Announcements Next Classes: April 13th & 20th
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Ron B.

Class A CDL Training Program

Class A CDL training consists of 40 hours of classroom instruction and a minimum of 100 hours of road and field maneuvers (combined). Each Tri-State CDL student receives 140 to 160 hours of truck driver training; preparing them for a truck driving career in the trucking industry.

Truck Driver Classroom Hours

Classroom hours for tractor trailer training consists of orientation, log book training, hours of service, basic control essentials and proficiency development. Transporting cargo and hazardous materials is also covered. Students learn how to handle vehicle fires as well as procedures in case of an accident, speed and space management and driving in extreme weather conditions.

Preventive maintenance, trip planning and proper backing techniques is covered, along with rules of conduct regarding drugs and alcohol, driver qualifications/disqualifications and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.

Tri-State CDL Training Center also provides its students with interactive training using Keller's SAFE.Sim™ Truck Driving Simulator. This innovative driver training tool puts the student behind the wheel and challenges them to drive through a virtual world of busy interstate highways, narrow two-lane highways, bustling city streets, and dangerous mountain roads, providing them with "real-life" driving experience.

Truck Driver Field Training

Truck driver field training consists of vehicle pre-trip inspection, air brake testing and learning to alley dock and offset alley dock the tractor trailer. Blind-side parallel parking as well as sight-side parallel parking is also introduced. The truck driver training student also learns to upshift and downshift a tractor trailer on property.

Once the truck driving student feels confident and the Tri-State instructor feels the student is handling the equipment properly, the student then moves out onto the public roadways.

Contact us today to find out about a truck driving career.