Chris Reich traveled all the way from Vista California to attend Interstate Truck Driving School. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations allow drivers to take training in a state they do not live in, take their CDL Road Test in the state they took their training, and then return to their home state to obtain their CDL. Most states cooperate in this system. Chris came to us because the testing delays in California are so long he could get the training and testing done quicker by traveling to our school.
"The instructors at Interstate helped me gain the self confidence I needed to pass my test and feel comfortable behind the wheel of a big rig. I was filled with self-doubt at first but the staff at Interstate empowered me to believe in myself and gave the tools to be successful in my training".
Chris really focused on his training and his efforts paid off as he passed his first attempt at the CDL Road Test. We really enjoyed working with him and expect he will be very successful in the trucking industry. Good Luck Chris, keep in touch!