The trucking industry has a shortage
of drivers! Over the next 10 years it is estimated that an additional
300,000 drivers will be needed!
- Find immediate employment
- Flexible short haul or long
your family security in a tough
Having YOUR CDL makes you a more
likely candidate in a competitive job market!
- Stand out by having your
Class A or B license
- Be able to operate virtually
any vehicle a job demands
- Give yourself the flexibility to
accept work that meets your
schedule; nights, weekends,
First Steps to Obtain Your
You must take and pass the 3 written tests:
- General Knowledge Test
- Combination Knowledge Test
- Air Brake Knowledge Test
These are multiple choice questions
You can pick up a CDL manual free at your local DMV Office and begin studying before you take the written test. Once you have studied for the tests call your local DMV office for the nearest DMV written test location. Once you have obtained your CDL permit call TCI at 573-450-1073 to make an appointment to rent our truck and trailer in order to take the pre-trip, skills, and over-the-road test with the state examiner’s office.
Once you have obtained your CDL Permit contact us at 573-450-1073 and set up a date to meet with one of our CDL drivers.
We will set your appointment up for 1:30 pm in the afternoon and meet you at
8:30 am that same day to go over the following:
#1 We will help you to become familiar with are truck and trailer so you will know what to say to the States Examiner regarding the pre-trip.
#2 We set up traffic cones in a paved parking lot in order for you to practice the various backing maneuvers you will be required to perform on your skills test
#3 We let you drive the test route that the State Examiner will take you on. This will give you more confidence when it comes to the over the road portion of the test.
- 5 hours of practice in Sikeston, MO
- Easy to handle Class A automatic trucks
- High visibility lowboy trailers
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