United States Truck Driving School Can Help You Begin a New Career

Start Your Career in Truck Driving in Colorado 

United States Truck Driving School offers a variety of CDL training programs to help you start a new trucking career. Students have the opportunity to learn everything from basic CDL skills test preparation and CDL refresher courses to extensive career programs. Each driver training program gives students a “hands-on” familiarity with the modern transportation equipment used today.

Our mission is to improve lives by giving all trucking school students the opportunity to pursue a driving career. The goal is to have students successfully complete truck driving school, pass the CDL driving test, and land a job. Because of this, students leave with the professional driving skills and confidence that employers recognize and value. With our CDL training, students obtain the necessary qualifications to land a job as a professional entry-level driver.

We hope students experience the Security, Prestige, Income, Challenge, and Environment (SPICE) as a result of our driver training programs. It is the SPICE that gives them the opportunity to earn a good income while seeing this wonderful country like they have always dreamed of.

Individualized Driver Training at Denver and Colorado Springs Trucking School

We pride ourselves on giving students individualized CDL training. In the classroom, there is one instructor for every 21 students. For the laboratory and range training, there is one instructor for every six students. During street training, one instructor always accompanies one student driver and two student observers.

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Our truck driving school students are at an advantage because they train at two of the most modern facilities in the country. The Denver truck driving school campus is conveniently located in the city of Wheat Ridge; approximately 10 minutes west of downtown, adjacent to Interstate 70. The other campus is in Colorado Springs, about 20 minutes south of downtown Colorado Springs and 20 minutes north of the city of Pueblo. The Colorado Springs truck driving school is near exit 118 on I-25. Students practice their skills on these driving ranges and on local roads and interstate highways.

Students at our truck driving school learn through our great resources and modern, well-maintained equipment. Our driver resources include a student manual, instructional videos, and the DOT manual. Individuals get comfortable filling out practice logs, daily logbooks, and using overheads for braking systems. Finally, students learn defensive driving skills and operate several tractor-trailer combination vehicles in the driver training programs.

How to Pay for Colorado Truck Driving School

Financing for tuition is available to those who qualify. Trucking school applicants are encouraged to ask for details when they enroll. Students have the opportunity to receive loans or enroll in state or local financial assistance programs. We also offer several educational and financial assistance programs to assist veterans and active service members, reservists, dependents, and spouses. Eligible students may use WorkForce WIOA programs, Vocational Rehabilitation, Veterans Affairs – Post 911 GI Bill®, and Scholarship Programs.

Our truck driving school is open to in-state and out-of-state students, with the tuition rates being the same for both. While we do not provide student housing, our staff can help out-of-state students find suitable and affordable housing.

Job Search Assistance for Trucking School Graduates

Once our students successfully complete their driver training program, they gain access to our Job Placement services. The Placement Office assists students in sending job applications, preparing for interviews, and networking. As an industry leader, United States Truck Driving School, Inc. is able to help students get jobs with some of the largest and most respected companies in the country.

As students search for trucking jobs, they find that those with professional driver training are more likely to be paid higher salaries. A new driver, for instance, earns between $45,000 and $55,000 the first year. Commonly, drivers then earn upwards of $60,000 with a year or two of experience. Companies are willing to pay good money for a trained driver they believe will be a long-term employee.

Our representatives are available to further explain your trucking career options. They can give you more information about driver pay and benefits, such as tuition reimbursement. Their knowledge can help trucking school students learn the difference between local, long-haul, short-haul, team driving, and independent owner-operator. We want to provide valuable information that allows our CDL training students to find the best career path for them.

Our Truck Driving School Success and Student Satisfaction

Founded by former Indy Car Driver Johnny Mauro in 1959, United States Truck Driving School, Inc. has become known for its leadership role in the trucking industry because of our highest training standards. We are pleased to report that we have been a Better Business Bureau Accredited Business since May 1983, with an excellent A+ rating.

We bring value, satisfaction, and results to our driver training customers. Our large library of customer reviews will allow you to explore various student experiences at United States Truck Driving School, Inc.

Ready to Take the Next Step? Call Us at (303) 848-8443 or contact us today to Get Your New Truck Driving Career in Gear!
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