- Rialto, CA
- 523 W. Rialto Avenue
Suite A, Rialto, CA 92376
- Denver, CO
- 8150 West 48th Ave.
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
- Colorado Springs, CO
- 19825 Wigwam Rd.
(Exit 119, I-25)
Midway, CO 81008
United States Truck Driving School
Interstate Heavy Duty Truck Driving Program 160: This program of study is designed to train people who have no experience or training as over-the-road tractor-trailer truck drivers, preparing them for entry level employment in the transportation industry.
The program last 20 days (160 hours), and includes these instructional units:
- 30 hours of classroom instruction
- 10 hours of laboratory and parked vehicle instruction
- 40 hours of driving range basic vehicle handling
- 80 hours of public roadways driving and observing other drivers while with a qualified driver instructor
Refresher Courses: The school also offers refresher courses, in both Class A and Class B training. We can custom tailor a program to meet your specific needs. You can choose between as little as a few hours, to an entire 160 hour program, or somewhere in between.
Class B Truck & Bus Training Programs: 40 hour program (Monday - Friday). Classes start weekly
Specialized On-Site Training for Trucking Companies:CDL testing for both Class A and Class B license, straight truck and bus/coach. We are third party testers for the state of Colorado.
We offer a variety of financing and payment options. We work with several lenders to offer the easiest ways for you to start your career today, with little money out of your pocket!
We can qualify you for a student loan program with only $150 down and a payment as little as $150 per month.
The student loan is a simple interest payment with no penalty for early payment. Many over the road companies offer tuition reimbursement that can pay you up to $150 toward your student loan each month as long as you continue working for the company. In some instances, your tuition may be paid in as little as two years.
United States Truck Driving School, Inc provides placement assistance for its students and maintains employment contacts for the benefit of its graduates. When students have satisfactorily completed the program, they can use the services of our Job Placement Office.
The Placement Office assistance includes setting up interviews, helping students prepare for interviews, and making the necessary contacts in locating employment. We have an established record of placing our graduates, and placement statistics are available on request.
To qualify for admission to United States Truck Driving School, Inc. you must:
- Be at least 18 years of age.
- Have a high school diploma, a GED, or be judged able to benefit from the program through an interview and written test.
- Be able to pass the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) physical examination.
- Have a valid Commercial Driving License (CDL) permit or other state-required licensing and Social Security or resident alien card.
- Know the English language according to Department of Transportation (DOT) standards.
- Pass a mandatory drug screening.