CDL Truck Driving School
Train in Maine to Become a CDL Truck Driver in Weeks*
Program: CDL A Basic
NTI offers Maine’s only Nationally Accredited CDL truck driver training (also available to New Hampshire residents). Train at one of our Maine truck driving schools in just 5 weeks* full time or 10 weekends* part time.
NTI’s CDL truck driver training school is designed to teach students safe operation of trucks and a working knowledge of the trucking industry and its regulations. This real world CDL training consists of behind-the-wheel practice at our driver training yard as well as driving in all country and city environments.
“I had a really great experience at NTI. I came here after working for a company for ten years that closed leaving me without any marketable skills to speak of. All of the staff and students were very helpful in making this transition a successful one! Thank you, NTI!”
– Randi Williams
Schedule a Tour Graduates of the Commercial Truck Driver (CDL) programs will posses the knowledge and skills necessary to obtain their CDL license (A) and gain employment as entry-level truck drivers. CDL Truck Driver training is offered at our Scarborough and Bangor, ME Campuses.
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CDL Truck Driver Training FAQ’s
Any combination of vehicles with a gross combined weight rating (GCWR) of 26,001 or more pounds, provided the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of the vehicle(s) being towed is in excess of 10,000 pounds; holders of subclass A licenses may, with any appropriate endorsements and/or permits, operate all vehicles within subclasses B and C.
Any single vehicle with a GVWR of 26,001 or more pounds, or any such vehicle towing a vehicle not in excess of 10,000 pounds GVWR; Holders of subclass B license may, with any appropriate endorsements and/or permit, operate all vehicles within subclass C.
H = Hazardous Materials
N = Tank
P = Passenger
S = School Bus/STV
T = Doubles/Triples
X = N + H Combined
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» This program is offered at the Scarborough and Bangor, ME campuses.
* Program length when completed in normal time.