Students can pursue their Class B driver’s license training in our Commercial Heavy Straight Truck Training (CDLB 80) and Passenger Endorsement (P) training.
For those looking to drive a bus or straight truck, our Class B CDL license programs, known as Commercial Heavy Straight Truck Training (CDLB 80) can be the right option for you. A Class B CDL license is the second heaviest weight class in commercial vehicle transportation and often used by drivers in construction, shipping and public transit.
At NETTTS, you can receive the training and education to complete your Class B CDL License. Based off an 80-hour Class B CDL curriculum, students will complete four modules of hands-on experience and observation.
In the first module, trainees will spend 40 hours of receiving an in-depth explanation of commercial vehicle general knowledge, as well as an introduction to 49 CFR entry-level Class B CDL License training requirements.
Module two includes 16 hours of basic commercial vehicle maneuvering, trip reports and the requirements for the commercial driver license road test to receive a Class B CDL license. Module three teaches students how to properly maneuver commercial vehicles in reverse according to standard Class B CDL requirements in a 20-hour segment.
In the fourth and final module, students complete four hours of training learning the proper method of driving commercial vehicles on city streets and highways, preparing them for their State Registry Class B CDL License examination.