CDL Training Resources
We get a lot of questions about CDL training, usually about things that people need to know before they embark on their own truck driver training. CDLTrainingToday.com has brought together a comprehensive list of CDL training questions and answers to help you decide if becoming a truck driver is right for you.
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How Long Is CDL Training?
This is one of the most common CDL training questions we are asked. Each state is responsible for regulating the requirements in order to obtain a Class A CDL. Some states set specific guidelines for how long training should last and how many hours of classroom and on the road instruction should be included in the CDL training curriculum. Other states do not set such guidelines and allow the truck driver training schools themselves determine the appropriate length of training. Read more >>
How Much Is CDL Training?
Some people opt for a traditional university degree, often times putting themselves tens of thousands of dollars in debt with student loans. Another downside to the traditional college career path is the time it takes to really start earning. Even after 4-5 years spent completing a degree, most entry-level programs for recent college graduates is around $30,000. In just a few short weeks you can be in a new career earning a real salary, for much less than you think. Read more >>
How Hard Is CDL Training?
A lot of people choose not to attend CDL training because they are worried that driving a truck will be too hard, or that the written CDL exam will be too complex for them to pass. Like all things in life, we believe that the best way to learn is by doing. Our CDL training programs consist of a thorough, in-depth classroom review of the skills and knowledge base you will need to pass the written exam, and a driving course that will give you the confidence and road skills necessary to enjoy a safe and rewarding career as a truck driver. Read more >>
Job Placement After CDL Training
We don’t just train our students to obtain a Class A CDL, we prepare them for successful truck driving careers with reputable companies across the United States. Some of our partner carriers include Werner Enterprises, Covenant Transport and Swift Transportation, among many others. Our in-depth CDL training curriculum is based on the standards and organizational needs of our partner carriers to ensure you have an opportunity to obtain some of the best truck driving positions available. Read more >>