Based in Longview, Texas    |    Certified FMCSA Training Provider

We train 7 days a week!
Contact us after you've passed your written CDL test & have your CDL learner's permit
Call Us:(903) 663-3388

We train 7 days a week!     |      Contact us after you've passed your written CDL test & have your CDL learner's permit     |        Call Us:(903) 663-3388   |  

Study Anywhere In The World WIth Online ELDT Training From CDL Truck Services

In 2022, The Federal Motor Carrier’s Safety Administration passed new regulations requiring anyone pursuing a CDL in the United States to pass entry-level driver training courses.

The entry-level driver training curriculum has been designed to ensure uniform training throughout the nation. These courses increase safety and ensure every commercial driver has the same experience.

Individuals pursuing a Class A or Class B CDL will need to meet these requirements before they begin behind-the-wheel training.

CDL Truck Services offer the full complement of courses that will ensure you meet your ELDT training requirements.

Enroll online and complete your coursework anywhere in the world.

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Who Should Take The Class B Theory Course?

If you’re attempting to get or upgrade to a Class B commercial driver’s license after February 2022, you’ll need to take and pass a Class B theory course.

Individuals who received a Class B CDL prior to February 2022 do not have to take the Class B theory course when renewing their license.

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About The Class B Theory Course

If you’re pursuing a Class B license, CDL Truck Services’ online Class B Theory course will meet all federal requirements. It introduces you to all of the major concepts you’ll need to become a commercial driver.

The Class B theory course covers basic operations, safety, vehicle systems, and more. When you complete this course, you should have all the information you need to pass the written exams at the Texas DPS.

Class B ELDT Training Curriculum

Our online Class B theory course contains 5 parts and is designed to ensure to meet federal FMCSA requirements:

  • The first part of the course contains all the information you need about basic operations. It includes:

    • Control system
    • Notification system
    • Pre & post-trip inspections
    • Basic maneuvering
    • Manual transmission
    • Docking/backing procedures.
  • This part of the course has been designed to teach you how to be a safer driver during the daytime and at night.

    It includes the procedures for safe driving, what to look out for, and how to manage both your speed and the space your vehicle requires to operate safely.

  • The advanced operations portion of the Class B ELDT theory course will teach you what to do if you lose control of your vehicle.

    You’ll learn how to recover from a skid and what to do if your vehicle jackknifes. You’ll also learn how to identify and avoid road hazards.

  • This section of the course teaches you how to inspect your vehicle and diagnose problems, ultimately allowing you to determine whether or not your vehicle is safe to drive.

    You’ll also learn about the routine maintenance your Class B commercial vehicle requires regularly.

  • This portion of the course covers almost every aspect of commercial driving when you aren’t actually behind the wheel of a vehicle.

    Important topics include handling & documenting cargo, post-crash procedures, trip planning, and information on fatigue, wellness, drugs, and alcohol.

After Completing FMCSA Entry Level Driver Training

After you’ve completed your ELDT requirements, you’ll be prepared to take the next step toward getting your CDL.

And CDL Truck Services can help you every step of the way.

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