- Location: North Dakota
Commercial Driver Education in North Dakota
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The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) does not require any specific commercial driver license (CDL) classes, unless you are planning to drive a longer combination vehicle (LCV). All that's demanded is that you pass all necessary CDL tests. NDDOT does, however, encourage prospective CDL applicants to enroll in driving classes; any additional road experience is considered invaluable.
NDDOT through the cooperation of the North Dakota Highway Patrol has forged a list of state-approved trainings schools that offer extensive training in turning, backing, parking, inspections, cargo loading and more. They are:
- 1st Geer Driving School―(701) 202-0119
- A FM Driving School―(701) 232-5798
- AJM Behind the Wheel Driving―(701) 668-2970
- Behind the Wheel―(701) 652-2984
- Dakota Driving School―(701) 774-8442
- Dave's Dakota Driving School―(701) 527-0785
- Don's Driving School―(701) 223-5304
- Fork's Drive-Right―(701) 740-9951
- G's Driving School Inc.―(701) 852-6036
- Krueger Driving Academy―(701) 367-8955
- Larry's Driving School―(701) 483-5754
- Mylo's Driving SchoolDriving School―(701) 223-6377
- Paul's Behind the Wheel―(701) 772-1133
- Xcell Driving School―(701) 232-1200
- Prospective LCV drivers are the lone exceptions to mandatory classes and must receive training in driver wellness, driver qualifications, hours of service, and whistleblower protection.
- NDDOT's free Commercial Drivers License Guide is a prime-time tutor. This 137-page manual provides all the information you will need to know for securing a North Dakota CDL, including driving tips and road rules and regulations.
- Before enrolling in a class, inquire if a prospective employer provides training. It is common practice and benefit with many trucking firms.
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