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Learn about Indiana truck driver training and search the best CDL schools!

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

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CDL Training Schools in Indiana

Partner Schools

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Premier Truck Driving School – 600 Vale Park Rd. Valparaiso, IN 46383

SAGE Indiana Locations

  • 3049 Chief Ln. Indianapolis, IN 46241
  • 4301 South Cowan Rd. Muncie, IN 47302

Sage Truck Driving School is a top trucking school with 2 campus locations in the State of Indiana. These campuses are located in Indianapolis and Muncie. Their CDL training program includes 150 hours of instruction (44 one-student-per-truck driving hours) and it takes 4-5 weeks to complete.

Sage is a partner school and you can connect with them by using the application.

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Indiana CDL Training FAQs

How Long Does Indiana Truck Driver Training Take?

CDL Class-A training in Indiana normally takes 2 to 3 months to complete, though some programs can take as little as 1 month 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 finish school.

How Much is CDL Training in Indiana?

The price of CDL school in Indiana will average about 4-5,000 dollars, though it can range from between $1,800 to about $7,000. 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 Indiana CDL License?

The CDL-A fee is $35.00 in Indiana. Visit the Indiana commercial driver’s license overview page for official information.

CDL Skills Testing Requirements in Indiana

All new commercial driver license (CDL) applicants and those applying for certain CDL upgrades must be listed in the federal Training Provider Registry as having completed an approved Entry Level Driver Training (ELDT) program before being allowed to complete skills testing.

Read: Obtaining a Commercial Learner’s Permit IN.gov

Find an Indiana Trucking Job After School!

Search driver job listings in Indiana like Class A and Class B, local, regional, and long haul driver.

Other Training Options in Indiana

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

Go to: Indiana Trade Schools