Truck Driving Schools in Pennsylvania
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We show you how to choose the best truck driving schools in Pennsylvania with our comprehensive list of state-mapped truck driving schools in Pennsylvania. On page you will also find a list of truck driving schools in Pennsylvania that have been rated and reviewed by the students themselves using a 5 star rating system. Feel free to bookmark this page for future reference by pressing Ctrl-D on your keyboard.
Pennsylvania Truck Driving Schools Information
Total Number of Schools: 58
Average Number of Students: 16
Average Acceptance Rate: 57%
Average School Tuition Cost: $14,256
Average School Loan Amount: $8,241
Average Scholarship Award: $5,114
Pennsylvania Heavy Truck Driver Jobs Information
Number of Truckers Employed: 71,970
Average Yearly Salary: $42,340
Average Monthly Pay: $3,528
Average Weekly Pay: $814
Average Hourly Wage: $20.36
National Average Salary: $38,700
Pennsylvania heavy truck driver jobs information was current as of May 2013 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Truck Driving Schools in Pennsylvania
1. A. Duie Pyle Truck Driving Academy† 2. AAA School of Trucking 3. AAA School of Trucking 4. All State Career School† 5. All State Career School 6. Berks Technical Institute 7. Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania 8. Bud Driving School 9. Central Westmoreland Career & Technology Center 10. Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science & Technology 11. Clearfield County Career & Technology Center 12. DCS School of Driving, LLC 13. Delaware County Community College 14. Don Sheetz, Inc. CDL Training 15. Fortis Institute 16. Greater Johnstown Career & Technology Center 17. Greater Johnstown Career & Technology Center 18. HACC-Central Pennsylvania’s Community College 19. Huntingdon County Career & Technology Center 20. Keystone Diesel Institute 21. Lackawanna College 22. Lancaster County Career & Technology Center 23. Lehigh Carbon Community College 24. Lehigh Career & Technical Institute† 25. Lenape Tech 26. Luzerne County Community College 27. McCann 28. McCann 29. McCann 30. Mon Valley Career & Technology Center 31. Moore CDL Truck Driving Academy, Inc. 32. New Castle School of Trades** 33. Northampton Community College† 34. Northampton Community College 35. Pennsylvania College of Technology 36. Pittsburgh Diesel Institute 37. Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics** 38. Professional Drivers Academy† 39. Roadmaster Drivers School 40. Robert Stowe Trucking 41. Sage Truck Driving School 42. Sage Truck Driving School 43. Sage Truck Driving School 44. Sage Truck Driving School† 45. Sage Truck Driving School† 46. Sage Truck Driving School 47. Schuylkill Technology Center† 48. Smith and Solomon Training Solutions 49. Smith and Solomon Training Solutions 50. Smith and Solomon Training Solutions 51. Somerset County Technology Center 52. Total Equipment Training 53. Trans American Technical Institute, Inc.† 54. Transport Tech 55. Transport Tech 56. Transport Tech 57. Transport Tech 58. Truck Technology Training 59. Western Area Career & Technology Center 60. York County School of Technology 61. Shelly Truck Driving School
