United Truck Driving School Admissions

Start your CDL Training in California!


United Truck Driving School is ready to welcome new students interested in starting a career as a professional truck driver. If you’re looking to start a CDL Training Program with us, you must go through our admissions procedure. Below we will lay out the steps needed to start a training course. Interested students can fill out the form on our website to begin. Our staff will then reach out to you to discuss our programs and offer a tour of our facility.

During your admissions process, you will also need to meet all the requirements to receive your CDL. United Truck Driving School does not discriminate against applicants based on gender, race, religion, age, sexual orientation, color, or disability. We look forward to reading your application and getting you started in your truck driving career.

“It’s amazing to know that after a 4-week program, a student can earn their commercial driver’s license, literally have a job the next day, start training with a company, go through orientation, and all of a sudden, they’re enjoying a successful, rewarding career!” – Cindy S., Office Administrator (San Diego)

Steps to Enroll at United Truck Driving School

Step 1: Meet CDL School Requirements (listed below)

Step 2: Submit a completed Application for Enrollment to Admissions

Step 3: Provide a valid driver’s license, social security card, birth certificate or passport, and high school diploma (or equivalent)

Step 4: Meet with an Admission Representative to go over program options and get a tour

Step 5: Review our catalog

Step 6: Complete enrollment agreement and confirm payment

Step 7: Start training!

Requirements for CDL School

In order to begin CDL training, you must meet the requirements to enroll in our Class A or Class B CDL program.

  • Must be at least 18 years old. However, you cannot have an interstate driving job until you are 21.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, social security card, birth certificate or passport, and a high school diploma (or equivalent).
  • It is required by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education that you can speak and write the English language sufficiently in order to communicate with others and read traffic signs.
  • Be able to pass a physical examination and drug screening.

Finally, you need to make sure you join a CDL program that is Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) certified. This mandate requires driving schools to provide their students with both classroom and behind-the-wheel instruction. At United Truck Driving School, we’re dedicated to providing our students with the best education. Therefore, we are up to date on all FMCSA training standards, including the new ELDT certification. We’d love to help get you started today!

Ready to become a truck driver? Contact United today at 800-764-2020 and begin your CDL training today!

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