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CDL TRAINING & TESTING
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TruckMaster CDL Training LLC is a CDL Training entity located in sunny Florida. We take pride in the quality of training versus the quantity of clients. As a 'self-paced' private and small group training entity, we have successfully trained all levels of expertise and experiences in the growing field of truck driving. Here at TruckMaster CDL we provide everything you need from start to finish. (DOT Physical, Training, Testing)
With the individualized flexible approach, it allows you the flexibility to train at your pace, designed to move each student forward in their journey and training needs!
Started in October 2018, TruckMaster CDL Training LLC, is a veteran-owned business with over 20 years of CDL Training experience.
Classes are mandated and instructed, in English.
TruckMaster CDL gives "hands-on" and behind the wheel training. After successful completion of required training, each student receives supporting documents for verification.
We offer flexible payment options or installments to accommodate each student's needs.
Here at TruckMaster CDL Training LLC, we work hard to combine our passion for teaching, training, and mentoring drivers while
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A Career in Truck Driving
Truck Drivers salary typically starts around $45,000 Per Year – First-year Truck Drivers average $45,000 their first year.* That means you can expect to make up to $850 weekly or $1700 bi-weekly as a "Class-A" CDL Licensed Truck Driver!
Most companies offer BONUS and INCENTIVE pays!!
- (Everyone needs extra spending cash for vacation and emergencies!)
Job Security – Truck Drivers are the reason the people of the world receive the need and supplies. With this in mind, Truck Driver jobs are one of the few professions that can’t be outsourced!
- (You can never be replaced by a ROBOT!)
Truck Drivers are responsible for dispersing America’s goods and necessities across the states and are needed throughout the nation. Currently, there is a need to get another 48-thousand drivers and, the rate is projected to rise according to the American Trucking Association (ATC)!
-(Truck Drivers make the WORLD go around)
Medical, Dental, and Life Insurance– Medical and Dental Insurances are common perks in the truck driving industry.
- (Thats a security many Americans DO NOT HAVE with other employment)
401k Retirement Savings Plan – Earn money for the day you retire as you navigate the highway!
- (You get to decide how you want your retirement to look!)
Paid Vacation and Sick Time – Professional Truck Drivers need vacation time to unwind from work while spending time with family; and sick time to recover from illnesses.
-(You want a career that supports family time and wellness!)
Did you know, pets are allowed on the road?
-(No need to find a "pet-sitter"!)
**Our program offer's entry level CDL training, geared toWARDS your professional driving success!**
Third Party Testing done on site!
**NOTE, as you prepare for your CDL Test, you will be able to apply your knowledge learned to any type of vehicle. **
ENTRY LEVEL CDL TRAINING
Training will be at a rate of 3-4 hours per day 'hands-on training'. CDL Training includes a copy of the Pre-trip Training Study Guide, which will be provided to you before your training date.
We will train you for the Pre-Trip Inspection and Basic Control Skills for the State Test, which consists of Straight-Line Backing, Off-Set Backing (left or right), and Alley Dock, and we will also prepare you for the Road portion of your test.
This portion of the training will consist of General Driving Abilities, Railroad Crossing (HAZMAT/PASSENGER), and a Roadside stop/start.
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WHAT ARE THE CLASSES OF CDL'S?
-Class "A"- Required for driving vehicles weighing over 26,000lbs and towing
-Class "B"- Required for driving vehicles over 26,000lbs and the Gross Vehicle Weight Rate (GVWR) is under 10,000lbs.
-Class "C"- Required for driving vehicles transporting 16-passengers or Hazardous Material (HAZMAT).
WHAT TYPE OF CDL WILL I NEED?
The type of CDL you will need will depend on the type of vehicle you desire to drive. For some vehicles, and/or states, additional endorsements may be required.
HOW DO I OBTAIN A CDL LICENSE?
-Must be 21 years of age (18-20 for intrastate).
-Provide legitimate identification and social security number.
-Proof of state and US residency.
-Pass a vision test.
-Pass a knowledge exam.
-Pass a pre-trip inspection.
-Pass road skills and driving exam.
-Pay all applicable fees.
ASHANTI SIMPSON "LIL TRUCK"
CEO & Owner of TruckMaster CDL Training LLC, Byron W. Simpson, affectionately known as "Truck" is a retired Army Senior TruckMaster with over 32-years of professional truck driving experience. Over his career, he has trained over 3,200 truck driving students in various countries throughout the world EXCEEDING over 1-million miles safe driving miles! He is trained, certified, and credentialed in the areas of:
-Pinella Technical College
-Florida Safety Council
-Master Drivers Trainer Course
-Instructor Training Course
-CDL-Class A w/endorsement (PSTX)
-Roadmaster Driving School
-NCDMV Drivers Education Course
-Bus Drivers Course
-Logistics Operations Fleet Manager
-Hazardous Cargo Drivers Training Course (HAZ11)
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"FAVOR.....Is all I can say! I wanted to get my CDL and couldn't find a place for training. Then I recieved great news and I got an opportunity to get exactly what it was I was needing. One on one training...training on YOUR schedule... half the price of some of these major schools! I sat down with an individual by the name of Byron Simpson, a veteran with over 20 plus years of training who was in the Army and who is passionate about what he does."
J. Rodriguez, FL
"Byron Simpson was one of the first people to teach me how to properly drive an "18-wheeler" truck when I joined the military. He has always been an honest, trustworthy, loyal, and stand-up kind of guy. He is very knowledgeable, proficient, and efficient in his skills. He is the best at what he does and I thank him for the lessons that I have today!"