Questions The Professional CDLA Driver Training Institute Expert can answer:

1. My Friend told me that some companies will train me for free. Is this true? 
A: While some companies advertise that hey will rain you for free (or pay you to train) it is rarely the case. In the agreement with these companies you will find that id you don't complete the training for any reason and you don't work for the company for a set period of time (usually from 1 to 2 years) they will charge you not only for the training but also for any charges you may have incurred (such as housing or meals). These charges can be $8000 or more even if you don'[t end up getting your CDL.

B: Free Training is rarely worth what your pay for it.

2. How much can I expect to pay for training? 
A: A the Driver Training Institute we know that every student is unique and we work with them to meet their needs and address their individual financial circumstances. For many students training can coast as little as $23 an hour in our standard training programs and we have several different payment options available.

3. Should I really have to pay for training to get a job? 
A: Doctor's, attorney's, teachers and other professionals all paid for the education needed to enter the career fired they have chosen. computer Even welders, mechanics, and computer technicians pay for the training to be successful in a long term career.

4. How long does it take to train for a successful career in the Transportation Industry?
A: The Driver Training Institute has several different schedules to meet students needs. Our two most popular programs will get you on the road to success and 10 weeks for those who attend our weekend classes.