Are you looking for a long-term career path that can support you and your family for decades to come? With consumer demand at all-time highs, the trucking industry is busier than ever, so it’s no wonder that the need for professional drivers is higher than it's ever been. Also, with salaries starting at an average of $50,340, there’s never been a better time to get started as a commercial driver.
However, before you can hit the road, you first must pass a commercial driver’s license exam. While the CDL exam can be daunting, ensuring only well-qualified commercial drivers is in everyone’s best interest. But getting your CDL doesn’t have to be a stressful experience. The experienced instructors at 160 Driving Academy are here to help prepare you to ace your exam and launch your new career.
Our Topeka trucking school is proud to offer:
- CDL Training
- CDL Class A Certification
- CDL Test Prep & Refresher Course
Topeka Trucking School
Our truck drivers school offers a remarkable 160 hours of CDL training to each student. First, you’ll spend one forty-hour week receiving vital classroom instruction that will teach you how the rules of the road apply to the trucking industry. This high-quality instructional time with our experienced teacher is designed to fully prepare you for the written portion of the exam. Then you’ll spend the remaining three weeks of the program receiving one-on-one, behind-the-wheel training that includes time practicing on local roads, highways, and interstates.
With a Class-A CDL license, you’ll be able to operate a wide variety of commercial vehicles, including the tractor-trailers that keep our nation’s important goods on the shelves. Increase your options and double or even triple your earning potential with our CDL Class-A training. In fact, after gaining additional experience, some Class-A drivers with endorsements find they can earn six-figure salaries!
Prepare for a Successful CDL Exam
In order to legally work as a driver in the trucking industry, you first must obtain a Class-A Commercial Driver’s License by completing the CDL exam. Our experienced Topeka instructors take the time to thoroughly prepare each student so they can perform their best on the CDL Exam.
To take the CDL exam for an unrestricted interstate CDL license, you must:
- A Minimum of 21 Years of Age
- A Valid Driver’s License
- A Valid Social Security Card
- Be Able to Pass a Physical with a Medical Examiner
Start Your New Career Today
Our instructors are committed to you and will provide you with the training and trucking classes you need to begin your new career. So, if you’re ready to take the first step toward a rewarding role in the trucking industry, then call our Topeka CDL school today or use our online form to register for classes.