TransTech CDL training school publishes answers to three frequently asked questions from prospective students. We hope these questions and answers, along with many more on our website, will aid you in deciding if this is the right career for you. For more information visit: https://www.trans-tech.net/frequently-asked-questions
TransTech Truck Driver School Top 3
Student Questions Answered
TransTech has published a list of
three top questions asked by
prospective students like you who
are considering truck driving
training school and obtaining your
Class A DCL License.
We strive to provide as much
valuable information as possible to
help those of you who are trying to
determine if a career as a highly
sought after over-the-road truck
driver is the right choice.
Is truck driving a good career choice? -
Trucking is one of the most stable,
high-demand industries in the country.
Nearly every product or service in
America benefits from trucking, so
there is always a constant demand for
Truck driving is also a highly paid
profession that allows you to provide a
higher standard of living for your
family. It offers excellent benefits,
including medical and dental
insurance, paid vacations, and
What will I learn in CDL training
school? - At TransTech you will
spend time behind the wheel of the
truck learning backing, turning,
shifting, and coupling and
uncoupling a trailer.
You will also be taught about the
Department of Transportation’s
safety regulations and operating
procedures and will learn how to
perform a safety inspection before
ever getting on the road.
How long can I expect to be away
from home? - Your home time will
vary from company to company.
Some companies require a driver to
be away for five days, while others will
have drivers out for three weeks
before heading back.
Many trucking companies have
policies regarding home time, such
as promising drivers that they will be
home two out of three weekends a
month or giving them “personal days”
for things like birthdays or doctor
However, it's important to remember
that trucking is a career that can take
you away from your home and your
family for a substantial period of time.
So be prepared to make that sacrifice,
if you choose to become a truck
We hope these questions and
answers, along with many
more on our website, will aid