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A Truck Driving School In WV That Helps You Drive To Your Future!
A successful truck driving career is right in front of you at our CDL driving school here in WV! Take our 3 month CDL truck driver training program that will prepare you for the open road. This is the best program to enter when it comes to convenience, price, and education. Opportunity is knocking. Act now and make this great decision.This program involves 12 weeks of comprehensive truck driver training in the Career field of commercial truck driving. Emphasis is placed on development of the basic skills and knowledge needed to drive a tractor-trailer safely, efficiently and legally. After successfully completing this program, the student will have their CDL license, and should be prepared to meet the requirements necessary for an entry-level commercial truck driving position. Our graduates have obtained employment at some of the best trucking companies to work for!
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Great CDL Training For Truck Drivers From JDR4 Career Center
The JDRCC truck driving program in West Virginia is divided into two 6-week periods. The first 6 weeks are described as the range work. Initial training begins with the basic operation of the vehicles. This includes start-up procedures, shifting, coupling and backing rigs. An introduction to “hours-of service” will also be covered, and then re-capped later in the course. Within the first 2 weeks the student should acquire their CDL permit from the DMV.
The second 6-week period is described as road work. This course focuses primarily on safe vehicle operation on the public roads and highways. Defensive driving techniques, extreme driving conditions, driving proficiency and trip planning are included in these final 6-weeks. The student should also acquire their CDL license which consists of a 3 part test on skills, inspection and road work.