A Commercial Driver’s License, or CDL, allows Driver’s over the age of 21 to drive vehicles such as commercial trucks that pull trailers on public roads and across state lines.
Do you want a career as a professional truck driver? With the help of CDL Training Today, you can earn your class A or B commercial driver’s license. Learn about schools with, job placement, financial aid and (company sponsored) paid CDL training.
Short answer: “it depends on your State”. Longer: Depending on class structure, most CDL training programs last from 3 to 12 weeks. A 3 week course would be fast track with daytime schedule and a 12 week course would be part time weekend classes.
Find CDL training near you, anywhere in the US. Our network of local CDL training schools stretches from sea to shining sea.Find A School >
Partner carriers include Werner, Covenant, TMC Transportation, USA Truck, H.O. Wolding, Roehl Transport, U.S. Express, and Swift Transportation.Job Placement Info >
Begin studying for your CDL exams before you ever step foot in the classroom. Use our free resources as your CDL study guide.CDL Study Guide >
Financial aid for truck driving schools, an overview of the some of the financial aid options you can explore with a career adviser at your local truck driving school.Financial Aid Info >
Pass the written CDL exam, ace the CDL skills test and gain your CDL license with confidence. You can better prepare for your trucking education by studying your state CDL manual.CDL Manuals >
CDL Training Today connects you with not only training schools but companies hiring drivers of all skill levels. From those with no experience right out of school to the most experienced.CDL Jobs Info >
During a CDL pre-trip inspection, truckers inspect many aspects of their commercial vehicle, including the overall truck safety.Resources >
There are schools that offer alternative training schedules, including evening, night & weekend CDL programs.Learn More >