Truck and Bus Driver Training Programs at United Truck Driving School in San Diego and Riverside, California provide students with personalized instruction designed to teach students the knowledge and skills necessary for a successful career in commercial truck driving. Truck driver training ranges from 120 to 186 clock hours (3-5 weeks), consisting of classroom and behind-the-wheel training.
CDL training covers all endorsements including doubles & triples, tanker, hazmat, and passenger. Truck driver training covers defensive driving strategies, DOT rules, and regulations, logbook, trip planning, vehicle inspection, airbrake, shifting and clutch control, coupling, and uncoupling, straight-line backing, measured right-hand turn, parallel parking and alley docking. CDL training prepares students to take all required tests at the Department of Motor Vehicles to obtain a commercial truck and/or bus driver license.
Truck and Bus Driver Training Programs costs include required test books, study guides, DMV testing, and placement assistance.
This is a training program that includes EVERYTHING…from a basic driver’s license – to a career as a Professional Truck Driver!!
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“I have never been to school where the staff worked as hard as they did here at United Truck Driving School. From day one everyone did everything they could to make sure I was able to get what I needed done. Not just in class, but even before I started. The Instructors are all experienced drivers and well informed, whether you are a veteran or not, this school is a great place to attend.”
– David S.
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