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Military and Veteran Benefits at Phoenix Truck Driving Institute

August 10th, 2018 | Truck Driving, Veterans

Here at Phoenix Truck Driving Institute, we understand the challenges of reintegration after military service. Our CDL program thanks military service-members and veterans for their service by providing vocational training support. Use your transferable skills to get ready for a rewarding career in the trucking industry. Montgomery GI Bill This bill offers education benefits for more »

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How Driving Laws Vary from State to State

July 13th, 2018 | Truck Driving

In truck driving school, learning the rules of the road is an important part of your studies. However, it is important to note that in addition to national laws, each state has its own set of driving laws. As a driver, knowing both the national laws and the laws of the state in which you more »

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Will Self-Driving Trucks Take Over the Industry?

June 8th, 2018 | Truck Driving

There’s been a lot of buzz about autonomous vehicles lately. While the safety record of and public reactions to autonomous vehicles have been a mixed bag, the future of self-driving big rigs is actually pretty exciting. That’s because, contrary to popular belief, self-driving trucks are not expected to replace actual truck drivers. The industry will more »

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Surprising Benefits of a Trucking Career

April 6th, 2018 | Truck Driving Careers

Is an office job not quite right for you? For those with wanderlust and an inquisitive personality, a career in the trucking industry can offer surprising benefits. Drivers with CDLs—commercial driving licenses—are in high demand. This means you can look forward to job security and good starting wages, in addition to the following perks. You more »

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Where Do Truck Drivers Live?

March 23rd, 2018 | Truck Driving

Since truckers spend so much time on the road, you might wonder what they do when they’re not driving. Some truck drivers, especially those who drive more locally, like to enjoy a normal life at home with their families when they’re not on the job. Other drivers that don’t have the same kinds of commitments more »

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