Get your CDL Training in Arkansas
Arkansas Truck Driver Training
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all over the US and have helped thousands of Men and truck driving schools find a school and get an entry level Women . These schools have AR CDL class A and B tractor trailer, bus, tanker truck training programs, endorsements classes and some of the best CDL job too. Get job placement assistance after passing your classes if you qualify. trade school programs
There are no all-online Arkansas CDL classes but there are
in most areas. online technical programs
- CDL tests - Pre trip inspection What does a truck driver do? State of Arkansas CDL Requirements
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CDL Training Schools in Arkansas
3600 South Glenstone Avenue
Springfield, MO 65804
6550 D Interstate Blvd.
Horn Lake, MS 38637
8050 Singleton Ave
Millington, TN 38053
3523 Greenwood Road
Shreveport, LA 71109
Little Rock, AR 72209
3930 16th Avenue SW
Cedar Rapids, IA 52406
State of Arkansas CDL Requirements
To get your CDL, you
a non-CDL driver’s license, held for at least one year
proof of citizenship or legal presence in the U.S.
proof of your social security number
a valid DOT medical examiner’s card
a license from any other state
a suspended, revoked, denied, or cancelled license
a DUI conviction in the 24 months preceding application, or a warrant for your arrest. Generally speaking, having a police record or prior arrests will not disqualify you.
A high school diploma or GED
may or may not be necessary, depending on the school you enroll in. The Process
To receive your CDL, you must meet the above requirements and pass the Arkansas knowledge tests for the CDL license you want.
After you pass your test(s), you will receive a CDL temporary instruction permit that will allow you to practice driving with a qualified CDL holder at the driving school of your choice. You
must wait 14 days between receiving your permit and applying for your license.
Pay your state fees, and pass your practical skills tests: a vehicle inspection test, the basic controls test, and the road test. The skills tests
must be taken in a vehicle representative of the one you will be driving once licensed. Return to the DMV counter for your documentation to be processed. Your license will be given to you then or mailed.