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 the FMCSA began requiring that all people pursuing a Class A or Class B license must take and pass Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) courses before taking further steps to get their CDL. Individuals pursuing a passenger or school bus endorsement must also complete a course.
Texas CDL Truck Services offers these ELDT courses entirely online, where you’ll be able to test and study wherever you are. After you’ve completed these courses and are ready to move on, we’ll be here.Learn More
When considering a career on the road, trucking schools can seem like a great option. However, trucking schools can cost thousands of dollars and take years to complete. While that’s a great option for some, working people don’t have that kind of time or money to invest in getting their license.
Texas CDL Truck Services offers an affordable, fast alternative to truck driving schools. From preparing to get your Commercial Learner’s Permit to taking your final driving test, we provide everything you need to get your license.
If you’re excited about a career on the open road, Texas CDL Truck Services can help you get there without breaking the bank. Contact us today to learn how we can help.Get my CDL Now
After completing the initial paperwork and determining whether or not you’re eligible to get a Texas CDL, the first step to getting your license is to get your Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP). Once you have your CLP, you’ll be able to get behind the wheel of a commercial vehicle and practice driving.
To get your CLP, you’ll need to pass a minimum of 3-4 tests. They’re multiple choice, but you’ll need to get at least 80% of the questions correct to pass. A lot of people struggle with these exams, but Texas CDL Truck Services offers CDL practice tests that feature the same questions the tests do.
With our test preparation packets and a little studying, you’ll have everything you need to pass your written exams.Learn More
Once you’ve gotten your CLP, you’ll have to wait a minimum of two weeks before you can take the final tests and get your license. This period is meant to provide you with the time to get behind the wheel of a commercial vehicle and practice your driving skills with a licensed commercial driver.
With every Class A truck rental and Class B truck rentals from Texas CDL Truck Services, you’ll receive one-on-one training with a certified driver and experienced instructor. They’ll show you how to drive and develop a plan for you to work on your skills. They’ll even tell you what to expect on your exam.
When you’re done you’ll have all the experience you need when you take for final CDL Skills Test.
All testing is done in Longview, TX.
Once you’re ready to take your final licensing exam, you’ll need to book a testing date at a DPS location that offers CDL testing. You can book anywhere in the state, but wherever you decide to take your test you’ll need to bring your own commercial vehicle. Most people bring a CDL rental vehicle.
All testing is done in Longview, TX.
When you learn to drive with us, your practice rental will include time for you to take your exam. Not only will you take your exam in our easy-to-drive, high-visibility commercial vehicles, you’ll have experience driving the exact vehicle you’re taking the test in. You’ll have everything you need to pass your driving test the first time you take it.Learn More
After filling out the initial paperwork, getting a physical (if required), and determining your eligibility to get a CDL license, you’ll need to get your CLP. To do that, you’ll need to pass 3 or 4 written exams with at least 80% of the questions correct. These tests include:
While the requirements for a CDL vary based on the type of license you’re applying for, there are a few requirements for all of them: applicants should have a clean driving record without a history of drug or alcohol abuse. After that, you may be required to submit to a physical exam. More information about the CDL physical can be found on the Texas DPS website.
If you’re looking for a no-fuss, affordable way to obtain your CDL, Texas CDL Truck Services can help you every step of the way. Don’t wait to start your life on the road, contact us today to get started.Contact Us