For many people, changing careers is not an option; they simply can’t afford to. Training can appear to be expensive if you’re on a limited income, so many people feel trapped doing the same low paid work day-after-day. You can escape, and it’s not really that difficult, especially if you decide on a truck driving career.
To become a truck driver, you need to attend a truck driver training school to learn how to drive a truck, and to learn the rules and regulations that a truck driver needs to follow. Once you have completed your training, you can complete a truck driving examination by your state authorities. If you pass, you will be rewarded with a commercial drivers license – the license you require to drive on the open road.
There are several options available to those looking to change careers. There are state and federal programs that you may be eligible for, military benefits for those who are now, or have in the past, served in the military. You can also finance your training through credit channels, and that’s where we can help. You can access our financial assistance service by filling out a simple application form.
If your application is successful, your financial assistance will cover the cost of your tuition, housing and CDL fees with an easy and affordable repayment scheme. Truck driver wages are good compared to many other occupations making it easier to meet your repayment obligations. Our graduates go on to long and successful careers as truck drivers – in the long run, your investment in truck driver training will appear to be small and well worth the effort.