A & B CDL Training School is a Commercial Driver License (CDL) Training Program facility in Houston, Texas. We are here to help guide you through the process of obtaining your class A or B Commercial Driver License.
CDL training is a specialized course for those who want to drive commercial trucks. Our program is intended to help drivers learn the practical skills and curriculum needed to obtain their CDL license in order to work as a commercial truck driver.
Use this link below to get to Commercial Drivers Handbook: https://www.dps.texas.gov/internetforms/Forms/DL-7C.pdf
Our training course includes a self-study portion consisting of: the laws and rules of the road, what is required to be a driver, information
about requirements in each state, and much more. You must successfully pass the classroom portion to receive a commercial driving permit.
This permit allows you to drive large commercial trucks. Following behind-the-wheel training and passing a driving test you will be able
to receive your license.
OUR PROGRAM CONSIST:
Be cautious of so-called “free” online CDL programs.
While no two schools are going to take the same approach to training, A & B CDL Training School offers instructors who are licensed, insured, and have been in the industry for decades. Don't waste your time!
MEET the MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Before you attend school or earn your CDL, you'll need to meet several basic physical and legal qualifications:
The CDL skills test is for testing you on basic vehicle control, driving and vehicle handling on the road and vehicle inspections. Once you obtain your TEXAS CDL License, it is good anywhere in the United States. If you obtain your TEXAS CDL, be careful when driving, especially if you've taken medication or have been drinking alcoholic beverages. If you are busted with DUI, then you run the risk of losing your TEXAS CDL License. You cannot apply for another CDL license in another state after having your TEXAS CDL License revoked or suspended.
ENDORSEMENTS and RESTRICTIONS:
Drivers who operate special types of CMVs also need to pass additional tests to obtain any of the following endorsements
on their CDL:
For persons applying for a hazardous materials endorsement, require compliance with the standards for such endorsement specified in Transportation Security Administration requirements, and provide proof of citizenship or immigration status. A lawful permanent resident of the United States requesting a hazardous materials endorsement must additionally provide his or her Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS) Alien registration number.
The requirements for training are set and mandated by each state.
Remember, that an accredited school is going to cost more than simply
a Training School. In most cases, you can expect to spend anywhere
from $3,000 all the way up to $10,000 in order to obtain your CDL
training and license.
COST OF OUR PACKAGES:
WHAT 'S INCLUDED:
NEED JUST RENT a TRUCK for DPS APPOINTMENT?
If you fail your test at the first time, we will provide a truck for one more attempts at no additional charge.
After that every additional appointment - $600
CERTIFICATION and RECORD CHECK:
When an individual applies for a CDL, or attempts to renew or update his or her CDL, the State must perform a check of its own database, the C D L Information System (CDLIS), and the National Driver Register (NDR), to ensure the driver is not disqualified and does not possess a license from more than one jurisdiction. If the driver possesses a license from another jurisdiction, the State must require the driver applicant to surrender his/her driver's license issued by that State before issuing a new license. The State must request the complete driving record of the applicant from all jurisdictions where the driver was previously licensed in the past 10 years. If a State determines, in its check of record prior to issuing a CDL, or at any time after the CDL is issued, that the applicant has falsified information, the State shall at a minimum suspend, cancel, or revoke the person’s CDL or his/her pending application, or disqualify the person from operating a CMVs for a period of at least 60 consecutive days.
A CDL, or commercial driver's license, has stricter medical requirements than a standard driver's license, such as the absence of high blood pressure or uncontrolled diabetes. Medical requirements vary by state. A CDL allows a driver to operate larger vehicles that are more difficult to control, such as tractor trailers.
For example, a CDL applicant must have 20/40 vision in both eyes independently and combined, as well as the ability to distinguish color. This is because CDL owners require enough visual acuity to read road signs and traffic lights. Blood pressure cannot be above 160/100, and there cannot be any recent history of epileptic seizures or other disorders that jeopardize the driver's ability to control the vehicle. Diabetes, if present, needs to be controlled with medicine or dietary restrictions. If an applicant has a history of cardiac problems, a doctor has to endorse his or her ability to drive safely, and the applicant has to take a stress test.
CDL PHYSICAL :
Before applying for a CDL, the driver has to take a physical exam at a predetermined location to qualify. This exam is repeated at regular intervals, and may be administered earlier if medical issues arise that could cause problems.
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We also will provide referral for your medical exam with guaranteed best rate on the market.
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
11303 Chimney Rock Rd, Houston, Texas 77035, United States
Monday - Friday: 12 pm - 6 pm
Saturday: By appointment