Train to be a CDL-A truck driver with CRST and you can take pride in changing your life.
In just four weeks, receive your CDL license through our best-in-class over the road training with expert drivers. We will provide you with transportation to our training facility, comfortable dorms with Wi-Fi and amenities, and two meals a day plus all the coffee you can drink!
Starting out as a student
After graduating from the CRST Driving Academy, you’ll be matched with an instructor for 28 days of on-the-road training with the industry’s highest student pay. Learn first-hand from an industry veteran as part of a driver team, gaining exposure to real-world driving situations such as load monitoring, driving in all conditions, practicing defensive driving techniques and more. After that, you can select any co-driver who lives in your area – even a friend or spouse to work through the shortest employment contract in the trucking field. As the largest team carrier with the longest average miles in the industry, you can increase your earnings even more!
CRST’s Military Program Supports Your Life Change
We know what we get with our veterans – commitment, determination, and an all-around team player. In return, we make sure you get excellent pay, great benefits, and a team that supports you. Most of our veterans earn pay rates comparable to experienced drivers on top of any other bonus you are eligible for. Active military reservists and honorably discharged veterans receive a $500 bonus and an additional $1,000-$1,300 per month, tax free, when using your GI bill benefits.
Make the transition to CRST, a top-ranking G.I. Jobs Military Friendly Employer three years in a row. Call a Military Specialist Recruiter for Details! 866-240-7831
Four training facilities across the country
All students can attend training in Iowa. California, Florida, and Texas license holders may attend in their state.
Once you become a CDL-A Driver You Get Total Rewards:
Call and learn how fast you can get started. 866-420-4473
Must be 21 years old to apply.
Qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records will be considered for employment pursuant to applicable federal, state, and local laws.