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Find a CDL training school in Texas with program options like Class-A tractor trailer and Class-B truck or 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 Texas

Jobs with Paid Training in Texas

CDL-A Truck Driver – No Experience – Paid Training


TMC is hiring entry level CDL A truck drivers near Houston, TX.

No CDL? No Problem! TMC is hiring entry level CDL-A truck drivers near Houston, TX. Get paid while you train.


  • Average earnings up to $1,350 – $1,600 a week!
  • Home Weekends
  • Medical Insurance (medical, health, vision, dental)
  • Latest Model Peterbilt Equipment

No Out of Pocket Costs for Training

Despite being one of the top quality training programs, TMC does not require students to pay up front. A commitment to drive for TMC for at least one year allows you the opportunity to get your CDL without the burden of tuition. You will have transportation to our facilities, housing, and some meals covered for you. During the entire training process, you receive $500 per week.

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Answers to Common Questions About Texas CDL Training

How Much is Truck Driver Training in Texas?

The price of CDL school in Texas can range from between $1,800 to about $8,000. Your average cost will be about 4-5,000 dollars. This excludes GI Bill eligibility and other cost cutting measures. Read about financial aid for truck driving school.

How Long Does Texas Truck Driver Training Take?

Texas CDL Class-A training generally takes 2 to 3 months to complete. 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 a Texas CDL License?

The CDL-A fee is $97.00 in Texas and it’s good for 8 years. Visit the Texas driver’s license fees page for the most updated information.

New Entry Level Requirements in Texas

“Certain drivers are subject to ELDT requirements, CFR 49 380 Subpart F, and must complete training mandated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).” Read How to apply for a CDL in Texas.

Find A School Near Your Texas City

Apply and get info from CDL training schools in Texas with job placement services and financial aid assistance for students who qualify. There are no all-online Texas CDL courses currently available but some schools have part-online programs or night and weekend classes.

Find a Texas Trucking Job After School!

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

Other Training Options in Texas

You can search for trade school programs like diesel mechanic, HVAC and electrical, they’re available in some Texas locations.

Go to: Texas Trade Schools