FAQs CDL Training
We know you may have many questions about CDL training and new career. There are many factors to consider when deciding the best place for commercial truck driver training. So, we compiled a list of frequently asked questions about our CDL training programs to assist you.
Each student’s tuition will depend on the training program you pick and if you qualify for financial aid options. To learn more, visit our Financial Aid page.
2nd Chanz Truckin Academy offers job placement assistance for its students and graduates. Students must be in good standing with the school. We partner with several trucking company recruiters who routinely visit our campuses. Also, we help with interviews, resumes, and the application processes.
No, not at this time. Our campus does not provide housing options for students.
Tuition reimbursement is a payment option where trucking companies offer to pay back employees for education expenses. Usually, the tuition is paid out on a monthly basis as long as the driver remains employed at the company. We work with trucking companies that offer tuition reimbursement. For more information, you can visit our Financial Aid page.
No. Actually, most of our students rarely have any prior truck driving experience.
Yes. 2nd Chanz Truckin Academy is proud to participate in VA Educational programs. Such programs aid veterans, active duty military and even spouses and dependents in obtaining their California CDL. Visit our Veteran Assistance section for more information.
2nd Chanz Truckin Academy offers different CDL training programs. Depending on which program you choose will determine the length of your training. To learn more please explore our CDL Training pages.
Our CDL truck driving school is located in Sacramento, California. Visit our contact page for address and driving directions.
A Class A CDL training prepares students for entry-level jobs as commercial truck drivers. You'll be able to drive over-the-road (OTR), regional, or local.
Class B CDL allows you to drive a single vehicle with a gross vehicle weight of more than 26,000 pounds. Examples of Class B trucks include tow truck, dump truck, delivery truck, or a utility truck.