Before you're able to drive a commercial truck, you'll need CDL training to prepare for the test. 160 Driving Academy offers the affordably priced, individualized instruction you need to pass your exam with flying colors and begin your career.
So first of all, what does Commercial Driver's License (CDL) training consist of, and what will you be doing on a day-to-day basis in our four-week class? Training for the CDL can be completed in four 40-hour weeks. Your hours will be split between the following:
- Classroom Instruction
The classroom portion takes up one-quarter of our four-week course and will teach you the rules and regulations of truck driving. In the classroom, you will receive all the information you need to pass the written portion of the Class A CDL exam.
- Behind-the-Wheel Training
Experience behind the wheel is what separates a good driver from an unprepared one. Your 120 hours of training behind the wheel will include practice driving on our course as well as local roads, streets, and highways. Interstate routes will be included to prepare you for the exam, and you'll get many hours of observation experience to perfect your driving technique.
CDL Certification Training
When you decide on 160 Driving Academy, you'll have the advantage of instructors who are committed and dedicated to your personal success. With only four students per instructor, you'll receive the individual attention you need every day in the classroom and behind the wheel.
160 Driving Academy has schools in more than 25 locations across the Midwest, so you can choose your closest training location and easily commute to class. Getting CDL certification in the Midwest has never been so easy—so don't delay; give 160 Driving Academy a call now to choose your training at any of our convenient school locations. Begin the career you've been waiting for today!