A Class A CDL license will allow you to drive a tractor trailer and advance to high salaries in the trucking industry. When you take a CDL course with 160 Driving Academy, you'll be able to accomplish all of this in as little as four weeks! Career opportunities for CDL holders are increasing as the trucking industry is growing at a rapid pace and trucking companies are always in need of qualified drivers. The benefits of truck driving school are well worth the costs—please read on to learn more!
Benefits of CDL Certification
Passing your CDL exam after 40 hours of classroom instruction and 120 hours of behind-the-wheel experience will prepare you for trucking careers with an average salary of $54,000, according to the American Trucking Association’s latest data. Several of the many CDL benefits you'll see include:
160 Driving Academy graduates are prepared for a job after graduation with a starting salary of at least $40,000*, even with no prior experience.
Opportunity for Advancement
One of the best things about the trucking industry is the opportunity for advancement. Drivers endorsed for specialized cargo such as HazMat or double/triple trailers can earn upwards of $100,000 a year.
With a trucking job, you'll be able to travel all over the country and have your costs covered by your employer!
If you're thinking: "How will I be able to afford classes for CDL certification?" rest easy—the vast majority of our students receive financial assistance or have their tuition covered 100% by their chosen trucking company. With dozens of school locations across the Midwest, 160 Driving Academy is here to make sure you succeed. So don't delay; contact us now to learn more about our truck driving school benefits!
Truck Driving Classes throughout the Midwest
Live in the Midwest and are interested in obtaining your commercial driver’s license? We have convenient school locations throughout the region, and students can easily commute to class and learn from our experienced instructors. So contact us today to choose your training at any of 160 Driving Academy’s 25+ school locations in Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Missouri, and Indiana!