Start Your New Career in about a Month!
Roadmaster Drivers School is a hands-on truck driving school with multiple campuses located across the United States. Roadmaster is dedicated to preparing individuals for a career in truck driving to meet the growing need for qualified professional truck drivers.
Truck Driver Benefits
- Salary Averaging Up To $62,053* Per Year – Truck Drivers average up to $62,053* per year. That means you could make up to $1,193* as a Class A CDL Licensed Truck Driver!
- Job Security – Truck Driver jobs can’t be outsourced. Truck Drivers are responsible for dispersing America’s goods and necessities across the states and are needed throughout the nation. The ATA estimates a shortage of nearly 80,000 Truck Drivers, and the demand is expected to continue rising throughout the decade.
- Medical, Dental, and Life Insurance – Medical and Dental Insurance are common perks in the truck driving industry.
- 401k Retirement Savings Plan – Earn money for retirement as you navigate the highway!
- Paid Vacation and Sick Time – Professional Truck Drivers need vacation time to unwind from work and sick time to recover from illnesses.
- Take your pet with you on the road! – If leaving your pet at home during runs isn’t an option, consider taking them on your trips! Certain carriers allow Truck Drivers to bring their pets as travel buddies.
Class A CDL Training
Roadmaster’s Class A CDL Training Program provides students with the skills to get a Class A CDL and become eligible for entry-level commercial driver positions. Our CDL instructors are some of the best in the trucking industry and give you the hands-on, real-life training you need for your Class A CDL. Additionally, our Job Placement Assistance program helps students get pre-qualified for jobs before they graduate school.
As a Roadmaster student, your training will include:
- Hands-on time driving a truck at our practice facility and on the road in real-world conditions
- Pre-Trip Inspection Training to pass the test.
- Map reading, trip planning, and compliance with Department of Transportation laws
- How to identify preventive maintenance problems on tractor-trailer units
- Backing, turning and hooking/unhooking an industry-standard 53ft trailer.