Now with nearly 20 years in business, Southwest Truck Driver Training continues to improve and modify our curriculum and programs in order to meet current industry needs. Through things we learn in our daily operations, as well as both student and staff feedback, we continue to make improvements on a regular basis. Southwest's Road and Range Training is conducted in modern equipment using multiple transmissions, as well as empty and loaded dry van and flatbed trailers. All range training and CDL testing is done on site and in the surrounding area, making Southwest Truck Driver Training a true school-to-work truck driver training facility.
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Southwest Truck Driver Training is licensed by the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division and Nevada Department for Motor Vehicles for Class A, B, C, and Bus Training, and employ 3rd Party Testers for on-site CDL testing.
The Class A Commercial Driver License program is designed to provide each student with a basic knowledge of the requirements for a commercial driver’s license and pursue entry-level employment in the trucking industry as a driver. Southwest Truck Driver Training’s program is structured to give you sufficient behind-the-wheel driving time for the development of the practical skills necessary to obtain a Class A CDL and begin your trucking career.
As a student of our Class A CDL program, you’ll: