Winter weather...it's already here and next thing you know, it'll be the New Year!
Would you believe me when I say that doing your CDL training during Holiday season is the smartest thing to do?
Why? Because once you get done with your training in 3-4 weeks, you can head home to celebrate the Holidays. And once the New Year hits, you're ready to start your truck driving career. But that's not all!
Smaller Class Size = More Drive Time
Meeting lots of new people can be fun, but when it comes to learning a new skill, less people is better. Imagine this, you get the maximum time in the classroom and on the road to practice your skills and become confident in your ability to maneuver a 80 foot beast of a machine!
Not to mention, smaller class sizes = more one-on-one time with instructors. This can only benefit you in the end!
Truck Driving In Winter Weather
Winter weather driving is the most nerve racking time for new truck drivers. When you get your CDL license and take classes during the holiday season, you'll get hands on experience in different weather conditions before you even get your CDL. The amount of new drivers that ask advice on how to drive in severe winter weather conditions is crazy, and if I were them, I would be asking the same thing. But think about how much more relaxed you'll be if you get comfortable in winter driving during training. Needless to say, you'll be one step ahead and more prepared than the others. If you're ready to get your truck driving career started as soon as possible, apply now to speak with one of our friendly recruiters. We will get you assigned to the nearest truck driving school to be on your way to grab your CDL License and hit the road!
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Driver Solutions can help you get the CDL training you need to become a truck driver. Just take a few moments to complete our online driver application now and we'll work to find a trucking school near you!