Class B Training
A Class B CDL allows you to operate single vehicles of any size, or vehicles towing a trailer with a weight of 10,000 pounds or less. This license is suitable for those who want to operate lighter trucks and trailers. Training for a Class B CDL is not as lengthy as for Class A due to the smaller number of vehicles included in its licensed operation.
Our Class B training is 48 hours of real-world preparation designed to give you proficiency in operating light trucks. Our training breaks down like this:
- 20 hours of classroom instruction to provide you with practical knowledge of rules of the road and vehicle operation safety
- 14 hours of street driving training to give you confidence in vehicle handling and operation
- 4 hours of training for backing maneuvers to ensure that you can operate the vehicle safely when driving in reverse
- 4 hours of proficiency development designed to help you master these essential techniques in order to be successful as a truck driver
- 6 hours of combined lab training, range training, and observation to successfully coach you to pass the licensing exam
Class B training takes place over the course of 6 days with 8 hours per day of training. This flexibility allows you to get the training you need while still being able to take care of your day-to-day tasks and activities.
Below is a list of our training dates for 2015 for Class B CDL licensing.
Before you contact us to register, please take a look at the prerequisites for obtaining a CDL to ensure that you qualify.