Daly's Truck Driving School
Georgia's Premier Truck Driving School- Daly's Truck Driving School offers a 17-Day course for Georgia Class A Commercial Driver's License, and a 7-day course for a Georgia Class B CDL. Both of these courses are available full and part-time. You train on real tractors and trailers, and straight trucks. Class are starting now, why delay your new career any longer.
· Class A Training in 17 Days
· Class B Training in 7 Days
· Full or Part-Time available
· Tuition Reimbursement
· Professional Job Placement Department
Daly's Truck Driving School is dedicated to helping our graduates find a secure position in one of America's highest paying professions. Between our great reputation and companies contacting us weekly looking for drivers, we are confident we can help you to maximize your employment opportunities after graduation.
The best trucking companies are looking for the highest quality students. Daly's has graduated over 8000 students since we started in 1992 in the Atlanta Area. Companies know that a better trained employee will be more responsible, more productive, and safer. Daly's will continue to provide quality training to their students and quality CDL drivers to employers.
Equipment and Safety
You will work on real equipment and will receive excellent classroom training where you will not only study for the Georgia Commercial Driving Test, but also meet entry level driver training requirements under Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations in accordance with 49 CFR 380.503. At the completion of the training course you will receive an industry recognized certificate and diploma. This is the difference between going to work for a quality company and an average company.
Do What’s Best for You
Don’t get tricked into a contract. The difference is, at Daly’s, you have choices. You do not have to commit to any particular trucking company - before or after school. We encourage you to research different trucking companies. Many companies offer tuition reimbursement and great benefits. You may, however, be looking for a dedicated route with a smaller company. At Daly's you are free to choose for whom you want to work.
- Employment of heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers is projected to grow 21 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average of all occupations.
- As the economy grows, the demand for goods will increase, and more truck drivers will be needed to keep supply chains moving. Trucks transport most of the freight in the United States, so as households and businesses increase their spending, the trucking industry will grow.
* Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-13 Edition, Heavy and Tractor-trailer Truck Drivers