Class A CDL
How to Prepare for the CDL Theory Test
Every state requires prospective commercial drivers to pass a written exam when earning a commercial driver’s license (CDL). Preparing for the CDL test isn’t just necessary to get a passing score. The information will also be part of your work as a commercial driver. CDL holders must understand and follow specific rules and guidelines when…Read More
Is a Class A CDL or Class B CDL Best for Your Career Goals?
Working as a professional truck driver offers people high annual salaries and unprecedented job security … without the burden of 4-year college debt. The industry faces a consistent national trucker shortage and the need for qualified drivers will only increase. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS), there are approximately 2 million long-haul…Read More
Steps to Getting a Class A CDL
A Class A CDL allows you to drive a combination vehicle, tractor and trailer, if the trailer’s GVWR is over 10,000 pounds. With a Class A CDL, you qualify to drive for companies — locally, regionally or nationally — that provide over-the-road trips. In some states, CDL driving school may not be mandatory to pass…Read More