Truck Driving Schools

Truck Driving Schools

truck driving schools 2017Let Trucker Country help you find a truck driving school and get on the road to a great career as a truck driver! There are several ways we help you find the CDL training you need to succeed. Perhaps the easiest way is to let us help you connect with the highest quality training through our nationwide network of truck driving schools. Best of all, it's free and there's no obligation!

Another great way you can go is to access CDL schools in your state through our state directory below. Once you're on your state schools page you'll find all the information you need to get started on your truck driving career.

Request Free Information from Truck Driving Schools Near You

Trucker Country can now help you in your search for a high quality truck driving school. All schools in our nationwide network meet the highest standards which will ensure your success as a truck driver.

 

Trucker Country's been helping future truck drivers find the highest quality CDL training from reliable truck driving schools since 2004. Give yourself the best chance to succeed at what can be an awesome, but often challenging trucking career.

 

Now it’s easier than ever to get your CDL and become a truck driver!

 

Simply fill out the 1-minute form below and CDL schools across the country will give you free information about their training programs.

Select Your State Below and Find Truck Driving Schools

Each state page has trucking school contact information, links to official DMV / DOT websites, and instant access to the official CDL manual. Learn about your state's CDL requirements, application instructions, licensing costs, and endorsement information. There's also CDL test preparation for your state to help you pass the exams.

How to Find CDL Training Without Spending a Ton of Money

There ARE a few options for anyone who doesn't have several thousand dollars available for training.

Option #1:

Trucking Company Sponsored CDL Training

Many trucking companies will train you to be a professional truck driver. You just have to commit to work for them for a certain period of time after you complete your training. This can be anywhere from 6 months to 2 years, but 1 year in most cases. This option is not for everyone. But many new truckers got their start this way and are now successful, well paid truck drivers.

Option #2:

Grants and Financial Aid for Truck Driving School

There are many different types of financial aid for prospective Truck Driving School students. These include Grants (including PELL and WIA), School Scholarships, and more. Contact a truck driving school through the state directory above and ask them what type of programs they have. You may be surprised at the number of options you have without spending a lot of cash!

Quick Tip: Prepare for the official state exams with our CDL practice tests. In Practice Mode, you receive instant results after each answered question. You then get the correct answer along with the exact location of that answer in the CDL manual - download here.