Frequently Asked Questions

Questions you Need to Ask Before Starting your CDL Training!

We know when deciding the best place for CDL Training, there are many factors to consider. We have created a list of frequently asked questions to help you decide which training option is best for you! 

Each student’s tuition will depend on the training program you pick and if you qualify for financial aid options. To learn more visit our Financial Aid webpage.
We have two locations in Denver, CO and Colorado Springs, CO. Both campuses offer all of our CDL training programs. To contact a specific location check out our Contact Us webpage.
United States Truck Driving School offers many different CDL training programs. Depending on which program you choose will determine the length of your training. To learn more please explore our CDL Training webpages.
United States Truck Driving School offers Job Placement assistance for careers in the trucking industry for its students and graduates in good standing with the school. We partner with several trucking company recruiters who routinely visit our campuses. We can also help with interviews, resumes, and the application processes. Visit our Job Placement webpage for more information.
To get started, please fill out the form on this page and one of our Admissions Representatives will contact you. You may also call to speak to a representative at the campus you are interested in. Learn more by visiting our Contact Us webpage.
No, at this point and time, none of our campuses provide housing options for students.
Tuition reimbursement is a payment option where trucking companies offer to pay back employees for education expenses. Usually, the tuition is paid out on a monthly basis as long as the driver remains employed at the company. We work with many trucking companies that offer tuition reimbursement. For more information, you can visit our Financial Aid webpage.
Yes. United States Truck Driving School is proud to participate in VA Educational programs that aid veterans, active duty military and even spouses and dependents in obtaining their CDL. Visit our Veterans webpage for more information.
No. Actually, most of our students rarely have any prior truck driving experience.
A Class A CDL training prepares students to land entry-level jobs as commercial truck drivers who will be able to drive over-the-road (OTR), regional, or local. A Class B CDL allows you to drive a single vehicle with a gross vehicle weight of more than 26,000 pounds such as a tow truck, dump truck, delivery truck, or a utility truck.
The Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) Mandate requires truck driving schools to satisfy the requirements set by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and Department of Transportation (DOT). Schools that receive this certification have incorporated an acceptable balance of classroom education and behind-the-wheel instruction into their training programs. The purpose of this mandate is to create an industry-wide standard for CDL training that leads to safer truck drivers. Students wanting to pursue their CDL must attend an ELDT certified school. If they don't, they won't be allowed to take the CDL test at the DMV.
The ELDT Mandate does not impact drivers who received their CDL or a CDL endorsement (such as passenger, hazardous materials, or bus driver) before February 7, 2022. Additionally, if you got your CLP before this date and renewed it or obtained your CDL before it expired, you do not need to complete ELDT certified training.


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