About CDL of Alabama

Why train at CDL of AL – Alabama’s Premier CDL School?

Our Course :

Full 4 week FMCSR 380.503 Entry Level Driver course (includes theory training, skills training and skills testing)

The Equipment :

Manual transmissions; this means you won’t be restricted by law when you leave. If you test in an automatic, you’re going to be restricted and your career opportunities will be limited.

In the event that you would like to train on an automatic, you still have that option at CDL of AL. This is the perfect option for those who don’t need the non-restrictive Class A Lincense.

Fifth wheel/combination vehicles; Some may want a class “B” license thinking they can get their license faster. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. Class “B” and Class “A” students have to wait 14 days from permit issuance to skills test…so why limit your self?

Air Brakes; All of our equipment utilize airbrakes. When you test in our equipment you won’t be restricted from airbrakes.

Our team :

Our instructors have years of experience and they do this because of passion. When it comes to pay, they could make a considerable amount more driving than training. But to them, it’s not about the money. They want to be here and they want to see you succeed.

Basically our equipment keeps your options open and keeps you from being restricted.

Want to find out how you can pay nothing for your training? Then fill out the form below, and we'll contact you shortly.

CDL of AL can help you take advantage of WIOA funding, as well as a new grant specifically for those who've lost their job due to COVID-19.


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