CDL Class A and B Road Tests
Once you have your CDL permit, the next step is to prepare for your CDL road test. The Minnesota Class A drivers test can be challenging if you're not prepared. At Interstate Truck Driving School we can help you prepare, whether for CDL testing on automatic transmissions or for deisel truck road tests. We even provide you with a truck for the CDL driving test.We'll help you by providing instruction on everything you'll need to know in order pass your Minnesota Class A or Class B drivers test. Our comprehensive programs include classroom and on-the-road training including CDL Practice Tests for truck drivers. These programs include everything you will have to do on your CDL road test to build up your knowledge and confidence. These courses also include the USDOT drug test and physical exam so that there's nothing holding you up from getting on the road.
Minnesota Class A and B Drivers Road TestsTraining starts with city-sized trucks with automatic transmissions. Why? Because we want to focus on helping you pass the state road test to get your Commercial Drivers License right at the start of training, and performing your first phase of training will include CDL testing on automatic transmissions to make it easier for you to pass the road test. Even more important is that if you have any problems passing the CDL test we can get you up to speed on the problem areas before we continue with the next step of training. No other school uses this stepped process of training, and it's designed to ensure your success.
Whenever possible have you learn in the same truck as you'll use for your CDL driving test. That way you'll know your vehicle well and be confident in how it handles.
If you do have problems passing your road test don't let it get you down. While the federal government regulates the CDL testing process, the feds allow some latitude in some areas. As a result Minnesota does not require examiners to have experience driving trucks or to have a CDL themselves. This can open the door to errors and misunderstandings. In short, if you don't pass your test don't take it personally. Come back, talk with your instructor, work on the problem areas, and go back and try it again.
Introductory ClassesOur Backing For Beginners Program is very popular as an entry level option for drivers that would like to get a Class A License but have never backed up trailers before. This course is designed for beginning truck drivers and is a 15-hour course and includes a three-hour Air Brake Basics Class. This is a great value for new drivers that have never driven a truck and want to get their Class A license.
For those who have driven trucks and want to gain some insight into what to expect during the state road test, we offer several Class B and Class A Road Test courses. In particular, we recommend the Basic Class B Program and the Streamline Class A Program. Why? Because in each of these courses you get more in-truck training time. This can be critical during your road test, and is especially important in learning the truck before the test.
If you have questions and are unsure what level of course fits your skills and plans most closely, we also offer free evaluations. Come into our office to discuss your experience and goals and then get behind the wheel for a short evaluation.
Call us today at 1-866-860-4664 to learn more today about our courses, to get your free evaluation, and to discover why our students say we're great!
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