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You Can Get Your CDL On The Weekends

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Thursday, May 11, 2017

If you want a new career, want to increase your income and you are looking to excel in a prosperous industry? Then Commercial truck driving is for you.  We understand that everyone has different schedules, that’s why we are here to help you get your Commercial Driver’s License with our weekend classes. We offer multiple CDL programs where you can choose from.

Due to the commercial driver shortage, there are endless position available for you to apply, but in order for you to drive a commercial vehicle, you must have your Commercial Driver’s License. As a result, you need to meet the requirements to attain your CDL, then you need to pass your exams.

Our commercial driving training sets you up for a prosperous career in the transportation industry. Therefore, you will be a valuable driver for major trucking companies. Most trucking companies offer great incentives, benefits and other perks for their new truck drivers. For example:

  • Paid vacation
  • Job security
  • 401k
  • Medical insurance
  • Mileage bonuses
  • Flexible schedules, and many others

We understand you have a busy week and that night classes are impossible. Our weekend program covers the same material as our regular programs.

Our weekend courses are on Saturdays and Sundays from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm, and the length of the program is about 160 hours including behind-the-wheel training and classroom-style instruction. In case you need additional help or more training time; we are here to help you achieve your CDL.

 

I graduated your school during the summer of 2012 and landed a local driving job immediately and haven't looked back since. My life is back on track after being laid off in early 2012 and I'm on target to make over $75,000 this year. Again, thank you for the new skill. I just learned that truck drivers are more in the demand than ever as rules, laws, and regulations get more challenging, along with the next generation of truck drivers starting to retire creating a big hole in the industry.

Thank you All for Everything