Truck Driving Schools
   There are literally hundreds of truck driving schools across the country, each with different programs.  As with any business, there are good ones and there are bad ones.  But you have to know what to look for in a trucking school.
  There are essentially
three different types of truck driver training programs.  The first is a private school, the second is a public institution and the third is a training program run by a motor carrier.
 

Truck Driving School Enrollment
 
Class A: Class A licenses are required for vehicle combinations with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of greater than 26,000 pounds that is towed by a vehicle with a GVWR in excess of 10,000 pounds. Class A drivers are able to operate class B and C vehicles as well.

Class B: Class B licenses are required for a single vehicle unit with a GVWR greater than 26,000 pounds, as well as for any vehicle towing another vehicle that is not in excess of 10,000 pounds. Class B drivers may operate class C vehicles as well.

Class C: Class C licenses are required for a single or combination vehicle that is designed for the transportation of 16 or more people, or one that is used to transport hazardous materials
Endorsements

Endorsement G:
Government

Endorsement H: Hazardous materials

Endorsement N: Tanker vehicle

Endorsement P: Bus passenger

Endorsement S: School bus

Endorsement T: Double and triple trailers

Endorsement X:
Combination hazardous materials and tanker

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