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The answer to this question will largely depend on where you live. Many states allow felons to obtain their CDL permit. However, it will depend largely on what the felony you committed included. The answer of what felonies will qualify versus disqualify you from getting your CDL will also vary by state. Instances in Which … Continue reading “Can I Get My CDL If I Have a Felony?”
Sometimes it’s hard for OTR drivers to get their banking done and pay their bills on time. Not because drivers don’t have the cash, but because they’re out of state. Here are some good apps to help you manage your cash flow. Banking & Money Management Apps for CDL Drivers 1. The Acorns app is … Continue reading “3 Finance Apps Make Banking Easier for Truckers”
Indianapolis, Indiana – DriveCo CDL Learning Center would like to announce its newest location in Indianapolis, Indiana. Due to a partnership agreement with Knight and Swift Transportation, DriveCo’s new school is located in the Knight Transportation facility on the southwest side of the city at 3875 Plainfield Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46231. The new Indianapolis Commercial … Continue reading “DriveCo CDL Learning Center Opens School in Indianapolis”
More Companies Are Investing in Women Drivers Than Ever Before
Historically, males have dominated the trucking industry, but more women are driving trucks now than ever before. However, this change is slow. Out of more than 3.5 million truck drivers in the US, only 6% are women. In an effort to be more inclusive, employers are recruiting more female truck drivers. For example, Roadmaster Group, an Arizona-based … Continue reading “Trucking Careers For Women”
For many truck driving students, the biggest obstacle is not the things they have to learn in the classroom setting in order to pass their CDL test. Instead, it’s their own ego. The first time they get behind the wheel of a big truck, they assume that they know it all. After all, they can … Continue reading “Your Ego Can Be Your Downfall in CDL Training”
Once you complete your CDL training, then you will have to take the CDL you will have to take the actual CDL test. The CDL test will generally consist of two parts: the written test and the driving test. Once you pass these tests, then you will be allowed to begin the actual driving on … Continue reading “What Happens After I Complete My CDL Training?”