CDL CLASS B
A CDL-B allows a driver to operate commercial trucks that have an attached cab and cargo area with a combined weight greater than 26,000 pounds, as well as trucks with a detached towed cargo vehicle that weighs less than 10,000 pounds. Examples of vehicles that drivers with a Class B CDL license may operate includes tow trucks, dump trucks, delivery trucks and utility trucks.
Delivery of Goods
Airport Shuttle Transportation
Professional Motor-coach Operator
City Bus Driver
Total Hours of Instruction Required:
The State of Washington requires all students to complete a total of 80 hours:
40 hours of classroom instruction
10 hours of lab training, range, and observation
8 hours of training in backing maneuvers
14 hours of street driving
8 hours of proficiency development
Tests Students Must Pass:
General Knowledge Test
We will match any CDL school tuition and will give an addition 5% off to self-paid students
We have a successful CDL job placement rate.
We provide resume writing assistance for all students.
We offer bilingual instruction and flexible training schedules to all students.
We can assist students in obtaining a TWIC card.
What Do You Need To Sign Up?
Your Driver's License
Your Social Security Card
A Copy of Your Driving Abstract