SMALL CLASS SIZES
With 4 students per class and 4 weeks of total instruction – YOU will be on your way to your career as a professional driver in less than 1 month!
From start to finish – WE maintain the highest standards in QUALITY training with emphasis on safety…we leave nothing to chance!
LIFETIME JOB PLACEMENT
Unemployed? Underemployed? Tired of working those dead-end jobs? BECOME CAREER DRIVEN! Our students go to work right out of school – and should you need further assistance, we are just a phone call away.
CDL School & Truck Driver Training in North Carolina
At TransTech, we offer a superior commercial driver’s license program. We have listened to the nation’s top trucking companies to ensure that our program is up-to-date, and as a graduate of our program, your ability to be employed as a professional truck driver after graduation is all but assured. Our training locations offer modern facilities, small class sizes, and access to modern equipment with professional and certified trainers. To learn more about any of our campus locations, contact us TODAY! We provide Class A CDL License Testing and Truck Driver Training. Our standard course of study is provided adheres to all requirements and specifications set forth by the Department of Transportation and the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles.
TransTech, Inc. provides truck driver training for individuals in North Carolina who wish to obtain their Class A commercial driver’s license.
Our Driver Training Provides
- One-Stop Training & Testing
- Small Class Sizes
- Complete Training in Just 4 Weeks
- Week & Weekend Classes
- Highest Job Placement
- Low-Cost Classes Start Weekly
Our CDL Testing Provides
- Schedule Your Test for Next Week
- NC DMV Licensed Examiners
- Rental Vehicles Available
- 3 Convenient Locations
- Partnered with over 60 Companies
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