The order of life a lot of people think of for their career path is graduation from high school, four years in college, then job searching until you land a job related to your field of study. A lot of folks forget about skilled trades that can create more income for you than many of your peers with a degree. Four to five weeks in training and receiving your CDL can have you ready to start immediately into a high paying position as a professional truck driver earning as much as if not more than others who have gone to college for four years.
The freedom of this career path allows you to see new parts of the country and get paid to do it. The trucking industry is essential to the American economy and that’s something you can be proud of as well. Professional truck driving careers are available to people of all walks of life, even those who may have a prior criminal record with a felony.
Since you can’t just go out and try out truck driving, the best way to prepare for the job is to talk to someone who has the experience. They can tell you everything you need to know to make a good decision. Our instructors have all worked as truck drivers and can answer any questions you may have about the industry and what life is like as a CDL driver.
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