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CDL Schools

With a driver shortage that continues to grow each year, there is a high demand for truckers and drivers can make more than $66,000 a year.* At Phoenix Truck Driving School, it is our goal to help you earn your commercial driver’s license (CDL) and start your career in this growing industry. We have multiple locations and while the training programs vary slightly, each one offers a top-notch education with experienced instructors. In addition, our CDL schools offer job placement assistance so you can have a job set up before you graduate.
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Albuquerque, NM

Phoenix Truck Driving School is the only CDL training program in Albuquerque that shares its location with a trucking company, Swift. This allows you to observe the daily activity at a real freight terminal. It also means that multiple truck drivers pass through the campus and are able to answer your questions and share their experiences with life on the open road.

Accelerated CDL Training

The Albuquerque campus offers accelerated truck driver training that will get you on the road in as little as four weeks. During the first week, you will be in a classroom setting. In addition to covering information for the standard CDL license test, you will learn information for the air brakes test and three endorsements: doubles/triples, hazardous materials (hazmat), and tanker.

After you pass the CDL test, you will gain experience operating a tractor-trailer under the supervision of skilled instructors. It is our goal to give you the confidence you need to safely operate a commercial vehicle. You will become familiar with the cab as well as pre-trip and post-trip inspections. This prepares you for the skills test portion of the CDL exam.

El Paso, TX (Upcoming Location)

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Fort Bliss, TX

Our Fort Bliss campus exclusively serves active-duty military, veterans, and their families. We specialize in reintegration and can help you transition from military to civilian life. You will be able to earn your CDL while gaining valuable skills that will help you find a truck driving job. Many of our students even have offers before graduation. For those who qualify, it may be possible to take advantage of GI Bill® funding to attend our CDL school.

Classes at Fort Bliss

Over the course of eight weeks, you will gain valuable skills and knowledge to pass the CDL written and skills test. The first three weeks consist of classroom learning and the final five weeks involve hands-on training and supervised driving. During this time you will prepare for the air brakes portion of the exam and will have the opportunity to earn the following endorsements: doubles/triples, hazmat, tanker, and passenger, which is unique to the Fort Bliss school.

Kingman, AZ

We have partnered with Mohave Community College (MCC) to offer high-quality truck driver training in Kingman, AZ. Like any of our schools, you will learn from skilled instructors and will learn valuable skills over the course of this program.

Accelerated CDL Classes

Our Kingman school has a similar structure to other locations with a 160 hour program. During the first 40 hours, you will be in the classroom or online preparing to take the written CDL test. We cover material from the general knowledge exam as well as endorsement tests for hazmat, tanker, and doubles/triples. After you pass, you will transition into range training for the remainder of your time with us.

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Start Your Career at Our CDL School

Phoenix Truck Driving School is here to help you succeed in the trucking industry. No matter which location you attend, you can be confident that you are getting an excellent education.

Contact us today to learn more about our CDL schools.

*Professional truck drivers earn a mean annual wage of $46,370. The top 10% of truck drivers make more than $66,840 per year according to the 2019 Bureau of Labor Statistics.