650 Westtown Road
West Chester, PA 19381
442 E. Girard Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19125
6003 Jonestown Road
Harrisburg, PA 17112
501 Seminole Street
Lester, PA 19029
1200 Lebanon Road
West Mifflin, PA 15122
2205 Ridgewood Road
Wyomissing, PA 19610
7474 Columbia Blvd.
Berwick, PA 18603
123 Crytzer Road
Kittanning, PA 16201
240 Arona Road
New Stanton, PA 15672
540 N. Harrison Road
Pleasant Gap, PA 16823
1620 River Road
Clearfield, PA 16830
1060 Zinns Quarry Road
York, PA 17404
Phoenixville-CAT Pickering Campus
1580 Charlestown Road
Phoenixville, PA 19460
8472 Allentown Pike
Blandon, PA 19510
166 Slocum Street
Forty Fort, PA 18704
445 Schoolhouse Road
Johnstown, PA 15904
339 Haymaker Road
Monroeville, PA 15146
One Hacc Drive
Harrisburg, PA 17110
11893 Technology Drive
Mill Creek, PA 17060
647 Evans City Road
Butler, PA 16001
2390 State Route 848
New Milford, PA 18834
1730 Hans Herr Drive
Willow Street, PA 17584
4525 Education Park Drive
Schnecksville, PA 18078
4500 Education Park Drive
Schnecksville, PA 18078
2215 Chaplin Avenue
Ford City, PA 16226
1333 S. Prospect Street
Nanticoke, PA 18634
2200 N. Irving Street
Allentown, PA 18109
346 York Road
Carlisle, PA 17013
264 Highland Park Blvd
Wilkes-Barre Township, PA 18702
5 Guttman Avenue
Charleroi, PA 15022
381 Wilson Mill Road
New Wilmington, PA 16142
4117 Pulaski Road
New Castle, PA 16101
1900 Corporate Center Drive East
Tobyhanna, PA 18466
3835 Green Pond Road
Bethleham, PA 18020
1127 West Fourth Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
131 Maple Avenue
Altoona, PA 16601
5 Allegheny County Airport
West Miffin, PA 15122
2300 Housels Run Road
Milton PA 17847
4219 Fritch Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18020
524 Braden School Road
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
7474 Columbia Blvd
Berwick, PA 18603
240 Arona Road
New Stanton, PA 15672
1580 Charlestown Road,
Phoenixville, PA 19460
18 E. Weidman Street
Lebanon, PA 17046
4500 Education Park Drive
Schnecksville, PA 18078
815 Market Street
New Berlin, PA 17855
STC Airport Campus
240 Airport Road
Pottsville, PA 17901
98 Grove Street
Dupont, PA 18641
103 E. Main Street
Norristown, PA 19401
4201 Tacony Street
Philadelphia, PA 19124
281 Technology Drive
Somerset, PA 15501
1846 Eagle Farms Road
Chester Springs, PA 19425
109 Trans American Road
Jermyn, PA 18433
7799 McHenry Street
Meadville, PA 16335
3661 Route 28 North
Brookville, PA 15825
401 E. Poland Avenue
Bessemer, PA 16112
5184 Spangler Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15236
115 3rd Street
Leetsdale, PA 15056
688 Western Avenue
Canonsburg, PA 15317
400 Mulberry Street
York, PA 17402
400 Mulberry Street
York, PA 17403
1. A. Duie Pyle Truck Driving Academy†
2. AAA School of Trucking
3. AAA School of Trucking
4. All State Career School†
5. All State Career School
6. Berks Technical Institute
7. Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
8. Bud Driving School
9. Central Westmoreland Career & Technology Center
10. Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science & Technology
11. Clearfield County Career & Technology Center
12. DCS School of Driving, LLC
13. Delaware County Community College
14. Don Sheetz, Inc. CDL Training
15. Fortis Institute
16. Greater Johnstown Career & Technology Center
17. Greater Johnstown Career & Technology Center
18. HACC-Central Pennsylvania’s Community College
19. Huntingdon County Career & Technology Center
20. Keystone Diesel Institute
21. Lackawanna College
22. Lancaster County Career & Technology Center
23. Lehigh Carbon Community College
24. Lehigh Career & Technical Institute†
25. Lenape Tech
26. Luzerne County Community College
30. Mon Valley Career & Technology Center
31. Moore CDL Truck Driving Academy, Inc.
32. New Castle School of Trades**
33. Northampton Community College†
34. Northampton Community College
35. Pennsylvania College of Technology
36. Pittsburgh Diesel Institute
37. Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics**
38. Professional Drivers Academy†
39. Roadmaster Drivers School
40. Robert Stowe Trucking
41. Sage Truck Driving School
42. Sage Truck Driving School
43. Sage Truck Driving School
44. Sage Truck Driving School†
45. Sage Truck Driving School†
46. Sage Truck Driving School
47. Schuylkill Technology Center†
48. Smith and Solomon Training Solutions
49. Smith and Solomon Training Solutions
50. Smith and Solomon Training Solutions
51. Somerset County Technology Center
52. Total Equipment Training
53. Trans American Technical Institute, Inc.†
54. Transport Tech
55. Transport Tech
56. Transport Tech
57. Transport Tech
58. Truck Technology Training
59. Western Area Career & Technology Center
60. York County School of Technology
61. Shelly Truck Driving School
† Truck driving school offers truck driver training programs that are certified to meet the standards of the Professional Truck Driver Institute (PTDI).
