LOOKING AT STARTING A NEW CAREER?
Thousands of people every year decide that they will become the next professional drivers on the road. This career opens up opportunities and allows for flexibility in your future endeavors that will give you freedom in your day to day life. Be a part of the elite drivers on the road by getting your Class A or Class B CDL. If you have a passion for driving or want to kickstart a new career, Midwest Truck Driving School offers one of the finest tractor trailer CDL training programs in the country, serving the Midwest since 1998. Be apart of the elite, call today!!
Midwest Truck Driving School was started in 1998 and has since graduated over 2,000 students with their Class A CDL's. We offer state of the art equipment, industry specific training semi-trucks, and instructors that have a passion for teaching the industries next professional drivers. We'll be there from the first day to the last day when you pass the CDL test and receive your Midwest Truck Driving School certificate.
Midwest Truck Driving School is dedicated to training people to be the best professional drivers that can succeed anywhere in the country. We take pride in everything we do with safety being our number one priority. Training students for over 20 years has given us extensive knowledge about the ever-changing trucking industry and the expectations that need to be met. We never leave anyone behind and stand by you until you receive your Class A CDL.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT
Midwest Truck Driving School is unique because we teach you much more than just what you need to know to get your CDL. At Midwest you'll learn about the trucking industry inside and out. You'll meet many recruiters that want to hire you right after you graduate. You'll also get to talk to some of the finest professional truck drivers on the road today and meet many other trucking specific professionals in the area. Here are some other things you'll receive from Midwest Truck Driving School:
Straight line back, offset, and alley dock training
Extensive on the road hands on experience (8 speed, 10 speed, and 13 speed manual transmissions)
Electronic Logging Device (ELD) training (Qualcomm, Rand McNally, and PeopleNet)
Bridge Law (weight, height, and length restrictions)
Coupling/ uncoupling, drop and hooks
FMCSA rules and regulations, CSA and MVR reports