Truck driving schools admissions process
- You will complete a qualification application. One of Roadmaster's experienced admissions representatives will help guide you through the process.
- Your admissions representative will answer all of your questions about attending truck driving schools and make sure that you are not only eligible, but are fully prepared and informed about the truck driving career that you are about to begin.
- Once your enrollment agreement is completed, you will be instructed on where to go to take the Department of Transportation mandated physical and drug screening.
- Once all of your qualifications have been verified and tuition arrangements have been made, you will receive a date to start your cdl training classes.
- If you have prior applicable truck driver training or have previously taken CDL training classes, individual consideration will be given in regard to credit.
- Each Roadmaster Drivers School also offers Truck Driver Training Refresher Programs.
Main Application Requirements
Each Roadmaster Drivers School location has its own admissions office and staff to help students step by step with the application process. Admissions requirements may vary between location, but below are the main pre-requisites.
- The applicant must be at least 18 years old.
- If desiring a Class A CDL License for interstate driving employment, the applicant must be at least 21 years old.
- The applicant must possess the ability to read, speak, and understand english language sufficiently to converse with general public, to understand highway traffic signs and signals, to respond to official inquiries, and to make legible entries on reports and records
- Any applicant wishing to apply to one of Roadmaster's truck driving schools to take cdl training classes must have a valid drivers license in their possession at the time of enrollment.