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160 Driving Academy - Jacksonville

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CDL Certification Training

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Before you're able to drive a commercial truck, you'll need CDL training to prepare for the test. 160 Driving Academy offers the affordably priced, individualized instruction you need to pass your exam with flying colors and begin your career.

So first of all, what does Commercial Driver's License (CDL) training consist of, and what will you be doing on a day-to-day basis in our four-week class? Training for the CDL can be completed in four 40-hour weeks. Your hours will be split between the following:

Classroom Instruction
The classroom portion takes up one-quarter of our four-week course and will teach you the rules and regulations of truck driving. In the classroom, you will receive all the information you need to pass the written portion of the Class A CDL exam.
Behind-the-Wheel Training
Experience behind the wheel is what separates a good driver from an unprepared one. Your training behind the wheel will include practice driving on our course as well as local roads, streets, and highways. Interstate routes will be included to prepare you for the exam, and you'll get many hours of observation experience to perfect your driving technique.

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CDL Class A Training

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Are you ready to earn your CDL Class A license? 160 Driving Academy will give you all the knowledge and practice you need with 4 weeks of instruction in the classroom and in-depth training behind the wheel. Our CDL Class A certification course will prepare you to drive a "Class A" truck in any US state. You will be thoroughly prepared for your exam after 40 hours in the classroom and practice driving on local and interstate roads. So first of all, what exactly is a CDL Class A license, and how can you use it to build a lucrative career?

Earning a CDL license for a Class A vehicle will allow you to drive a truck that is 26,001 pounds or more, including most tractor trailers. If you're towing another vehicle, that vehicle should weigh over 10,000 pounds. Because this definition includes so many commercial trucks, a Class A license is one of the most practical and popular licenses for new drivers. Please read on to learn more about the benefits of driving a Class A truck, and how 160 Driving Academy can prepare you for your exam.

CDL Class A Certification
Getting your Class A certification will help open the door to a higher salary and numerous opportunities for advancement in your field. The new drivers we graduate are in line for jobs with starting salaries of at least $46,850. Additional experience and endorsements can net you a salary of over $100,000! First and foremost, we provide the best CDL Class A training to make sure we always find our graduates the best jobs.

Our CDL training involves:

40 hours of classroom training Ð pass your written test with flying colors!
120 hours of experience driving in the yard, on local streets, highways, and interstate roads which includes both behind the wheel and observation time.
At 160 Driving Academy, we make getting your CDL license and starting a better career simpler than you ever thought possible. Don't delay, and give us a call now to begin the career you've been waiting for!

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CDL Refresher Course

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If you're getting ready to take your Commercial Driver's License (CDL) test again, the professionals at 160 Driving Academy are here to help! Perhaps it's been a little while since you last attempted the CDL exam, and you want to be certain that you'll be ready next time you take the test. If so, 160 Driving Academy is the school for you!

We provide 160 hours of quality instruction to our students across the USA. Our CDL refresher course will prepare you for both the written and behind-the-wheel portions of your exam. As one of the lowest costing CDL school, 160 can help you build a new career for yourself in an industry that pays an average salary of $46,850. Please read on to learn more!

CDL Preparation
160 Driving Academy has schools in dozens of locations across the USA, and our CDL refresher course is 40 hours a week and can be completed in four weeks. We're happy to accommodate students who are busy during the day and need night and weekend classes. Our CDL refresher course involves the following training:

40 hours of classroom training will more than prepare you for the written portion of your test. Our dedicated teachers will work with you closely to make sure that you pass.
Behind the Wheel
160 Driving Academy will help you practice your driving skills on local streets, highways, and busier interstate roads. You'll be prepared for your exam, which will require you to drive on different types of roads.
160 Driving Academy is completely committed to your success and will assist you in securing a job offer upon graduation. Don't delay your CDL preparation any longer; give us a call now to begin the career you've been waiting for! Check out our Facebook to learn more about the success of our graduates, or contact us to choose your training at any of our convenient school locations throughout the USA.

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CDL Test Preps

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In order to drive most commercial tractor trailers, you will need a Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL). Passing the CDL exam is required to drive a truck in every state. The CDL test is designed to ensure that all commercial drivers are experts in their field and meet all medical and safety requirements. In order to take the CDL exam and earn an unrestricted interstate CDL, you must meet the following requirements:

Be 21 years old
Provide a Medical Examiner's Report showing that you're healthy enough to drive a truck
Be licensed to drive a car
Have a valid Social Security Card
If you meet the above requirements, 160 Driving Academy is here and ready to help you prepare for your CDL test at one of our many campuses across the USA. If you are over 21 and have had no felonies, DUIs, or drug arrests in over 10 years, a commercial trucking company will likely offer you full tuition reimbursement upon graduation. Read on to learn more!

Preparing for A CDL Test
160 will prepare you for the written and driving portions of your truck driving test with the following training:

40 Hours of Classroom Training
120 hours of experience driving in the yard, on local streets, highways, and interstate roads which includes both behind the wheel and observation time.
After your classes are finished, you will take your driving test on the same roads and courses where you trained. We give you every advantage you need to pass your CDL exam and start the career of your dreams. Don't delayÑcall now or fill out our online form to get started by choosing your training at any of 160 Driving AcademyÕs 50+ school locations across the USA! Check out our Facebook for more information on 160 and the CDL test.

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9527 Regency Square Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32225
United States