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 |
In 2022, federal standards for CDL certification changed. Now, anyone seeking a Class A or Class B license, or endorsement for Passenger or School Bus must take and complete Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) courses.
CDL Truck Services offers each of these ELDT courses online through our student portal. Our online ELDT courses can be taken from anywhere in the world, so register today and start your journey to becoming a certified commercial driver.Learn More
The screening and testing process to get a Texas CDL isn’t easy. It’s designed to weed out people who don’t have the qualifications to become commercial drivers.
In order to increase their chances, a lot of people elect to attend CDL classes or a full trucking school, but both require regular attendance and upfront payments
Unfortunately, that may not be achievable for most working folks who need something that fits better into their schedule and is more affordable. Texas CDL Truck Services offers an alternative.
We aren’t a trucking school, but no matter where you are on your journey to getting a Texas CDL, we can help:
If you’re looking to get a CDL on your own schedule, Texas CDL Truck Services can help. Contact us today to learn more about our services or to schedule your rental.
All testing is done in Longview, TX.
After your initial CDL application is filed with the state, you’ll need to get your Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP).
The Texas CLP will allow you to drive with a licensed commercial driver to get practice driving a commercial vehicle.
In order to get your CLP, you’ll need to pass 3 or 4 written examinations, scoring at least 80% of the questions on the test. The tests cover:
A lot of people struggle with these exams, but Texas CDL Truck Services offers practice tests that feature the same questions you’ll encounter on the exam.
All you need to do is study, and you’ll be ready to ace your written exams on your first attempt.Learn More
Once you’ve gotten your CLP, you’ll be forced to wait 14 days before taking the final skills test. This time is to allow you to practice your driving skills and prepare for the exam.
To practice your driving, you’ll also need to find a licensed commercial driver to work with you.
Every Texas CDL Truck Services rental includes one-on-one time with one of our experienced instructors who will:
Whether you’ve booked a Class A or a Class B Truck rental, our experienced instructors will help you learn all you need for your exam.
Put in the work and we can assure you that you’ll be ready to pass your skills test the first time.Get my CDL Now
When you’re ready to take the CDL skills test, you’ll need to book an appointment at a Texas DPS office that proctors CDL exams
To take the test, you’ll need to bring a Class B or a Class A truck rental. Of course, it’s best if you’re familiar with the vehicle you’re driving, too.
That’s why Texas CDL Truck Services includes testing time with every rental. You can also trust each of our CDL rental trucks:
All testing is done in Longview, TX.
With a CDL rental from Texas CDL Truck Services, you’ll be well prepared for to pass your final test on the first try.Learn More
After completing the initial paperwork to determine if you qualify to get a CDL in Texas, you’ll need to take 3-4 exams and get 80% of the questions correct. The tests include:
The Texas Department of Safety screens all CDL applicants. Anyone with a history of drug use, a poor driving record, or health problems that make driving difficult will not qualify.
You may need to submit to a physical examination during the application process, and more information about that can be found at the Texas DPS website.
The CDL Skills test is the final examination to get your Texas Commercial Driver’s License. It has three parts:
Pre-Trip Inspection - The pre-trip will test your ability to determine if a vehicle is safe to drive. You’ll also be tested on initiating the air brakes system.
Basic Driving - This portion takes place on a closed course. You’ll be tested on your ability to perform basic driving maneuvers.
Road Test - The final portion takes place on the open road. You’ll be tested on your ability to drive a truck in routine traffic while obeying all traffic laws.
Texas CDL Truck Services has designed our offerings around the needs of working-class people. When you decide to get your CDL with us, you won’t have to worry about attending CDL classes on a rigid schedule, or testing before you’re ready.
Work at your own pace, get your CDL in your own time and do it affordably.
Contact us today to start working on your CDL.Contact Us