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 |
Getting a Class A or Class B license in Texas can be a long process. One option to get licensed to drive commercial motor vehicles is to go to school. Trucking schools can cost upward of $10 thousand and can take from six months to a year to complete. After that, you’ll need to pass the Texas CDL Road Test in order to finally get your license.
CDL Truck Services offers an alternative that can get you on the road in as little as two weeks and for a fraction of the cost. Whether you’re just starting the process or are almost done, we can provide solutions to help your next step. Contact us today to learn how we can get you behind the wheel in as little as two weeks.Get my CDL Now
After completing all the initial paperwork, the first big hurdle to acquiring your Texas CDL is qualifying for a Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP). To do so, you’ll need to pass 4-5 exams, depending on what kind of license you’re applying for. The Texas CDL permit tests can be difficult, and you’ll need to get at least 80% correct to pass.
CDL Truck Services has what you need. We offer practice tests and study guides that feature the exact questions you’ll be asked on the test. All you need to do is take the time to study and understand the material and prepare to pass your written exams the first time you take them.Learn More
You’ll need a truck rental for your CDL test. CDL Truck Services rents out Class A and Class B trucks both for your exam and to practice in. We’ve carefully curated our fleet of vehicles so that they’re easy to learn in and drive so that you can acquire your Class B or Class A driver’s license in Texas.
We’ve ensured that every one of our trucks has superior visibility and drives like a dream. We have both automatic and manual transmissions so that you can practice in the kind of truck you’ll actually drive, also.Get my CDL Now
Each of our truck rentals includes an experienced driver and instructor who will give you one-on-one tutoring to help you pass your CDL Road Test. Each one has extensive experience helping student drivers learn everything they need to pass their final test with flying colors the first time they take it.
They start off by walking you through the Pre-Trip Inspection portion of the exam, which also includes introducing you to the air brakes system. They’ll observe your driving skills and provide strategies to help prepare you to pass your CDL Road Test. When you’re finished, you’ll have everything you need to succeed.Learn More
The first big step to getting a CDL is acquiring your Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP). In order to get your CLP, you’ll need to pass 4-5 written exams, depending on what kind of license you’re getting:
Texas Commercial Rules
Texas CDL General Knowledge Test
Texas CDL Air Brakes Test
Combination Vehicle Exam (For Class A licenses only)
The requirements to get a CDL in Texas depend a lot on the exact nature of the license. In order to get any commercial driving license, you must have a CLP and hold it for at least 14 days. That’s the shortest amount of time it takes to get a CDL in Texas.
You may need to get a medical certification, though it depends on the exact nature of your license. You can find more information about medical exams, certifications, and other requirements at the Texas DPS website.
Once you’ve completed your written exams and held your CLP for 14 days, you’ll be able to take the CDL Skills Test. When you pass that, you’ll be qualified to get your CDL.
The CDL Skills Test is the last hurdle between you and a career on the road. Our instructors will prepare you to ace this exam. It has three major parts:
Pre-Trip Inspection - This part of the exam has two parts. In the first, you’ll be judged on your ability to determine the roadworthiness of a commercial vehicle. In the second, you’ll need to properly activate and initiate the vehicle’s air braking system.
Basic Maneuvers - The second part of the exam is done on a closed obstacle course. During this part of the exam, you’ll be required to drive, turn, back up, and park your truck.
Road Test - On the last part of the exam, you’ll be driving on the open road. You’ll be assessed on your knowledge of commercial driving laws and your ability to maneuver and drive the truck in traffic conditions.
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.
If you’re looking to start a new career as a commercial vehicle driver, skip the expensive schools and months of coursework. Let CDL Truck Services get you licensed. You’ll be on the road and earning money in no time. Contact us today to begin your new career.Contact Us