Below you will find our Commercial Driving License’s
A CDL Class A Vehical is one that weighs more than 26,000 lbs. and has a trailer that weighs more than 10,000 lbs. An Example is a Tractor Trailer. Once someone has a CDL Class A license then they can also drive any class B Vehicles.
CDL Class B vehicles are defined as any vehicle that weighs more than 26,000 lbs. and has no trailer or if there is a trailer it must weigh less than 10,000 lbs. Some examples are box trucks, dump trucks, garbage truck, and cement truck just to name a few.
CLASS B + PCDL
A CDL Class B + P Vehicle is one that weighs more than 26,000 lbs. and has a carrier with 16 or more passengers. An Example is a Passenger Bus. Once someone has a CDL Class B + P license then they can also drive any class B Vehicles.
Don’t know what CDL to obtain? Please watch this video to help you with your decision.
If you want to learn how to drive a truck the most important thing is to drive; waiting for your turn in line and watching someone else drive is not a good method for learning. At our school, you get to drive – there is no waiting in line and there is no sharing of trucks. In order to learn, you must do it. With our training method, we provide you with an opportunity to repeat the actions over and over again until you are successful. Repetition is the mother of all learning.