Georgia's Premier Truck Driving School - Daly's Truck Driving School offers a 17-Day course for Georgia Class A Commercial Driver's License, and a 7-day course for a Georgia Class B CDL. Both of these courses are available full and part-time. You train on real tractors and trailers, and straight trucks. Daly’s starts classes every week - (full time A) and every other week - (full time B). Part-time classes start less frequently, check the class starts section for exact dates. Class are starting now, why delay your new career any longer.
If you are not sure what you want, or whom you want to work for, we also offer truck driver entry level job placement. In addition, to help you understand the process of getting your Georgia CDL, we created some information on what to expect - that is: what to expect after getting your CDL, what to expect while getting your Class B CDL, and what to expect while getting your Class A CDL. We also have a resources page page that may answer some of your questions.
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Costs vary not only between Class A & Class B, but also between the method of enrollment. There are many companies that pay a percentage or the entire amount of tuition. Daly's Works with voucher programs thru Department of Labor, VA, Vocational Rehab, and other funding sources.Tuition financing through various other sources is also available for qualified applicants. Call us or fill out the Quick Contact form today to find out which program is best for you.
If you obtained your Class B from Daly's, the hours already obtained may be applied to your Class A license. If you obtained your Class B from another school, please call us at: (770) 614-6022
There are many different financial aid programs available, and we encourage you to call us for the answer to this question: (770) 614-6022
Lodging is available for qualified students. To check on your eligibility please call us now!
Under the FMCSA Mandate for entry level driver training you must receive the hours of training we offer in order to be elligible for employment. In addition to hands on training we cover many of these required training areas in the first week or classroom phase of training. So no you must go thru the complete class regardless.
If you have a CDL permit from another state, you must test for you CDL license in that state. You will have to retake your CDL permit in GA in order to get a CDL License from GA.
Daly's has been training in the Atlanta area since 1992. We work with well over 50 major trucking companies. Call today and let us explain how our placement department works. In addition, you can learn more by clicking on our Job Placement page.
Approximately 12% of truck drivers (nationally) are women, and this same statistic is in line with Daly's Truck Driving School's enrollment trends. There is a growing demand for truck drivers, and women are realizing more and more that this profession fits them well.