Whether you're considering CDL training through a private school in your area or company-sponsored training through a major carrier, TruckingTruth will help you learn more about your options for CDL training today.
Fill out the quick application below and you will be contacted by schools offering CDL training in your area. There is no obligation to enroll whatsoever. This is simply a free service provided by the schools through TruckingTruth.
Would you like to learn more about the differences between private and company training?
Private schools are independent schools which are not owned or operated by any trucking company. They require tuition to be paid up front and you will be able to work for any trucking company willing to hire you upon completion of their training.
Company-sponsored CDL training programs are truck driving schools owned and operated by trucking companies. These schools will cover the cost of tuition up front, requiring little or no money out of pocket to get started. The company will then hire you upon completion of the training. Some will require tuition repayments after you begin working for the company, some will not. All company-sponsored schools will require you to work for the company for a period of time after completion of your training, usually between 8 months and one year.
Both types of schooling are perfectly legitimate ways of getting your CDL training. One is not better than the other. It really comes down to your financial situation and personal preferences.
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