Our well trained students quickly become well paid driving professionals.
Our instructors evaluate your current skills and then customize their teaching to help you quickly get the skills you need to be a safe, confident driver.
Students who follow their instructors recommendations have a 90% first time pass rate on their DMV test.
- A Car License and 21 years of age or over (required)
- Question and Answer Permit Preparation Course
- Fleet of easy to learn on Tractors: Standard, Automatic, & 10 Speed
- Lessons available 7 days a week
- State of the art facilities in Queens, Brooklyn, and Bronx
- Fast Road Test Dates
- Skills and techniques we teach will prepare you to be JOB Ready
- LIFETIME Job Assistance included in many packages
We have a study course which will make it very easy to pass the permit exam. Obtaining the permit consists of 3 parts.
- General Knowledge (50 questions)
- Air Brakes (25 questions)
- Combinations (25 questions)
Once you have the Class A Permit you are ready to start the training. The best thing to do is start with an evaluation lesson. This will allow the instructor to give you an honest opinion on how many lessons you will need to be able to pass the first time and be JOB ready.
- Jobs for Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer 2008 & 2018 in the US are expected to increase by 13%
- The median wage for Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer in New York State for May 2009 was over $19 per hour.
- Jobs for Transit and Intercity Bus Drivers between 2008 and 2018 in the US are expected to increase by 8%.
- The median wage for Transit and Intercity Bus Drivers in New York State for May 2009 was over $25 per hour.
- The New York Motor Truck Assoc., predict a shortage of qualified drivers in the near future. Better pay and benefits are offered by employers to attract and retain men and women as professional drivers. Employment opportunities for well trained and motivated individuals in the transportation profession are many. The trucking industry offers a wide range of positions, from loading freight to driving vehicles locally and over-the-road.
- Trucking is the nation’s second largest industry, employing over 5 million men and women as drivers, mechanics and in related services. The Trucking Industry moves 70% of the nation’s freight, and employs approximately 1 out of every 9 workers in America.