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CDL Truck Services offers online ELDT courses for Class A & Class B licenses and passenger (P), school bus (S), and hazmat (H) endorsements. If you’re looking to get a CDL, begin here.

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CDL Test Truck Rentals
USDOT 3255175

Trucking schools can cost upwards of $10, 000 dollars.

And that's not including the fees to get your CDL learner's permit, take all of the tests, file all the applications, and everything else. When it’s all said and done, you can expect to pay almost $12,000 for your CDL--if you pass the tests on the first round.

CDL Truck Services offers a better way. We offer commercial truck rentals at affordable rates that can help you practice, take, and pass the CDL road test--easy! Our packages also include hands-on tutoring with our expert CDL instructors.

We’ll work with you to make sure you get the practice you need to pass the CDL pre-trip, road, and air brake tests. Our instructors have years of experience on the road and helping others ace their CDL tests.

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  • Class A & B Truck Rentals


    CDL Truck Services provides CDL truck rentals that can help you practice for and pass the Texas CDL Road test. Our trucks provide superior visibility, which will help you pass your CDL road test the first time.

  • Pass the Pre-Trip, Backing & Road Test


    Our fleet of CDL rentals includes models with both manual and automatic transmissions. If you need an unrestricted CDL, we'll make sure that you have the vehicles you need to test and practice in to get it.

  • CDL Trucks Available


    Every CDL test consists of three parts: pre-trip inspection, basic maneuvers, and road test. Our fleet of CDL truck rentals will prepare you to pass with flying colors. Our instructors will also give you pointers and an on-site evaluation so you know what to expect when you take the road test.

Our Rates

7 days a week
New drivers must book a 4-day rental at a minimum. This is to give you time to get behind the wheel of a vehicle long enough to learn everything you need to know to pass your driving test.

Drivers renewing their license, or an expired license, can be successful with fewer days, depending on how long it has been since they’ve driven a commercial vehicle.

Each rental includes the rental, a comprehensive review from one of our experienced instructors, and 2 hours at the testing site. Our instructors will help with every portion of the test, including the air brake testing, the pre-trip test, backing skills, and the road test. When you’re done, we’ll make sure you have the knowledge and skills to ace the Texas CDL test.

*Prices are subject to change without notice.

Our Customers Love Us

“I'm extremely satisfied with CDL Truck Services! Excellent, clean, and reliable trucks. One-on-one with your instructor. Last but not least Mike King is an excellent instructor! Just listen and apply to his instructions in order to be successful in obtaining your CDL”
- Domingo

“So much for my CDL test. They provided great material to study before I arrived. Once I arrived, they filled in the holes. They prepared me for every possible situation that could be thrown at me during the test. I passed on my first try and I couldn't have done it without them. I would recommend anyone to them. It’s a first-class operation all the way around”
- Cameron

“This place is truly amazing. The instructors are what make this place so wonderful. They work with you one on one and give you all the materials needed to pass your test the first time you take it. I strongly recommend this company to anyone trying to get their CDL license”
- Marissa

Asked Questions

  • What Is ELDT Training?

    On February 7, 2022 the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Association passed new regulations requiring Entry Level Driver Training courses for some people seeking a CDL or certain certifications. CDL Truck Services’ online ELDT courses meet those requirements.

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    Who Needs To Take ELDT Training?

    Anyone who is:

    • Getting a new CDL
    • Upgrading to a Class A or Class B license
    • Getting a passenger (P) or school bus (S) endorsement
    • Getting a Hazmat (H) endorsement
    • Will be required to complete ELDT training courses.

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    How Long Do ELDT Courses Take?

    It depends on the person, but most people find that they can complete each course in about 8-10 hours. 

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    What is a CDL?

    A Commercial Driver License (CDL) is required for all drivers operating large commercial motor vehicles. By carrying a CDL, you prove that you have been trained and tested and that you are qualified to operate such vehicles.

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  • What Types of CDL Can I Get?

    Applicants may qualify for three basic classes of CDL: Class A, B, & C. A Class A CDL permits the holder to operate vehicles with a weight in excess of 26,001 pounds, with an excess of 10,000 pounds towed.

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    What are the Benefits of CDL Truck Services?

    At CDL Truck Services, we specialize in helping potential CDL holders practice for all components of the CDL Test. By providing easy-to-operate single-axle day cab tractors with 28 ft. single axle trailers, trainees may practice every aspect of the CDL Test in advance to ensure a higher chance of success.

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    What are the Requirements to Get My CDL in Texas?

    All applicants for a CDL in the state of Texas must have a Texas driver’s license. When you apply for your CDL, you must obtain and hold a Commercial Driver License Permit for at least 14 days. Applicants must complete the CDL application before arriving at their local office.

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