Announcements School is Closed and Tests are Cancelled for today, Monday, March 2nd.
"In all honesty, I have to tell you that my experience at Tri-State was the most rewarding personal experience, aside of my family, of my life. It was, though you may not believe it, one of the most difficult tasks I have ever undertaken. Bob, Walter & Bob, the best instructors I've ever had in my life deserve a round of applause as well. The fact that I have this license is because of the complete & constant support of both you and your terrific staff."
John D.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I get started?
A: Contact our admission office to set up an interview, meet a driver training instructor and see our spacious school and training facility in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Q: Is financial assistance available?
A: Yes, for individuals who qualify.
Q: What is the average size of a class?
A: Our classroom seats up to 16 students, so our classes are small ensuring personalized training. Our instructors work with training tapes & books utilizing audio-visual aids in a classroom setting.
Q: How old do I have to be to get a Commercial Driver's License?
A: You can obtain Commercial Driver's License (CDL) at 18 years of age. However you will be required to drive only within the state of Massachusetts until you are 21.
Q: I have my CDL permit, am I required to complete classroom training?
A: By law, if you enroll in a tractor-trailer training school you must complete 40 hours of classroom training. This is required by both the Massachusetts Department of Education and the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles.
Q: What does the CDL course include?
A: Our courses are constantly updated to comply with the latest standards set forth by the Department of Education & Transportation and the Registry of Motor Vehicles. You will train with professional truck driving instructors who will give 100% and expect 100% in return.
Q: Where do I take my CDL test?
A: Tri-State CDL offers on site testing for your convenience.
Q: How experienced are the instructors at Tri-State CDL?
A: We are proud of our faculty & staff and are confident that they are among the best in our industry. They have amassed years of safe truck driving experience and millions of miles of professional driving on our nation's highways. We encourage our students to take advantage of that experience! You will learn more from these individuals than you could in a library filled with training books. Our job is to give you as much preparation for your new career as possible. Your success is our success, and we make every effort to assist you in the learning process.