Here at Saberlines Insurance Services, we try and bring you what you need to be successful. Whether it is the right coverage or the right information, and this here seems like a good way to start your career as a commercial truck driver.
The link above will go to a application portal that will apply to several companies that provide company sponsored CDL training. Go there for more information on the companies and find out more through the requiters Trucking Truth is offering to put you in touch with.
If you need more information about the difference between private and company sponsored CDL training please go to the blog linked above.
Here are some excerpts from the blog to get you the information that we find most important.
What Is Paid CDL Training?
Paid CDL training, also known as company-sponsored CDL training, refers to truck driving schools which are owned and operated by trucking companies. These trucking companies will sponsor a student’s CDL training by paying for the up front costs of the training and paying the student during some or all of the training process.
In return for this sponsorship the student will sign a contract agreeing to work for the trucking company for a specified amount of time, normally between eight months and one year.
Some of the paid cdl training companies will require you to pay back the tuition during the contract period, others will not. Each program has their own unique setup so you’ll want to do some research and explore the different offerings from each company.
We have a complete list of Paid CDL Training Program Reviews so check those out if you decide to go this route.
What Is Private CDL Training?
Private CDL training is a truck driving school that is owned and operated independently of any trucking companies. These are often family owned schools or they are offered by a community college.
Private CDL training must be paid for by the student up front. Upon graduation the student is free to go to work for any trucking company that is willing to hire them. They will not be under contract or have any restrictions on where they go to work.