Partner CDL School Focus: Roadmaster
Roadmaster Drivers School is a highly respected commercial driver's license training school with locations in 10 states. They have over 25 years of teaching experience and over 100,000 students have graduated their programs.
Some highlights of Roadmaster’s training includes:
4 week Class-A CDL program
New equipment (over 170 tractors with an average age of 2.5 years)
Career services like job placement
Many students are pre-hired during training
Student Review: “What a great learning experience I got at Roadmaster...they taught this old dog (51) many new tricks and shared their knowledge freely before, during, and after class time.” -- Shannon K
Admissions Advisors help students begin the screening and hiring process before they enroll. After enrollment, Roadmaster's Placement Associates work with their students, helping them choose the right company and job for them.
Roadmaster has a Career Services department that offers job placement assistance to their graduates. They review their graduates' applications and submit them to potential employers. These potential employers include major carriers like Werner, U.S. Xpress, Covenant Transport, Stevens Transport, and May Trucking Company.
Student Review: “This is the Harvard of Trucking Schools. I like how they help you find a company to go with before graduation or you can go with one you choose. Time well spent and definitely worth the sacrifice.” -- Johnny J
Roadmaster offers financial aid assistance for students who qualify. They also work with multiple trucking companies to offer tuition reimbursement programs. Some students may be eligible for scholarships, and Roadmaster will assist you in applying for these.
Roadmaster Drivers School is approved for veterans' training as well, so if you’re qualified, you'll be eligible for post-9/11 benefits to help cover the cost.
Student Review: “From the very beginning Roadmaster Driving school went out of their way to be helpful and worked hard to earn my trust! This is a group of excellent professionals! Not only did they get me through the financial approval, they also handled accommodations for my room and board!”-- Rick S
The CDL programs at Roadmaster take about a month to complete, and include classroom and driver training. In the classroom, you’ll learn about things like pre-trip inspection, vehicle controls and safety, hazard awareness, and transporting cargo. During the driving portion of your program, you’ll learn about visual pre-trip inspection, straight-line and trailer backing, drop and hook procedures, and driving in real-world conditions.
CDL Class-A Permit Training
CDL Class-A Driver Training
Fleet training programs are for Fortune 500 companies, small to midsize shippers and carriers, and large retailers. They can also help train drivers for specialized equipment fleets, private fleets, local municipalities, and utility companies.
Student Review: “Had a great experience here and the staff was very encouraging. They want you to learn and do their best to explain backing maneuvers, driving, and etc. They are always willing to answer all your questions...” --Mima B
Roadmaster has 14 campus locations across the U.S. from North Carolina to California.
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