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cdlpro driver training 



The CDLPro Truck-Driver Training Program provides student drivers the necessary training to obtain an unrestricted class A license, along with the hazardous material, double/triple, and tank endorsements. Student graduates will receive a certificate of completion from our state-licensed cdl training program.

This program includes:

Unrestricted, manual transmission, Class A license 

10-week, 110 hour training program

Double/Triple Endorsement 

HAZMAT & Tank Endorsement 

1:1 hands-on/behind-the-wheel training 

2022 ELDT Compliant 




This course covers all of the necessary knowledge and skills to prepare student drivers for the state-administered commercial drivers license road exam and complies with all necessary ELDT mandates. This course includes basic operational training to obtain a commercial learners permit (clp), vehicle systems inspections (pti), and hands-on behind-the-wheel training for advance driving skills. 

course outcomes

Upon completion of the cdlpro truck-driver training program, student drivers will be able to sit for the state-administered cdl road exam, class A. Upon successfully passing the cdl road exam, student-drivers will obtain an unrestricted class A license with the full regiment of cdl endorsements, including: hazardous material, double/triple, and tank endorsements. 

program cost



outside fees:

drug screening

dot physical 

dmv testing fee


hazmat fee

twic card fee





$83.00 (subject to change) 

$86.50 (subject to change) 

$125.25 (subject to change) 

*Discount: Those who wish to pay by check, credit/debit card, cash or money order will qualify for a $200.00 discount. Payment plans available. 

drug & dot physical requirements

All cdl applicants and student drivers must undergo a Department of Transportation (DOT) physical and a drug & alcohol 5 panel test. Testing positive for marijuana, and/or any controlled substance, will disqualify an applicant from obtaining a commercial drivers license and a denial for admission into the truck driving school. In addition, positive drug tests are recorded on a national data base.