TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING IN NEW ENGLAND
A CDL, or Commercial Driver’s License, is required in order to drive a commercial motor vehicle such as a tractor trailer or dump truck. Our entry-level driver training programs are designed to give students a comprehensive understanding of how to safely operate commercial trucks and tractor trailers. Students also get behind the wheel—first in the training field, and then out on the road—so they can get the hands-on training to safely practice their skills with one of our experienced driving instructors.
Flexible class schedules
Weekdays, weekends, morning, afternoon, or evenings –no matter your schedule, we’ll help you find a training plan that fits into your life.
LOCATIONS THAT OFFER CDL TRAINING
Tractor trailers, flatbed trucks, tanker vehicles—a CDL-A license is for combination vehicles with a gross weight rating of 26,001 pounds or more. This one is for the big rigs.
Dump trucks, box trucks, busses, and other heavy straight trucks—a CDL-B license is for single vehicles that exceed 26,000 pounds or with a towed vehicle that is not over 10,000 pounds
Hear from our Graduates
“NETTTS is the place to be. The classroom is very important because it prepared me for the road. I had a brake hose break on my trailer and I knew what to look for and what to do. Brake check is very important! Go NETTTS!!!”*
David W. - NETTTS Graduate, Class-A CDL, Summer 2021
“I attended NETTTS as a single mother trying to make ends meet. Thanks to their help I was working the same week after receiving my license. Great communication.”*
Vanessa D. - NETTTS Graduate, Class-A CDL, Summer 2021
“The only impossible journey is the one you never begin. My back was against the wall, battling tough times. Now my back is against a seat in a truck and I’m doing what puts me at peace while having a purpose. I thank NETTTS for allowing me to get that feeling, for making it simple.”*
Leonardo T. - NETTTS Graduate, Class-A CDL, Winter 2019
“When I was going to school all of the staff had my back. I worked hard and continued to go to school and in turn they never gave up on me.”*