What Is Truck Driving School Really Like?
Roadmaster is a hands-on truck driving school and CDL training center with locations across the United States. Roadmaster provides you with the CDL training you need to get either a Class A CDL to help you start your Professional Truck Driving career. With classes forming weekly, you can be on your way to an exciting new career in as little as 3-4 weeks! Roadmaster also offers free job placement assistance after graduation. Tuition assistance is also available for those who qualify. Roadmaster Drivers School provides professional truck driver training that will prepare you for a career in the trucking industry. And how do we do that?
“So all the new guys will be in the classroom for the first, pretty much the first 40 hours of their training are in the classroom. But they’re not always in the classroom. They’re outside doing pre-trip inspection training. They’re doing logbook training. We have a computer lab. So there’s a lot of stuff going on in that first 40 hours of school. You’re going to be in a real truck. We have a 22-foot conventionals pulling industry standard 53-foot trailers. By the end of the first week, they’re actually driving tractor trailers. They go out, they drive on the highway each day, progressively getting more complicated, until the point that they’re able to pass those tests”
Still Wondering If A New Career As A CDL Professional Is Right For You?
People from all walks of life have found their exciting new career at Roadmaster. “There’s all sorts of people that come in to see me. I’ve got people that have master’s degrees. I have people that didn’t graduate high school. We get everybody here. It’s the most diverse community you will ever see. I just had a guy in here, and he was in construction. Now a lot of my students are former construction people that worked in that industry. Well construction, as you know, is up and down. So he would tell me, “Well, I’d worked three months, and I’d go on unemployment. Work another three months and go on unemployment.” And a lot of why he was here, hey I don’t think he just woke up one day and said “I want to be a truck driver.” I think he was looking for something with good, consistent income that he can support his family with. And I think that’s what brought him to Roadmaster.”