If you live in Illinois and want to earn your Commercial Driver's License (CDL), you're probably wondering where to begin. In order to get a CDL you'll have to pass a detailed driving exam, and a written test with at least 80% correct answers. Driving a truck is an important job that can often be difficult. In order to safely and successfully begin your career, it's a good idea to get your training from the pros.

160 Driving Academy will prepare you for your exam with 160 hours of training in the classroom and behind the wheel. You'll learn everything you need to know to pass your written test with ease. When it comes to driving, we believe that the best strategy is lots of practice. After 4 weeks with 40 hours of training a week, you'll be ready to take your exam. Here's how to get a CDL with 160:

  • 40 Hours of Classroom Training
  • 120 Hours Behind the Wheel, Driving on Local and Interstate Roads

Our instructors will work with you individually to make sure you're 100% prepared for your exam. It's that simple – and for most of our students, tuition is reimbursed by their new employer!

Don't delay a great career decision any longer, and call now or fill out our online form to get started. Check out our Facebook for more information on our classes!

Truck Driving Classes Throughout Midwest

Stop thinking about obtaining your CDL and get started on your career path today. With locations serving all of Illinois and Michigan, 160 Driving Academy will provide you with the knowledge and skills needed be the best driver you can be. Although our institutions are only located in two states, we’ve taught students throughout the entire Midwest. People from St. Louis, Milwaukee and other major cities in the region have traveled long distances to attend our courses and make the first step towards getting a commercial driver’s license. If needed, we’ll provide travel arrangements to the location nearest to you. We’re also adding new locations, so a 160 Driving Academy might be popping up near your hometown in the near future.