** Truck driving school is accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
Here is the state-mapped list of truck driving schools in Pennsylvania. The list of truck driving schools in Pennsylvania above matches the markers on the map below.
Map of Truck Driving Schools in Pennsylvania
|1. A. Duie Pyle Truck Driving Academy||650 Westtown Road, West Chester, PA 19381|
|2. AAA School of Trucking||442 E. Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19125|
|3. AAA School of Trucking||6003 Jonestown Road, Harrisburg, PA 17112|
|4. All State Career School||501 Seminole Street, Lester, PA 19029|
|5. All State Career School||1200 Lebanon Road, Suite 101, West Mifflin, PA 15122|
|6. Berks Career & Technology Center||2205 Ridgewood Road, Wyomissing, PA 19610|
|7. Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania||7474 Columbia Blvd, Unit C, Berwick, PA 18603|
|8. Bud Driving School||123 Crytzer Road, Kittanning, PA 16201|
|9. Central Westmoreland Career & Technology Center||240 Arona Road, New Stanton, PA 15672|
|10. Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science & Technology||540 N. Harrison Road, Pleasant Gap, PA 16823|
|11. Clearfield County Career & Technology Center||1620 River Road, Clearfield, PA 16830|
|12. DCS School of Driving, LLC||1060 Zinns Quarry Road, York, PA 17404|
|13. Delaware County Community College||Phoenixville-CAT Pickering Campus, 1580 Charlestown Road, Phoenixville, PA 19460|
|14. Don Sheetz, Inc. CDL Training||8472 Allentown Pike, Blandon, PA 19510|
|15. Fortis Institute||166 Slocum Street, Forty Fort, PA 18704|
|16. Greater Johnstown Career & Technology Center||445 Schoolhouse Road, Johnstown, PA 15904|
|17. Greater Johnstown Career & Technology Center||Monroeville Campus, 339 Haymaker Road, Suite 202, Monroeville, PA 15146|
|18. HACC-Central Pennsylvania's Community College||One Hacc Drive, Harrisburg, PA 17110|
|19. Huntingdon County Career & Technology Center||11893 Technology Drive, Mill Creek, PA 17060|
|20. Keystone Diesel Institute||647 Evans City Road, Bldg. 101, Butler, PA 16001|
|21. Lackawanna College||The School of Petroleum & Natural Gas, 2390 State Route 848, New Milford, PA 18834|
|22. Lancaster County Career & Technology Center||1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street, PA 17584|
|23. Lehigh Carbon Community College||4525 Education Park Drive, Schnecksville, PA 18078|
|24. Lehigh Career & Technical Institute||4500 Education Park Drive, Schnecksville, PA 18078|
|25. Lenape Tech||2215 Chaplin Avenue, Ford City, PA 16226|
|26. Luzerne County Community College||1333 S. Prospect Street, Nanticoke, PA 18634-3899|
|27. Mon Valley Career & Technology Center-PIA||5 Guttman Avenue, Charleroi, PA 15022|
|28. Moore CDL Truck Driving Academy, Inc.||381 Wilson Mill Road, New Wilmington, PA 16142|
|29. New Castle School of Trades||4117 Pulaski Road, New Castle, PA 16101|
|30. Northampton Community College||1900 Corporate Center Drive East, Suite 100, Tobyhanna, PA 18466|
|31. Northampton Community College||3835 Green Pond Road, Bethleham, PA 18020|
|32. Pennsylvania College of Technology||Center for Business and Workforce Development, 1127 West Fourth Street, Williamsport, PA 17701|
|33. Pittsburgh Diesel Institute||131 Maple Avenue, Altoona, PA 16601|
|34. Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics-Jump Start||5 Allegheny County Airport, West Miffin, PA 15122|
|35. Professional Drivers Academy||2300 Housels Run Road, Milton PA 17847|
|36. Robert Stowe Trucking||524 Braden School Road, Beaver Falls, PA 15010|
|37. Sage Corporate Office (NO CDL TRAINING)||4242 Carlisle Pike, Suite 177, Camp Hill, PA 17011|
|38. Sage Truck Driving School||Bloomsburg University, 7474 Columbia Blvd, Unit C, Berwick, PA 18603|
|39. Sage Truck Driving School||West Moreland Career & Technology Center, 240 Arona Road, New Stanton, PA 15672|
|40. Sage Truck Driving School||Chester County IU, 1580 Charlestown Road, Phoenixville, PA 19460|
|41. Sage Truck Driving School||Lebanon County Career School, 18 E. Weidman Street, Lebanon, PA 17046|
|42. Sage Truck Driving School||Lehigh Career & Technical Institute, 4500 Education Park Drive, Schnecksville, PA 18078|
|43. Sage Truck Driving School||Sun Area Technical Institute, 815 Market Street, New Berlin, PA 17855|
