I’m sure this isn’t the first post about this but I searched a few times and didn’t find much. So let me begin. I just got hired on for a Seasonal Feeder Driver spot. I am basically a brand new CDL-A driver. I just got out of the Army and got my license while I was in. I’ve driven for a few weeks at another company and maybe 20k miles during my 5 years in the Army but all of that was not Class A stuff. So as expected I ain’t exactly Picasso Behring the wheel. I did my road test/interview. I drove as expected. Like dog . But I was safe. Clutched by the numbers and kept my lane and follow distances. Granted I stalled the truck 3 ing times. Somehow they liked me enough to let me go embarrass myself during my one week of Feeder training. Anyway I am leaving the company I work for now and go to my single week of Feeder training soon. Considering if I don’t pass the final road test after that week and I currently am as stated above more or less a new driver and thus dog . What can I do to maximize the week of training? Only one week to learn the Big Brown Way worries me. I started memorizing word for word the 10 Point Commentary. Anything else I can do to make my life easier during Feeder Driver training? I really would prefer my tenure at Big Brown being longer then a week.