Beginning a truck driving career in California all starts with the right education. You need to be able to safely navigate a truck in different conditions, adhere to strict driving laws, and keep thorough records. You can learn all this and more at U.S. Truck Driving School, the one truck driving school in the city of Indio.
The length of your program depends on which program you decide to complete. A Class A program may offer you more versatility, since you can drive straight trucks or tractor-trailers . Class B programs take about one week, since you only need to learn how to drive straight trucks.
Indio can be a very affordable city; its cost of living is far below the California average. Over 79,000 people live in this city. U.S. Highway 111 and California Route 99 go through the city. Local trucking employers include SMS Transportation, Empire Transport, and Cherokee Transport.