Driver Training: Orientation

This unit will introduce you to the Combination Vehicle Driver Training Curriculum and the components of a combination vehicle. Your driver will learn the:

Cdl Introduction

There are three classes of cdl. A class "a" is a vehicle that pulls a trailer. The exact definition of a class "a"; any combination of motor vehicles with a gross combination weight rating of 26,001 or pounds or more provided the gvwr of towed vehicle is more than 10,001 pounds. A class "b" is the next class of cdl vehicle. The exact definition of a class "b"; any single vehicle with a gvwr of 26,001 pounds or more. A driver with a cdl b may not tow another vehicle that has a gvwr more than 10,001 pounds. A class "c" is the next class of cdl vehicle. The exact definition of a class "c"; any vehicle with a gvwr less than 26,001 pounds and was designed to transport 16 or more passengers or transports hazardous materials in placardable quantities. A driver with a cdl c may not tow another vehicle that has a gvwr more than 10,001 pounds.

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Student Driver Training Toolbox

driver-training

The course below is from the catalog. View the other courses in the online library.

This course is included in the Student Driver Training Toolbox. What is the Student Driver Training Toolbox? A box of tools to run your training program your way, with maximum efficiency. You can now track every aspect of student training electronically. Who can benefit from this system? Truck driving schools, delivery companies, bus lines, carriers, municipalities...any company that trains drivers.

Trucking Companies

Should use the service that we built for them: Safety as a Service, online driver training and recruiting. Same courses-different tools.