Did you serve our country in the military? Are you a veteran who has just come back from service and not sure what to do next? If you find the thought of becoming a truck driver appealing, then you should seriously consider pursuing it. But how? How can you suddenly jump into a new career? How can you build a career in truck driving from the ground up? We have helped many veterans start their new career as professional truck drivers.
What Does Veteran CDL Training Involve?
Veteran CDL training is like any other CDL training, it’s just available to all veterans. A typical Class A CDL training course will last for about 4 weeks, and involves both classroom and behind-the-wheel training. It gives you a solid understanding of the laws pertaining to truckers, and prepares you for actually driving a truck for a living. The road portions of the training offer invaluable practice. From there, you can take your CDL exam and get your license for the state of Oklahoma. You may need to pay some fees for the license itself (which may or may not be included in the cost of the training). If you still need more direction as to what to do next, feel free to get in touch with CDLOklahoma.com today. We’re here to help veterans just like you to get the CDL training they need. Call us at 1-800-TRUCKER to set out on your new career path!