Commercial Truck Driving

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The Commercial Truck Driving Program qualifies students to be tested by the State of Maine Department of Motor Vehicles for a CDL Class A and/or CDL Class B Commercial Driver’s Permit and a CDL Class A and/or CDL Class B Commercial Driver’s License, IF the requirements of mandated hours are met. Instruction is based on state laws, industry regulations, and equipment inspection required for licensing.


According to Federal Motor Carrier law, students in the Commercial Truck Driving program must hold a current Class C automobile driver's license.

Students must be 16 years of age to enter the program and must have a clean driver's record. Students will be required to pass the Federal Motor Carrier drug screening and must also take random drug screenings when notified by their instructor.





Students interested in participating in our Commercial Truck Driving program should contact their guidance counselor or fill out the application on this web site.