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 |
The FMCSA now requires that all people pursuing a Class A or Class B license–and those who are pursuing Passenger or School Bus endorsement–must complete Entry-Level Driver Training courses before taking their driving test.
CDL Truck Services offers these ELDT courses online through our convenient student portal. Sign up today and being your online ELDT course–and your successful career in commercial driving.Learn More
The Texas Department Of Safety has a responsibility to ensure that commercial drivers are qualified. They do that with the application and testing process required to get your Texas CDL.
It’s not easy, and it’s designed so that it weeds people out.
Trucking schools are a popular choice, but they require regular attendance and costly tuition, and both of those are hard for working people.
Texas CDL Truck Services offers an alternative that helps:
We’re not a trucking school. We meet you where you are and help you get your CDL fast and affordably.
If you’re looking to simplify the CDL licensing process, contact us today to learn how we can help.
All testing is done in Longview, TX.Get my CDL Now
After filling out your CDL application, the first thing you need to do is get your Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP).
To do so, you’ll need to pass the CDL written exams, which will test your knowledge of:
A lot of people find these tests difficult, especially because you need to get at least 80% of the questions correct to pass.
CDL Truck services can help. We offer CDL practice tests that feature the same questions that will be on the exam. The tests cover everything you need to know.
All you’ll need to do is study, and you’ll be prepared to pass your written examinations the first time you take them.Learn More
After you’ve gotten your Commercial Learner’s Permit, you’re required to wait two weeks before you take the final CDL skills test.
During this time, you need to get behind the wheel of a commercial truck and practice driving. You also need a licensed commercial driver with you.
Texas CDL Truck Services offers Class A and Class B truck rentals that include one-on-one instruction from one of our instructors. They’ll work with you to:
Our experienced CDL instructors have an excellent track record helping our students pass their final exam and get behind the wheel. If you put in the work, we can assure you that you’ll have no problem with your final exam.Get my CDL Now
When we’ve finished preparing you to pass your skills test, you’ll need to schedule your exam at a DPS office that administers commercial driving exams. You’ll also need to bring the truck you’ll take the test in.
Most people elect to bring a Class B or Class a truck rental for their exam. But those may be unfamiliar to you and that hurts your chances of passing the test the first time you take it.
When you schedule a CDL rental from us, you also book a commercial vehicle for taking your skills test. Even more importantly, we’ve hand-selected our fleet to help you pass your exam:
With practice and the right commercial truck, you’ll be ready to pass your skills test the first time you take it.
All testing is done in Longview, TX.
The tests you need to take for your CLP depend on the kind of license you’re getting. You’ll have to take 3 or 4:
To pass each exam you’ll need to get 80% of the questions correct. Tests can have as few as 20 or as many as 80 questions.
The Texas Department of Safety screens people who apply for a CDL, and you will be disqualified if you have:
You may be required to pass a physical examination, also. You can find more information about the physical on the Texas DPS website.
The CDL Skills Test is the final test you’ll need to take. After passing it, you’ll qualify for a commercial license. The test includes:
Pre-Trip Inspection - This portion of the exam tests your ability to inspect the vehicle, determine if it’s safe to drive, and initiate the air brake systems.
Basic Driving - Next, you’ll be tested on your ability to perform basic driving maneuvers on a closed course at the DPS office.
CDL Road Test - For the final part of the test, you’ll take the truck out onto the open road. You’ll be tested on your driving and following commercial traffic laws.
Texas CDL Truck Services has designed our offerings to meet the needs of working-class people. We’ll meet you wherever you are and help you get your CDL and find a rewarding career on the road.
If you’re ready to start learning, contact us today to learn how we can help you.Contact Us