North Cross Commercial Driving School

North Cross Commercial Driving School, located in Mount Vernon, Washington State, offers training for obtaining your CDL license and to become a productive, safe and employable member of the trucking community.

CDL B Class Training Course:

CDL Class B training is offered in a 2 or 3 1/2 week curriculum. The two-week course is for the student who has a CDL permit, DOT physical, some truck driving industry exposure, and can hit the ground running. Others will find the 3 1/2 week course more suitable.

Give us a call, or drop by any time during the hours of 8 AM to 3 PM and we can talk. The coffee is always on!

Class B 48 total hours, including at least:

  • 20 hours of classroom instruction
  • 14 hours of street driving training
  • 4 hours of training in backing maneuvers
  • 4 hours of proficiency development
  • 6 hours of combined lab training, range training and observation

Class C 36 total hours, including at least:

  • 20 hours of classroom instruction
  • 8 hours of street driving training
  • 2 hours of training in backing maneuvers
  • 2 hours of proficiency development
  • 4 hours of combined lab training, range training and observation

North Cross CDL School - Finacial Aid and Job Placement:

“Well respected as an industry leader within the trucking and business community, North Cross has been placing 100% of his top candidates immediately into great driving jobs.”

 

Check Our Testimonials:

"I checked out 4 of the driving schools in the area and decided on North Cross Commercial Driving School. The determining factor for me was the skills and knowledge of the instructors as well as the informative and friendly staff that works there. I did receive my CDL on my first attempt in September, 2010. I was also given assistance to find a job. I know that the small class size and individual hands on instruction given by North Cross instructors made sure that I received the training I needed to be successful getting my CDL. Thank you North Cross!"...Jack; graduated Sept 2010

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