Learn about North Carolina truck driver training and connect with the best CDL schools in NC!
Find North Carolina CDL training schools 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.
Use the application to connect with a CDL school in North Carolina and start training for your NC truck driving job.
522 North Old Carriage Rd. Rocky Mount, NC 27804
Sage Truck Driving School is a top trucking school with a campus located in Rocky Mount, NC. 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 CDL school and you can connect with them by using the application.
1000 South Clinton Ave. Dunn, NC 28335
Roadmaster is a top trucking school with a campus located in Dunn, NC. Some benefits of taking CDL classes at Roadmaster include:
Tuition Reimbursement – In one month, you can start a career as a professional truck driver by training at Roadmaster Drivers School. The trucking carriers that recruit from Roadmaster may offer up to 100% Tuition Reimbursement.
Financing – Roadmaster offers in-house financing to students who qualify. This helps cover the cost of tuition. Roadmaster’s team works with students with all types of credit histories to try to help them pay for school.
Roadmaster is a partner CDL training school and you can connect with them by using the application.
Miller Motte College truck driver training programs include in the classroom and behind the wheel instruction. Financial aid assistance is available to students who qualify.
Miller Motte College is a partner CDL training school and you can connect with them by using the application.
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How much does CDL school cost in North Carolina? – The average cost of CDL training in North Carolina will be about 4-5,000 dollars. Though the price can range from between $2,500 to about $7,500. This excludes GI Bill eligibility or other financial aid you may be eligible for. Read about financial aid for truck driving school for more.
How long does it take to get CDL in NC? – CDL Class-A training programs in North Carolina normally take 2 to 3 months to complete. If you take night and weekend classes it can take a little longer to finish your CDL training.
How do I get my CDL in North Carolina? – To get your CDL in North Carolina you must get a learners permit which is is valid for 180 days and is eligible for one renewal.
At time of application you must certify that your license is not suspended, disqualified or revoked. You may also not hold more than one driver license. Visit Applying for a Commercial Drivers License in NC for more.
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Search truck driver jobs in North Carolina like entry level Class A tractor trailer, local, regional, and long haul driver.
You can search for trade school programs like diesel mechanic, electrical, and AC repair technician, they’re available at some North Carolina schools.
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