|44. Schuylkill Technology Center||STC Airport Campus, 240 Airport Road, Pottsville, PA 17901|
|45. Smith & Solomon Training Solutions||98 Grove Street, Dupont, PA 18641|
|46. Smith & Solomon Training Solutions||103 E. Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401|
|47. Smith & Solomon Training Solutions||4219 Richmond Street, Philadelphia, PA 19137|
|48. Somerset County Technology Center||281 Technology Drive, Somerset, PA 15501|
|49. Total Equipment Training||1846 Eagle Farms Road, Chester Springs, PA 19425|
|50. Trans American Technical Institute, Inc.||109 Trans American Road, Jermyn, PA 18433|
|51. Transport Tech||7799 McHenry Street, Meadville, PA 16335|
|52. Transport Tech||3661 Route 28 N, Brookville, PA 15825|
|53. Transport Tech||401 E. Poland Avenue, Bessemer, PA 16112|
|54. Transport Tech||5184 Spangler Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15236|
|55. Truck Technology Training||115 3rd Street, Leetsdale, PA 15056|
|56. Western Area Career & Technology Center||688 Western Avenue, Canonsburg, PA 15317|
|57. York County School of Technology||400 Mulberry Street, York, PA 17402|
|58. Shelly Truck Driving School||400 Mulberry Street, Suite 2, York, PA 17403|
How to Choose the Best Truck Driving Schools in Pennsylvania
Most truck driving schools in Pennsylvania train their students by following the same basic curriculum. In the classroom, students are taught what they need to know to pass the written knowledge test when they go to obtain their Pennsylvania commercial drivers license. This includes coursework in:
- The driving laws and safety regulations as they pertain to truck driving in the state of Pennsylvania.
- The different mechanical and safety parts of a semi.
- The various driving techniques needed to competently operate a tractor trailer.
In the training yard, students observe and practice operating a tractor trailer using the techniques they were taught in the classroom, so that they will be prepared to pass the pre-trip inspection and the driving test when they go to obtain their Pennsylvania commercial drivers license.
That’s basically it. There may be minor differences in how the coursework is handled from school to school but, the end objective is always the same; train students to become safe, knowledgeable, and highly qualified commercial truck drivers who are ready to obtain their Pennsylvania CDL and begin their truck driving career.
With that being said, there are a few things you will need to take into careful consideration when choosing a truck driving school in Pennsylvania. The decision you make could lead you on the path to a great learning experience or a dead end disaster. Although they teach the same thing, not all truck driving schools are the same.
Of all the factors you need to consider when deciding between truck driving schools in Pennsylvania, the tuition cost will invariably be near the top of the list. Let’s face it, the final decision you make will determine the quality of training you receive and the amount of money you pay to receive that training. Although price is not necessarily the most important factor when choosing a truck driving school, it is still very important. In the real world, you get what you pay for. The same holds true when it comes to education and vocational training. Now, don’t get me wrong. There may be a few truck driving schools in Pennsylvania that charge an outrageous amount of money for mediocre training. Remember, a truck driving school is a business, and like any other business, it is in business to make a profit so that it can stay open. Like any other business, there are good ones and there are bad ones. On average, CDL training in Pennsylvania should cost somewhere between $2,500 and $4,500. There is usually a $500 difference in pricing between competing truck driving schools in the same general location. If the difference in price between schools in the same location is more or less than $500, you may want to do some research and find out why one school charges much more than the others. Here are some questions you may want to find the answers to when doing your research:
- Is their equipment more modern than the other truck driving schools in Pennsylvania?
