If you’re looking to get your CDL in Georgia, this article can help get your trucking career moving in the right direction! We can’t squeeze everything you need to know about earning your CDL in this article, but we can give you enough information to get the ball rolling.
What is a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and why do we use the term “Class A?” In the past, all drivers with a traditional driver’s license could operate a tractor-trailer and carry freight across the country. The Commercial Motor Vehicle Act of 1986 required truck drivers to certify they are competent drivers by getting a CDL. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration defines them as:
If you’re looking to be a driver in the trucking industry, then the Class A CDL is the one you’ll need. Without it, you won’t be able to move goods and necessities across state lines in a tractor-trailer.
Because regulations and requirements change over time, the best way to ensure you satisfy all CDL requirements is to check with a Roadmaster representative or your local Georgia DMV.
If this all sounds like a lot to think about, don’t worry! Roadmaster is here to help you through process of earning your Class A CDL, from obtaining your CDL permit to applying to trucking jobs.
Similar to when you were required to get a driver’s permit before getting a license, CDL training requires future truck drivers to hold a training permit. Thankfully, you won’t have to get your CDL permit before you arrive to classes. Roadmaster will assist you in obtaining a CDL permit in Georgia shortly after the course begins.
Roadmaster’s truck driving school in Georgia works with trainees in classroom-style settings and behind-the-wheel training to prepare them for their CDL exam and a successful trucking career. Our industry-expert instructors have decades of experience and will have you feeling confident and ready to take your career to the next level!
A career in the truck driving industry can include
Roadmaster’s CDL courses can be completed in as few as four weeks and include weekday, weeknight, and weekend options to work with varying schedules.
At Roadmaster, you’ll have access to our job placement program that helps trainees apply to coveted positions in the Professional Truck Driving Industry. You’ll have a choice between renowned carriers, and many of our trainees are pre-hired in the first week of courses! Benefits for drivers are improving with the current demand, and entry-level drivers can make up to $45,000 their first year!*
Start by speaking with a Roadmaster representative about the details and options you have for truck driver training in Georgia. You can chat now with a representative or leave us some contact information here to get a conversation started. Class A CDL truck drivers are in high demand, and carriers are hiring nation-wide! Don’t wait any longer to get your CDL license!
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.