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Your path to becoming a commercial driver

$3,500 Course Fee
(limited time offer!)

As of February 7th, 2022, all individuals seeking to obtain a Class A CDL are subject to the Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) regulations by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). This means you must complete formal training consisting of classroom training and behind-the-wheel training by an approved training provider. The FMCSA has published a list of qualified training providers through a database called the Training Provider Registry (TPR). CDL Truck Driving School is listed on the TPR and meets all ELDT requirements.


Our classroom is a combination of online and face-to-face training. There are 30 topics covered ranging from pre-trip and post-trip inspections to night operation and drug/alcohol. Students will be given multiple tests throughout and must achieve an overall minimum score of 80% to show proficiency.

Range & On The Road

The behind-the-wheel range and  on-the-road training is where students start applying the lessons learned in the classroom. They will be conducting pre-trip and post-trip inspections. They will also be responsible for mastering various parking and backing techniques with the truck and trailer. Students will become familiarized with all the different vehicle controls. Each student will be taken on a variety of routes on local roads and highways. This exposes the students to a wide variety of situations that may arise while on the job. Our goal is not to simply help students "obtain" their CDL. We want them to be fully trained and equipped to handle the demands of being a CDL Class A driver.


Training Days & Hours

Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm for 3 weeks.

All students are required to come each day for the full time. This way our students can complete the program within only a few weeks and be on their way to reaping the rewards of their investment!

We ensure job placement after you get your CDL!

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