If you're looking for a new career that offers high pay and plenty of opportunity for advancement, look no further than 160 Driving Academy! 160 Driving Academy is a trucking school that serves students throughout the entire Midwest. We help prepare students for their Commercial Driver's License (CDL) exams with 40 hours of classroom instruction and 120 hours of training behind the wheel.
Pursuing a truck driving career is a wise investment. When you pass your CDL exam, many major commercial trucking companies will cover 100% of your tuition. You will be qualified for jobs with starting salaries of at least $40,000 right away—with zero training-related debt to drag you down. Read on to learn more about the amazing opportunities a truck driving career will offer you!
Truck Driving Career Opportunities
When you take classes with 160 Driving Academy, you will be qualified for jobs with a $40,000 starting salary. We work with many major U.S. trucking companies who are willing to sponsor tuition and hire new drivers. A truck driving career can take you places, both in terms of travel and pay opportunities. Several of the many benefits of a trucking career include:
- The average commercial truck driver makes $54,000 a year
- Hazardous Materials (HazMat) or double/triple trailer drivers make more...
- ...and many specialized drivers earn over $100,000 a year!
- You'll have the opportunity to travel around the country for free!
Starting a truck driving career doesn't have to be time-consuming or expensive when you go with 160 Driving Academy. You’ll be ready to take your test after four 40-hour weeks of instruction—and for many students, at no cost at all! We have 25+ driving schools across the entire Midwest, allowing you to select a convenient location and commute to school every day.
Give us a call today or fill out our registration form for more information on your best career decision yet! You can also check out our Facebook to see some of our recent graduates, or contact us to choose your training at any one of our dozens of Midwest school locations.