Most CDL school and trade school commercial driver’s license training programs are 160 hours and students enrolled full time are able to finish them in about a month. Trying to find the time to attend CDL classes while working a full-time job, however, can be a challenge. Fortunately, there are schools in our network that offer alternative training schedules.
Alternative training programs include:
Fill out the free application to connect with a truck driving school with night or weekend class options. Get the training you need to get an entry level truck driving job.
Go to trucking school and work a regular job too!
There are ways to attend truck driving school and study hard for your cdl tests, even if you work full-time.
If you work irregular hours and neither of the above options works for you, there’s still some hope for attending truck driving school. Consider the following:
Find Evening or Weekend Truck Driver Training in Your State
Are there Online CDL programs?
There are no completely online CDL programs currently available but some schools have part online programs. Depending on your location, other trade school programs with online options may be available. You can probably connect with night and weekend trade school classes too.
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