Welcome to Ferrari Driving SchoolThe Largest Training School in the NYC Metropolitan Area. A Family Business Founded in 1968 Based on the Principle of Safety and Customer Service.
CDL Driving Training
Welcome to our Driving School's comprehensive CDL Driving Training Program! We take immense pride in providing top-notch education and hands-on experience to aspiring commercial drivers. Our courses cover various CDL license types, ensuring that you receive the skills and knowledge needed to excel in your chosen field. With a wide array of training options, we cater to individuals seeking CDL A, CDL B, ELDT, School Bus, Hazmat, Passenger Bus, and Permit Training courses.
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Why Choose Ferrari?Ferrari Driving School is a family business founded in 1968 based on the principle of safety and customer service.
Long RunningWe’ve been teaching our SMART methods since 1968
Largest Driving SchoolWe are the largest driving school in the New York Metro Area
ConvenientWe have four convenient locations in Queens, Brooklyn, & The Bronx
AvailabilityLessons are available to suit your schedule. 7 days/week, 7AM-10PM
Modern TechniquesModern training methods designed to accelerate learning
All LevelsBeginners, Intermediate, and Advanced Training
Multi-lingualMulti-lingual, college trained, certified instructors
Large FleetEasy to use, dual-controlled vehicles
Which CDL is right for me?
CDL Class BPS (Automatic or Stick-Shift)
This license will allow you to drive the following commercial vehicles:
• B = Straight Trucks and Heavy Trucks over 26,000 lbs
• P = MTA Buses, Coach, Shuttle Buses, Ambulette, Limousine, Tourist Buses, and Paratransit
• S = School Bus (small or big) Not Valid to drive Tractor-Trailer Vehicles
“HazMat” is an abbreviation for “hazardous material” and is a term that drivers will often see associated with Tanker driving. This is because many common hazardous materials such as gas, oil and other chemicals are liquid and must be carried in bulk via tanker trucks.
You must have a valid New York State commercial driver license (CDL) with a hazardous materials endorsement before you drive any size vehicle that is used in the transportation of any material that requires hazardous material placarding or any quantity of a material listed as a select agent or toxin in 42 CFR 73.
On February 7, 2022, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) rule went into effect. EDLT is a two-part requirement for anyone wanting to:
• Obtain a commercial driver’s license (Class A or B)
• Upgrade from Class B CDL to Class A
• Get a passenger (P), school bus (S), or hazmat (H) endorsement for the first time
Check if we service your areaIf you’re in The Bronx, Manhattan, Queens or Brooklyn, we probably do!