students about... Read more

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my experiance with sage trucking school is different and really unfair.unfortunatly the maneger of the school in UT hate the muslims first when i haer that from my freind i couldn't belive but when i was their i hear she was talking about muslim with other tester teacher named DAV they didnot let us pass the test for 5 times so my advice for any muslim DONOT go to this school

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Their director is a joke. She seriously has no clue about anything to do with driving truck. She is an absolute *** and makes the entire company look ***. The chick has been fired from every job she ever had and has a driving record from ***. Yet she is their director!! She argues, and talks down to people in there that have worked a lot longer than her. She really thinks she is something special. She did not get hired for her experience or... Read more

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I just finished sage in san Antonio Texas, they met all of my expectations and help me acquire my cdl.They can only teach you ,but you have to apply yourself to learn. They are not your momma and daddy so you have to man up and make yourself learn. I can say nothing bad about them because they taught me and I am not the smartest person in the cart. If you have spare time then study instead of TV or drinking, if you take training seriously you... Read more

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Ft. Pierce Sage staff and instructors rock solid. One on One training. Rotating field driving instructors. A+ school. Very thorough classroom teaching. Always focus on safety at all times. Had a job waiting for me upon successful completion. I did well on my new company’s check ride along. I just passed the HAZMAT as well. Happy Holidays to all….. Ft. Pierce Sage staff and instructors rock solid. One on One training. Rotating field driving... Read more

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I went to Sage Truck Driving School back in 2004 in Blackfoot, Idaho. The people were nice enough but it was really kind of a joke, I had been driving a strait truck for years prior to this but never any 18 wheel, after the class I still can't back one of those suckers up (let's say to a loading dock) to save my life!! You really should do some more one on one training with the individual and focus on the problems that he or she are having. The... Read more

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I have been in small business for over 20 years as an owner, providing financial services. Wanted to change careers and do something on my own after a divorce. Looked at roadmaster and SAGE, trying to find the best truck school I could in San Antonio. Money was not an issue for me. I had high standards - I wanted a school that really trained me to be a safe driver and helped me get the best job. Roadmaster was a very hard financial sales... Read more

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Went for a driving test. I had a CDL for 30 years and have driven many miles, but amazingly, I don't know what I'm doing and now have to have at least 2 hours training. That probably won't be enough. I'll fail again and have to have MORE training. They have control and will not pass you until you pay them enough. The reasons for the fail are ridiculous and have no bearing on my driving ability. I've never had an accident, so it seems I... Read more

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Sage is a great school here in Caldwell,Idaho.as with anything it has its downs...first is it is only a basic course to get the Cdl.you won't be taught how to go up and down steep grades,or use the Jake break to assist you...you are taught how to park the truck,drive the truck on open rural roads,and the laws...the drive portion isn't anywhere near enough to get you comfortable in the truck and confident in your ability to drive...you are... Read more

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