and Classroom Truck Driving Instruction
Safely Operating a
Tractor-Trailer Students learn
to identify and predict potentially dangerous driving
situations. The cause and prevention of physical and
mental fatigue and illness are discussed as well as
the adverse affects of drugs and alcohol.
The course offers a systematic presentation of the driver’s
daily logbook, logbook recap, driver maintenance checks
and services, and efficient trip planning. Includes
research of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
to provide answers and references which prepares the
student for the official Department of Transportation
State License Additionally,
the student will examine, interpret, and apply the Federal
Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, including Commonwealth
Licensing/permitting procedures for interstate hauling
are also included.
the Road Test This portion
of the Course provides the opportunity to develop the
skills necessary for the safe operation of a Class “A”
Vehicle in the real world environment. Positive, professional
and safe approaches are emphasized. Training is provided
on rural, interstate, and city highways.
Equipment This portion
of the course is designed to introduce the student to
the basic driving maneuvers and refine the skills required
to pass the Commercial Drivers License Basic Control
Skill Test. It also includes practical
in coupling and uncoupling semi- trailers, use of hazard
warning devices, lighting systems, numerous backing
techniques and the Commercial Drivers License pre-trip
& Road Tests Evaluating
students in this program is done on four different levels.
First, the instructors give daily quizzes and tests.
Second, the instructors give driving skills tests. Third,
the instructors will administer both the federal written
exam and the federal driving skills examination. Last,
we will make arrangements for the student to be tested
and licensed through the local DMV using our equipment.
We ensure that each student graduate finds—not
just a job—but a company
to start their career with.
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