At our CDL school, students are immersed with comprehensive training and practice to be successful behind the wheel.
Our Class A license school prepares students to be able to drive a Class A vehicle — such as a semi-tractor or a trailer — throughout the U.S. Class A licenses entitle drivers to operate a gross vehicle weight rating, or GVWR, of 26,001 pounds or more and haul a trailer weighing 10,000 pounds or more.
Obtaining a Class A license is one of the most practical and popular licenses for new drivers.
Before obtaining a CDL in the United States of America, applicants must first obtain a Commercial Learner’s Permit. Permitting is usually free, but confirm with your State’s DMV about any additional charges.GET STARTED
A Class B CDL permits a driver to operate a vehicle weighing 26,001 pounds or more without a trailer.
Drivers can also operate any vehicle towing a trailer that weighs less than 10,000 pounds.
Class B CDL is designed for students who need to drive “straight trucks,” including large buses, dump trucks, segmented buses and box trucks.
Class B CDLs are ideal for drivers who want to work in a more narrow geographic scope, such as a particular metro area or state.
Take the first step and reach out to our team for more information on our CDL classes, including current scholarships available to make hitting the road more affordable.GET STARTED