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Michigan Class B Training Program (CDL B / P)

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Class B CDL Training for BusesThe objective of this Class B truck driving program is to obtain your CDL “B-P” License. This is a 70-Hour course that is run Monday through Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. However, any of our CDL programs can be customized to each individual’s schedule. This Class B CDL training program has been designed for those who want to begin a new career driving straight trucks or buses. Having a CDL “B-P” License is great for people who are just getting started in the transportation industry and are not quite ready to drive tractor trailers.

CDL “B-P” drivers can expect to move freight for landscaping companies, produce distributors or even drive cement trucks. With the addition of the passenger endorsement the driver can also drive Busses and other commercial vehicles that involve transporting passengers such as limousines.

Curriculum
Class B CDL Training for Straight TrucksThe course consists of Classroom, Yard and On the Road training. During the first few days of Clas B CDL training you will be in the Classroom learning all of the information necessary to obtain your State of Michigan Temporary Instruction Permit. During remainder of the course, we will train you in a One-on-One basis for all of your Yard and Road Skills. During the basic maneuvers portion of the course you will learn straight line backing, 90 degree ally docking, right hand turns, the forward pull up and we will also set up a mock test for you. When you are on the road you will learn how to shift and maneuver the bus in both city and highway driving situations.

At the end of our Class B truck driving training program you will take your CDL Examination. The exam will be administered here at our school by our State Licensed third party examiner. When you pass your exam you will then be given your CDL “B-P” certificate. You will then bring your certificate to the Secretary of State where you will exchange it for your License.

Admission Requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age, be able to pass a Department of Transportation Physical and obtain a Temporary Instruction Permit. Should have a good driving record and ability to work well with the general public.

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