CDL Training

Offering Exceptional Training Courses

At 180 CDL Entry Level, we help you prepare your driving skills to get a commercial driver’s license. You can trust our experts to provide the best trucking education through our training programs. We offer classroom and behind-the-wheel training. We understand that flexibility is important, and that is why we offer both online and in-person training. Additionally, we offer training 7 days a week! 

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CDL A: Tractor Trailer Training - 180 Hours

It prepares you for your CDL Class A license and entry-level employment. During the first week of this program, you'll be in the classroom, learning everything you need to pass your written permit test.

Next, you'll move to the yard and learn about truck inspections and making maneuvers in a controlled environment. After this, you'll learn to drive a tractor-trailer on the road under supervised instruction from one of our experienced trainers.

These trucks are very large, heavy, and can be dangerous. That's why proper instruction from professionals is essential for your future as a professional driver.

ELDT (Entry Level Driving Training)

We are proud to offer ELDT courses! The training consists of three components. The first component is the "Theory" or written test portion of the training. This training is available both in-person and online for your convenience. The second portion of the training is the "Range" portion where you will learn the basic maneuvers behind the wheel. Lastly, the third and final part of the training is the "Public Roads" portion where you will be training behind the wheel on public roads! Please contact us for more information on our ELDT courses!


What Sets Our Programs Apart

Our driving courses provide additional resources during your commercial driver training. You'll be educated on the following:

  • Doubles and Triples Endorsement
  • Hazardous Material Endorsement
  • Entry-Level Certification
  • Map Reading and Trip Planning
  • Log Book Training
  • DOT Rules and Regulations

How to Qualify for a CDL

1. Be at least 18 years old and 21 years old to drive state-to state
2. Possess a valid driver's license in your state of residence.
3. Pass a DOT physical and drug test

Why Train With Our Schools

Our CDL schools are staffed by experienced instructors and feature relaxed, comfortable, and conducive learning. The small class sizes we offer allow our students to get the individual attention they need.

We also have more than 140 pieces of equipment for hands-on and behind-the-wheel training.

Our extensive safety and driving skills curriculum provides continuous training until you're ready to test. There are no extra fees or hidden charges--just a one-time fee to get your license!

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Unlimited and Comprehensive Job Placements

Our truck driver training is designed to prepare you for employment upon graduation. As a respected truck training school, we’ve developed strong relations with many corporations. They trust our quality graduates.

Contact Our Staff Members Today

We’re here to provide our students with exceptional driving courses to help them get commercial driver’s licenses. Get in touch with us at 180 CDL Entry Level to learn more about what we can do for you.