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Class B CDL Training

Program Information

The Class B CDL Training program is an option if students don't want to pull a tractor-trailer combination. It's designed to quickly and efficiently train people wanting to drive a vehicle with a weight rating of 26,001 pounds or greater, but not quite on the scale that is an 18-wheeler. With a Class B, you'll be able to drive a multitude of vehicles. This program is designed to effectively develop the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully pass the permit testing and Missouri State Highway Patrol examination to obtain a Class-B CDL and become a professional in the industry. Students will learn how to parallel park, 90-degree dock and many more important driving techniques to become a safe driver.

How does training work?

First Week

Students will learn everything needed to obtain a Class B permit. This includes: General Knowledge and Air Brake.

Second Week

Students will begin working on pre-trip inspection and backing maneuvers. It is absolutely not recommended that students watch pre-trip videos online, as they're usually outdated and/or wrong. Backing is probably one of the most important things a student can learn in truck driving school, as this is something you'll likely be doing on a daily basis. These maneuvers consist of the following: Straight Line, Offset Back, Parallel Park, 90-Degree Alley Dock. After working on backing for a bit, students will be introduced to road driving, where they will be working on turns, roundabouts and double-clutching, up-shifting and downshifting, depending upon whether or not they wish to test in the automatic. Students will then test at the CDL testing site.


Still have questions? Feel free to contact us: 417-589-2351 or email We're happy to answer any questions you may have.