- Do they only train students in simulators or in tractor trailers?
- How much “behind the wheel” time do they give their students?
- Do they have more instructors on their payroll?
- Do they have larger class sizes and, therefore, more wear and tear on their trucks, and higher fuel expenses?
- Do they have more trucks for the students to train on than the other truck driving schools in Pennsylvania?
- Do they go above and beyond the state minimum “required hours of training”?
- Are they accredited by the Professional Truck Driver Institute?
- Are they accredited by the Better Business Bureau?
- Do they award student scholarships or participate in state and federal grant programs?
- Do they have a more successful job placement program than the other truck driving schools in Pennsylvania?
If the answer to these questions invariably comes up as “no”, then that school is most likely charging students more money for no other reason than to make a higher profit.
Almost all truck driving schools in Pennsylvania offer financial aid. Student financial aid can help lower the cost of attending school. Many truck driving schools in Pennsylvania actively participate in state and federal grant programs and even give out scholarships for academic excellence. Student loans are also available for those who qualify. Fill out the Federal Application for Student Financial Aid (FAFSA) and check with the financial aid office of the school to see if there are any available student grants, scholarships, or loans you may qualify for if you decide to attend.
When deciding between truck driving schools in Pennsylvania, be wary of any school that promises to get you trained and on the road in two weeks or less. Not only is this unrealistic, it is also unsafe. Commercial driver training should take anywhere from three weeks to three months to complete. There are two main factors that will determine the length of a school’s CDL training program. They are:
- Full-time vs. Part-time training.
- State mandated regulations.
Full-time training programs will usually be much shorter since the students will be going to class and training five days a week. Part-time classes will usually be longer since the students will only be training on nights and weekends. Another factor that will determine the length of a school’s CDL training program is the minimum amount of hours a student is required to train both in the classroom and in the yard. Some states require students to acquire a minimum of 160 hours of CDL training while other states do not. If a truck driving school promises to train you and get you ready to take your CDL tests in a week… RUN!… in the other direction! These type of schools are called “CDL mills” and they are only out to take your money and get you out the door as fast as possible so they can exploit a new batch of unsuspecting students. Trust me, learning how to safely and competently operate a tractor trailer takes longer than seven days. Passing the CDL tests and obtaining your commercial drivers license doesn’t make you a well-trained truck driver anymore than getting a hunting license makes you a great hunter.
Location, location, location. In a perfect world, the best truck driving school would be the school that is closest to where you live. Unfortunately, we don’t live in a perfect world and so, you may have to travel some distance to get the best CDL training in Pennsylvania. Think of it as job preparation. If you can’t even handle the daily commute to truck driving school then, maybe you’re pursuing the wrong profession. If the best truck driving school is hours away or in another state, then obviously you’ll have to take living expenses into account. Some truck driving schools provide room and board for an added expense and may put you up in a hotel until your training is complete. One more thing to consider. If you do decide to attend a truck driving school outside the state of Pennsylvania, be sure to read up on the rules and regulations for transferring your out of state CDL to the state of Pennsylvania. You may have to simply fill out a few forms or you may have to retake the written test, the driving test, or both. Also, make sure that the amount of hours you will receive during your out-of-state CDL training will meet the minimum required hours for obtaining your CDL in the state of Pennsylvania.
Behind the Wheel Time
Probably one of the single most important factors to consider when choosing a truck driving school is how much “behind the wheel” drive time they give their students. Not simulator time or passenger seat observation time but, shifting, steering, braking, backing up, and parking time. Remember, most truck driving school students have never even been inside a semi. Driving a tractor trailer competently and confidently takes practice, practice, and more practice. The amount of drive time a school gives their students directly impacts the price of tuition because of the expenses involved. It will also impact how well you can drive a tractor trailer when you graduate.
