A Guide to America Truck Driving School’s Programs

  • A Guide to America Truck Driving School’s Programs

    A Guide to America Truck Driving School’s Programs

    At America Truck Driving School, we are prepared to meet each one of our students’ unique educational needs. Whether you are completely new to the trucking industry, a truck driving veteran who’s looking to restart your career, or somewhere in between, America Truck Driving School has a program for you. Read on for a complete breakdown of our instructional programs, prerequisites, and procedures.

    Licensing Programs:
    America Truck Driving School offers every combination of trucking licensing possible. If the license exists, we cover it. More than that, we help you every step of the way, from the DOT physical and written test to the DMV driving test. Our most commonly requested licenses include:

    Commercial Class B (with and without passenger endorsement): This license allows you to drive buses, farm vehicles, triple axle vehicles over 6,000 pounds, and vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 26,000 pounds or more. With a commercial class B license, you can tow a vehicle below 10,000 pounds GVWR.

    Commercial Class A (with and without passenger endorsement): This is the most flexible commercial license available, which allows you to drive all vehicles covered in classes B and C. This also allows you to tow vehicles with a GVWR of 10,000 pounds or more.

    Our Prerequisites:
    Before applying to one of our programs, you must meet a handful of prerequisites. This helps ensure that you’re ready to start your driving courses. To apply, you must:

    • Be at least 18 years old (21 for interstate driving)
    • Possess an acceptable driving record
    • Possess a valid driver’s license
    • Possess a social security card*
    • Possess a high school diploma or GED**
    • Undergo a physical examination
    • Pass a drug test

    *America Truck Driving School does not accept students from outside the United States of America.
    **Students who apply without a high school diploma or GED must successfully complete an Ability to Benefit examination.

    At America Truck Driving School, we’ve put procedures in place that ensure a clear, concise, and well-organized experience for our students. By clearing learning obstacles, we can place our emphasis on instruction and student needs. These learning procedures include the following:

    • Training programs are taught exclusively in English, per federal testing guidelines.
    • Instruction is in-residence only.
    • Our facility allows for a maximum of 30 students at any given time.
    • Once you have completed all requirements for your chosen course of study, you will receive the appropriate diploma or certificate.

    Ready to start your truck driving career? Contact America Truck Driving School today to get enrolled in one our programs!

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