A Solution in Time of Need
According to the United States Census Bureau, more than 3.5 million people work as truck drivers. These truck drivers support nearly every industry in the US, delivering produce, clothing, paper products, building materials, vehicles, and hazardous substances to every corner of the country.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the trucking industry in numerous ways. Demand for trucking has increased in certain areas, such as hauling for produce, placing an even greater strain on the transportation industry. Today, like never before, truck drivers are helping to meet the needs of American businesses and consumers.
At American Truck Driving School, we are proud to be a part of the solution. Our students are trained by experienced instructors who understand the unique requirements and challenges of driving a truck and working in the industry. Every student receives a custom-tailored program designed to help them meet their unique goals.
Students can obtain any combination of licenses, which include but are not limited to:
- Class A
- Class A w/ Passenger Endorsement
- Class B
- Class B w/ Passenger Endorsement
- All Endorsements
When students enroll at the American Truck Driving School, they are supported at every step of the process; from the DOT physical and written test, to the behind-the-wheel driving test at the DMV. We are committed to helping students develop the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in the trucking industry.
California DMV Reopening
As of June 11, California DMV offices have reopened to allow drivers to obtain commercial permits. Once American Truck Driving students have obtained their permit, they will be sent to a third party for a behind-the-wheel driving test. We have seen great success with this option and will continue to offer this to our students.
Now is the time to make that first step towards a career in the trucking industry by obtaining a commercial license. Regardless of how long the COVID-19 pandemic will last, trucking will always be an essential part of the US economy and the American Truck Driving School will remain dedicated to supporting the future of the US trucking industry.