CDL Courses and Fees

How does a flexible truck driver training program sound?

Your choice: Individual Driving Lessons or Complete CDL Training Programs

There are A LOT of trucking schools across America and most of them operate the same way: students are required to begin training at 6 a.m. on a Monday, and they’re asked to stay until a specified time. Nice prison. CDL College takes a different approach, one that accommodates your lifestyle and schedule. Read on.

Your private, qualified, professional trainer will guide you all the way to your CDL Skills Test.

Take as many private driving lessons as you need. When you're ready, take the CDL Skills Test.

No need to have your CDL permit before getting started. Try a no-obligation lesson. If you like being behind the wheel of a big rig, you can meet with a CDL College rep to discuss your training schedule.

Proceed at your own pace. Your private instructor will assist you with mastering the Pre-Trip Inspection, Backing Maneuvers, and driving techniques needed to pass your CDL Skills Test.

Call Aaron for more information: 303-356-2625

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Pick a Program

One Lesson
Class A or B

Class B

Class A


$1500 $3450

Number of 2 Hour Lessons

1 6 15

Set Your Own Schedule

Yes Yes Yes

One-on-One Training

Yes Yes Yes

CDL Test Included

No Yes Yes

Training Certificate

No Yes Yes

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One Lesson CDL B CDL A

How Do I get a CDL?

1) Pass a DOT Physical. Call Debra Eggleston for DOT Physicals in Denver.

2) Study for your CDL Permit. Study here for FREE and take your written test at Motor Vehicles.

3) Attend CDL College

4) Pass your CDL Skills Test at CDL College

5) Sign up with Gary's Job Board for a better driving job.