Class B and Class C CDL Now Courses
National Training, Inc. is now offering Class B and Class C CDL Now programs. You’ll learn what you need to know to operate any vehicle requiring either a Class B or Class C CDL license, and get plenty of driving practice at our 350-acre custom-built training grounds. You’ll learn in our classrooms the knowledge you’ll need to pass your Class B or Class C Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) exam and qualify for a truck driving career.
Our Class B program will train individuals in the operation of Class B and Class C vehicles for entry-level positions within the trucking industry. Students will learn how to safely and effectively drive under a wide variety of traffic, load, road, weather and geographic conditions and locations.
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How quickly can you get a Class B or Class C Commercial Driver License (CDL)?
Get on the road FAST with any of our CDL Courses. In just 50 hours of class and behind-the-wheel (BTW) training you’ll learn all you need to know to pass the CDL Class B or Class C exam – Including the written and road tests.
National Training, Inc. located in Green Cove Springs, FL offers a CDL training program for Class B and Class C CDL that trains beginner students how to operate vehicles safely under normal driving conditions while preparing them for truck driving jobs. All of our CDL courses answer the demand for a quick but safe and effective CDL training course, whose graduates are ready to drive trucks professionally.
What students will learn:
- How to perform a pre-trip inspection
- How to properly document their Hours of Service in the industry standard logbook
- The proper methods for and how to start, operate and shutdown their vehicle
- How to safely back their vehicle in various conditions using various techniques
- How to park and secure the vehicle
- The safety procedures defined by the Occupational Safety and Health Act
- How to successfully prepare for and pass the D.O.T. written examination as well as the D.O.T. equipment road test, which is mandatory before being employed in the trucking industry
Take Our Free CDL Practice Test
Want to see if you’re ready for the CDL written exam? Take our free CDL practice test to see if you have the knowledge needed to pass the actual CDL written exam.
CDL CLASS B Course Catalog
Complete details of this course are contained in our CDL Now Course Catalog. Click on the catalog image to view and download the PDF version.
CLASS B CDL
A Class B commercial driver license is required for those who are looking to operate a single vehicle with a gross combination weight rating of 26,001 pounds or more. Also, it is necessary that the towed vehicle is not heavier than 10,000 pounds. After obtaining your Class B commercial driving license and proper endorsements, you may legally drive straight trucks, segmented buses, large passenger buses, box trucks, dump trucks with small trailers, etc.
CLASS C CDL
A Class C commercial driver license is required for those who are looking to operate a vehicle designed to transport hazardous (materials that are classified as hazardous under federal law) materials or 16 or more occupants (including the driver). After obtaining your Class C commercial driving license, you may legally drive Small HazMat vehicles, passenger vans, etc.
National Training Inc.’s state-of-the-art simulator system from Simulator Systems International provides a low-risk, low pressure way to train both new and experienced drivers. With bold realistic graphics, authentic and genuine truck components, and a 3 axis motion platform to offer an immersive experience, drivers and students are receiving a total immersive training solution, right at their fingertips.
Call us today at (800) 488-7364 to discuss further details of our CDL simulator training and learn how it can improve your success of becoming a Class A, Class B, or Class C CDL driver.