What is a Class B CDL?
Class B courses cover operating any vehicle greater than 26,000 pounds, as well as any vehicle towing a trailer that does not exceed 10,000 pounds. You will be able to operate straight trucks, box trucks (like delivery trucks), large buses (such as school buses, city, and tourist buses), and dump trucks with small trailers. You will learn how to drive under a wide variety of traffic, load, road, weather, and geographic conditions and locations.
You must meet the following criteria to be eligible for participation in these courses:
You must be at least 18 years of age
You must be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or hold a valid work permit
You must have a valid driver's license from the state of Washington or Oregon
You must fill out a registration package
You must be able to pass the DOT physical and drug screen
You must have a valid social security number
You must have a high school diploma or GED. If you do not, you must pass an ability to benefit test.
TUITION & FEES
|H&R Trucking Fees|
|Student Responsibility Fees|
|Physical Drug Test||$87|
|DOE Test Fees|
|General Knowledge Exam (air brakes, combination, endorsement)||$35|
|CDL Driving Test||$250|
|CDL Issue Fee||Varies|
TUITION & FEES
The month is comprised of four 40-hour weeks with a combination of hands-on lab training, range training, and observation.
|Week 1||40 hours of classroom instruction; 8 hours of training in backing maneuvers; 10 hours of combined lab training, range training and observation|
|Week 2||14 hours of street driving training, 8 hours of proficiency development|