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   |  

CDL Truck Service

Everything You Need to Get Your CDL

CDL Truck Service can help you with every step of the CDL certification process. Our rental fleet will allow you to practice and get comfortable behind Class A and Class B trucks. Our instructors will show you the finer points of driving while letting you know what to inspect during your tests.

We’ll give you everything you need to ace your exam and get on the road.

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We Are A Certified ELDT Course Provider

CDL Truck Services offers online ELDT courses for people:

  • Acquiring their CDL license for the first time
  • Upgrading to a Class A or Class B license
  • Getting a passenger (P) or school bus (S) endorsement
  • Getting a hazmat (H) endorsement

This courses couldn’t be simpler. They’re entirely online, and when you complete them you’ll have fulfilled the Entry Level Driver Training course requirements to get your CDL.

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CDL Test Preparation

The first step to getting your Texas CDL is to take the written exams. Depending on the CDL you’re working for, you may have to take up to four written exams:

Texas Commercial Vehicle Operation - This test contains 20 questions out of a pool of 80. This test covers general knowledge of how to operate a large truck--towing capacities, driving vocabulary, and the like. You must answer 16 of the 20 questions correctly.

General Knowledge Exam - The general knowledge exam has 50 questions taken from a pool of 250. To pass the exam, you must get 40 correct. This is the longest test you’ll have to take, and it can be difficult if you don’t have the right guide.

Air Brakes Exam - The air brakes exam is 25 questions long and taken from a pool of 100 possible questions. You must get 20 correct answers to pass. It covers the maintenance and operation of air brakes.

Combination Exam - The combination exam has 20 questions taken from a pool of 100. You must get 16 questions correct to pass. This exam is only necessary if you’re trying to get a Class A CDL in Texas, and it asks questions about topics covered in the previous exams.

These tests can be a struggle, and we’ve had a lot of students who failed come to us frustrated. That’s why we offer a packet that has the actual questions and answers from these tests on them.

These CDL test preparation packets are great for helping you study, and our instructors would be happy to advise you on how best to do so. Each packet is $125, but the money you’ll save when you pass on your first try will be well worth it.

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CDL Truck Rentals

CDL Truck Services specializes in CDL test truck rentals. We’ve handpicked the trucks in our fleet for their high visibility and ease of use. We make sure that our trucks let you focus on learning and practicing your driving skills.

We rent our trucks to help potential drivers practice and for them to use to complete their road test. Our fleet includes trucks with manual or automatic transmissions. We have both Class A truck rentals and Class B truck rentals, also.

We ensure our CDL truck rental fleet is maintained perfectly. We inspect each truck every day to ensure everything is working perfectly. We know that delays in getting your CDL in Texas can be very costly. That’s why we make sure you have a truck in perfect working order for your test.

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CDL Instructors

Each rental package includes complete instruction and review from one of hour skilled, experienced CDL test instructors. They’ve helped hundreds of men and women just like you ace their CDL driving test. Your driving test will include three parts:

Pre-trip Inspection Test - In this portion of the test, the proctor evaluates your knowledge of vehicle safety. They’ll watch you inspect the vehicle and expect you to explain what you’re looking for and why.

Basic Vehicle Control - In this part of the exam, you’ll be evaluated on your ability to control the vehicle in motion. They’ll test your ability to drive, reverse, turn, and park in a closed environment.

On-Road Test - In the final part of the test, you’ll be going out on the road. The examiner will be evaluating how well you perform in real-life traffic conditions and understand the rules of the road for commercial vehicles.

Our instructors will run you through each portion of the CDL driving test and help you understand what you need to do to pass. As you practice, they’ll be reviewing you so you know what to expect.

Our instructors really are world-class and strive to make sure all of their students have what they need to pass the driving test the first time they take it.

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Practice Makes Perfect

At CDL Truck Services, we’ll do everything in our power to situate you for a successful CDL driving test. We’ll give you the tools and help you learn how to use them. Contact us today to learn more or schedule an appointment for your CDL truck rental.

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