An accelerated program covers all things required to obtain your CDL, including: industry standards, C.R. England equipment education, drive and backing time, and other valuable trucking skills.
You can operate any combination of vehicles with a GCWR of 26,001 if the vehicle you’re towing weighs more than 10,000 pounds.
You can operate a single vehicle with a GVWR of 26,001 or more pounds; you can operate any such vehicle towing another vehicle weighing fewer than 10,000 GVWR.
"Got my class A from The CDL School and drove tractor trailer for a bit then landed my career making good money!"
5.0 star rating 10/30/2016
Great school, lead instructor Ed is great can teach anyone to drive, trucks are nice except one of the really old ones.. But you can't expect to teach people on brand new trucks.. When you take the course, show up on time be prepared to learn, if you listen they can teach you everything quickly and you will be driving in no time!
5.0 star rating 11/21/2015
"Me and my team driver Khaled are now working for US express. Thanks a lot CDL school."
5.0 star rating 10/27/2016
"My new carrier start from here THE CDL SCHOOL i join Schneider national thank you for everything!"
5.0 star rating 11/21/2016
In 1991 The Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act, of 1986 was implemented in all 50 United States. This act standardized the testing and qualification parameters for all commercial motor vehicle operators. The Commercial Driver’s License School, Inc. (The CDL School) was founded in 1991. Its founders recognized the role that education would play providing professionally trained individuals for a rapidly developing transportation industry. Since this time the school has drawn upon its lineage, which dates back to 1963 to provide high-quality, industry relevant, and effective commercial driving education programs and services. Since 1991 The CDL School has grown by offering programs that address the needs of all students. The CDL School is proud of its history and more importantly of the thousands of graduates who are fulfilling a productive role in the transportation industry. In 2012 The CDL School in conjunction with its partner employers created the successful Troops Into Transportation program. The program’s goal is to provide Job placement and CDL training and credentialing to the thousands of service members who exit and retire each year. This program has been and will continue to be successful as we expand to other military installations around the USA and the world.