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Learn about Connecticut truck driver training and search the best CDL schools in CT!

Find CDL training schools in Connecticut with program options like Class-A tractor trailer and Class-B truck or bus driver. Get information about commercial driver’s license endorsements training too like passenger, tanker truck, and HAZMAT.

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CDL Training Schools in Connecticut


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New England Tractor Training School has campus locations in Bridgeport and Somers, CT. Their CDL programs include classroom and on-the-road training. They offer a wide range of services from financial aid to placement assistance with major trucking companies.

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Connecticut CDL Training FAQs

How Long Does Connecticut Truck Driver Training Take?

CDL Class-A training in Connecticut generally takes 1 to 3 months to finish. That’s for students going to CDL school full time. If you take night and weekend classes it may take a little longer to complete school.

How Much is CDL Training in Connecticut?

The price of CDL school in Connecticut can range from between $2,000 to about $8,000. The average cost will be about 4-5,000 dollars. This excludes GI Bill eligibility or other financial aid you may apply for. Read about financial aid for truck driving school.

How Much is a Connecticut CDL License?

The CDL-A fee is $70.00 in Connecticut. Visit the Connecticut driver’s license fees page for the most updated information.

Find a Connecticut Trucking Job After School!

Search Connecticut CDL jobs for local delivery, regional route, and OTR long haul trucking jobs. Some companies even offer jobs with paid training.

Other Training Options in Connecticut

You can search for trade school programs like diesel mechanic, aircraft mechanic, and HVAC technician, they’re available at some Connecticut schools.

Go to: Connecticut Trade Schools