CDL training is the coursework that prepares students for the required Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) test of the Professional Truck Driving Industry. Through a mixture of hands-on and instructional coursework, Roadmaster's training courses teach students the essential skills to navigate roads safely, lawfully, and intelligently.
Roadmaster's comprehensive Commercial Driver's License (CDL) Program gives students the necessary skills to begin driving a truck professionally. Our expert instructors provide both the hands-on training and the CDL knowledge needed to properly and safely operate a truck, and our Job Placement Assistance Program helps many students secure work before they even graduate, depending on graduation, of course.
As a Roadmaster student, your training will include:
Roadmaster is highly respected among CDL training schools because in over twenty years of operation, we have proudly trained more than 75,000 men and women to make a living driving a truck. We are committed to helping future truckers pass the CDL knowledge and skills tests and get their new careers on the road in as few as 4 weeks!
Here are just some of the benefits you'll enjoy as a Roadmaster student:
Since April of 1992, all drivers have been required to have a CDL in order to drive a Commercial Motor Vehicle. Tractor-trailers require advanced skills and knowledge above and beyond those required to drive a car or other lightweight vehicle.
States are able to issue a CDL license only after a written and driving test have been given by the state or approved testing facility.
It's important to train for your CDL exam for two reasons:
While not the norm, automatic shifting trucks have made their way into the fleets of most large carriers across the country. You can expect to drive one at some point very early in your career regardless of which employer you end up driving for. This is why all of our Roadmaster training locations now have these Automatic Transmission Semi Trucks available for you to train on. Let’s take a look at some of the advantages for the carriers and you the driver. More and more trucks each year are being purchased with automatics instead of manuals.
For many drivers and fleets, the biggest advantage of automatic transmissions is fuel economy. Because automatics never miss or skip shifts, they can optimize fuel consumption far better than manuals. Automatic transmissions are easier and quicker to learn than manual shifting. With the rapid growth in the trucking industry in the past decade and the growing need for new drivers, companies are doing what they can to make it easy for drivers to get into a trucking job quickly.
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Call us at 1-800-831-1300 or fill out the brief form below to submit your information to our CDL Training admissions center. A Roadmaster representative will review your information and contact you to answer all of your questions and set up a date for you to visit the school location nearest you.