At Phoenix Truck Driving Institute, we’re not just teaching our students how to pass the CDL exam. We’re giving them the knowledge and resources they need to build a rewarding career with plenty of opportunities for advancement. After you graduate from our truck driving school, you’ll be ready to pursue a career as a solo or team driver, and as a local, regional, or over-the-road (OTR) driver. Someday, you might even rejoin our driving school as a truck driver instructor!

Our Students

Our students come from all walks of life. We accept almost anyone who is willing to learn, provided he or she can meet the eligibility requirements to become a CDL holder. Many of our students are military servicemembers, veterans, or military spouses. Phoenix Truck Driving Institute provides a welcoming, supportive environment for reintegration into civilian life. You’ll find that many of the skills you acquired in the military will serve you well throughout your new career as a truck driver. Our admission experts will be happy to answer your questions about using your GI Bill benefits to enroll in our school.

Our Programs

It typically takes four years to earn an undergraduate degree. At Phoenix Truck Driving Institute, you can earn your CDL in as few as four weeks. We have classes starting every other Monday. During your program, you’ll have a combination of classroom instruction and hands-on training. Our school also offers refresher courses, road testing, and class A and B bus training and testing.

Our Career Opportunities

All of our graduates receive lifetime job placement assistance. Phoenix Truck Driving Institute is proud to partner with DSW, a well-respected carrier. When you graduate and earn your CDL, you can pursue an interview with DSW and other carriers to discuss job opportunities. It’s possible for a professional driver with OTR routes to earn up to $40,000 during the first year.

 

Take the next step toward becoming a fully qualified CDL holder. Call Phoenix Truck Driving Institute at (877) 295-5372 today!

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