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Get quick answers to common queries at Mayle Trans Truck Driving School with our FAQs. Find valuable insights into our programs, procedures, and more

  • What is the difference between Class A and Class B licenses?
    Class A allows you to drive a combination of vehicles, including tractor-trailers, while Class B is for single-unit vehicles like buses and delivery trucks.
  • How long does it take to get a CDL?
    Duration varies, but our Certified Course is a 160-hour program. Check program details for specific timelines.
  • Can I enroll if I've never driven a truck before?
    Absolutely! Our programs cater to beginners and experienced drivers alike.
  • What documents do I need to enroll?
    Typically, you'll need a valid driver's license, a high school diploma or equivalent, and meet any specific program requirements.
  • How do I schedule a campus tour?
    Contact our admissions office to arrange a convenient time for a campus tour.
  • Can I start training on any Monday?
    Yes, we start a new class every Monday. Contact us to secure your spot.
  • Does the school help with job placement after graduation?
    Yes, we provide job placement assistance, connecting you with potential employers.
  • Can I choose my preferred trucking company for employment?
    While we provide guidance, the final choice depends on your preferences and the hiring policies of the companies.
  • What endorsements can I get with the training?
    Depending on the program, you can obtain endorsements like HAZMAT or Tanker certifications.
  • How much time is spent on the road during training?
    A significant portion of the training involves hands-on road practice, ensuring you're well-prepared.
  • Are training vehicles equipped with modern technology?
    Yes, our training vehicles are equipped with the latest technology to provide a comprehensive learning experience.
  • What happens if I fail a test during training?
    We offer support and retests as needed, ensuring you grasp the material and skills required.
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