Ratio of Instructors to Students
First of all, when you attend a truck driving school, you are paying for an education. You can’t get an education unless you are given instruction, and you can’t get instruction without an instructor. Paying hundreds or thousands of dollars to a school to be “self-taught” would be just plain dumb. But, in essence, that’s what you are doing if the truck driving school you attend has too many students and too few instructors. Almost all truck driving schools in Pennsylvania are set up the same way. There is a building where students are given classroom instruction and there is a training yard where students are given driving instruction. In order to keep costs down and profits up, some schools will have four or five students sitting in the cab with the instructor instead of one-on-one instruction. They may also have multiple students training behind the wheel of two or three semis at the same time while the instructors walk from truck to truck, educating the students on the right way and wrong way to maneuver the vehicle. While being behind the wheel and getting some drive time is a good thing, not having one-on-one instruction the entire time can be very detrimental to your ability to learn how to maneuver a tractor trailer correctly. In order to learn a skill, you must practice it over and over again until it becomes “second nature”. The problem is, if you are practicing something the wrong way, you will eventually be ingrained with bad habits, and it is a well known fact that it is harder to get rid of bad habits than it is to pick them up in the first place.
The instructors are the cornerstone of any truck driving school. Without instructors, all you have is a building with a bunch of books, and a parking lot full of tractor trailers. It is the instructors that will ultimately make you or break you. A good truck driving school will have good instructors, and good instructors will be knowledgeable, experienced, nurturing, and enthusiastic about what they’re teaching.
If you are paying thousands of dollars for an education, you want to learn from the best, and the best instructors become the best at what they are teaching through years of experience. Would you want to be taught by someone who just graduated from truck driving school a year ago? Of course not. You want to be trained by someone who knows what it’s like to have to maneuver a 53 foot rig through a crowded city, or what it’s like to carry a five ton load over hilly terrain, or what it takes to beat the clock and deliver a time sensitive load on time. You want instructors who will not only lecture but will also listen. Instructors who will listen to your questions and to your concerns. Instructors who will take the time to help you catch up with the rest of the class if you happen to learn at a slower pace. Instructors who are there because they want to be, not because they have to be. They should be up-to-date with all the industry trends and regulations.
Before you shell out thousands of dollars to a truck driving school, set up an appointment to tour the school and meet the instructors. Before you arrive at the school, write down any questions you would like to ask the instructors about the program and about their experience in the field of truck driving. Talk to some of the students and ask them if they’re pleased with the instructors, the program, and the equipment. You may want to schedule a tour towards the end of the school’s semester so the students can give you a good review of their training experience.
Some truck driving schools in Pennsylvania have been accredited by the Professional Truck Driver Institute or PTDI. The Professional Truck Driver Institute
is a non-profit organization that advocates truck-driver training standards, driver professionalism, and safety. They introduced a uniform skill performance, curriculum, and certification standard in 1989 in order to raise the bar on the truck driver training process. Although it isn’t necessary to be accredited by the PTDI in order to be a reputable truck driving school, only reputable truck driving schools are accredited by the PTDI, as it is an expensive and stringent process to become PTDI accredited.
Since truck driving schools in Pennsylvania are businesses and therefore, should be held accountable for their business practices and ethics, you may want to check to see what kind of rating or reviews a school has received by the Better Business Bureau. Do they have an “A” rating or an “F” rating? Do they have any unresolved complaints that have been brought forth by the students of the school? Is the school accredited by the Better Business Bureau? Truck driving schools in Pennsylvania that are BBB accredited must commit to a high standard of honesty and fairness in order to receive an “A” rating. BBB accreditation isn’t necessary to make a truck driving school a great school but, it does show that the school takes its business practices very seriously and holds itself accountable to a higher standard.
Let’s face it, the main reason for going to truck driving school is to get a good paying job when you graduate. How successful a school is in getting their graduates good paying jobs with reputable trucking companies is one of the main factors to consider when choosing a truck driving school. If a school’s job placement program has a low success rate, then you may want to consider going to a trucking school with a higher job placement rate. There are many reputable trucking companies in Pennsylvania that will hire graduates with little to no truck driving experience if they graduated from a reputable truck driving school.
You want your truck driving school experience to be educational, beneficial, and fun. Choose the right school and it will be. Choose the wrong one, and your truck driving career could stall before it even starts.
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