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Thank you for your interest in the America's Driving Academy tractor trailer driver training program. Employment opportunities in the trucking industry are at an all time high! The U.S. Department of Labor estimates there will be a shortage of 450,000 new qualified drivers this year, and every year until well into the next century! The American Trucking Association estimates that between 10% and 20% of this nation's trucks sit idle due to a lack of qualified drivers! Pay and benefits continue to rise as motor carriers attempt to attract and retain qualified drivers!
New drivers entering the industry can expect to earn 28,000 to 35,000 dollars their very first year, while enjoying such benefits as major medical, life insurance, profit sharing, paid vacations, family rider programs, and more. The time has never been better to begin a new career as a professional tractor trailer driver!
America's Driving Academy has forged a partnership with over forty of this nation's finest and most prestigious motor carriers in order to guarantee our graduates an abundance of employment opportunities. Many of these carriers have pre-hire policies and offer tuition assistance to new drivers entering the industry.
The America's Driving Academy driver training program consists of 160 hours with a class starting every Monday morning. America's Driving Academy operates two training facilities. One located in Mobile, Alabama and the other located in Eastaboga (near the Talladega International Speedway) in central Alabama. An office in Lake City, FL has just opened. Completion of training results in receiving your Commercial Driver's License (CDL) with all endorsements, D.O.T. Certification, and employment with a major motor carrier
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