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CDL Class B




CDL Class B License - Theory

The CDL - Commercial Driver's License - Class B theory course is designed to prepare students to earn a Class B License and operate straight trucks such as: short-haul delivery trucks, construction and excavating vehicles and trucks used in the sand mining, concrete, or other similar industries. The classroom instruction will better prepare the student to complete the state and federal required CDL written test. Industry approved materials will give the student the background information on rules of the road, vehicle inspections and systems overview, safe driving techniques, and cargo documentation among other topics. The CDL B Behind the wheel course is a separate course.

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CDL Class B License - Behind-the-Wheel

Professional drivers are responsible for the safe and efficient delivery of goods. This course will prepare you for that through a driving simulator and behind-the-wheel activities. The course includes an introduction to the industry, vehicle inspections and systems overview, safe driving techniques, cargo documentation and employer/employee relations. The Class B license does not allow a driver to operate tractor-trailers or other combination vehicles. A student must have their Class B permit before starting this course.

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