Our Courses

• CDL Training for Class A License

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• CDL Training for Truck Class B License

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• CDL Training for Bus Class B License

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ON-SITE TESTING & ONE-ON-ONE ROAD TIME

  • Experienced instructors will teach you the procedures that will enable you to become a better, safer driver while preparing for the state road test. Become a true professional in the world of transportation.

BASIC OPERATION

  • Orientation
  • Control Systems
  • Vehicle Inspection
  • Basic Control
  • Shifting
  • Backing
  • Drop & Hook (Class A only)
  • Proficiency Development

SAFE OPERATING PRACTICES

  • Visual Search
  • Communication
  • Speed Management
  • Space Management
  • Night Operation
  • Extreme Driving Conditions
  • Safe Operating Procedures

ADVANCED OPERATING PRACTICES

  • Hazard Perception
  • Emergency Maneuvers
  • Skid Control & Recovery

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

  • Vehicle Systems
  • Preventive Maintenance & Servicing
  • Diagnosing and Reporting Malfunctions

NON-VEHICLE ACTIVITIES

  • Handling Cargo
  • Cargo Documentation
  • Hours of Service
  • Accident Procedures
  • Trip Planning
  • Public & Employer Relationships

 

Other CDL Training Options

* Pricing effective January 1, 2015

Study for the Learner's Permit Test Only (Class A) $300.00
Study for the Learner's Permit Test Only (Class B) $250.00
State Road Test - Standard or Automatic Transmission $300.00

Entrance Requirements for Commercial Driver's License Courses

  • State Driver's License or CDL Permit
  • A passing grade on admission test
  • Personal Interview
  • Ability to pass DOT Physical and Drug Test
  • Copy of Driving Record from RMV

Minimum Requirements to start your new Career in Transportation

AGE — While many states allow those 18 & older to drive trucks within state borders, federal regulations require drivers crossing state lines to be at least 21 years of age.

PHYSICAL CONDITION — A student must be able to pass a physical and drug test to obtain a Medical Examiner's Certificate. (D.O.T. Card). For more information visit www.josephdemmamd.com or call Dr. Joseph Emma’s office at 508-586-1046.

VISION — A driver must have a minimum of 20/40 vision in each eye, with or without corrective lenses, and have 70 degree field of vision in each eye. Drivers may not be color blind.

CRIMINAL/DRIVING RECORD — Records must be brought to the school for a confidential evaluation.

MASSACHUSETTS RESIDENT—You must be a resident of Massachusetts.

DRIVER EDUCATION FOR AUTO STUDENTS — Learn from the Pros. Parker Driving School has been training truck and bus drivers for over a decade. Doesn’t it make sense to trust your teen to a seasoned professional? Our experts train your teen to anticipate dangerous situations and develop critical decision-making skills. Student drivers learn how to be aware of what is going on around them, recognize hazards, assess risk and anticipate trouble.

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