The transportation of goods around the country is a time-honored profession, and truck drivers are the people who carry out this task.
Driving an 18-wheeler takes professional training, so if you’re looking to make a career on the road, read on to find the best schools in New Hampshire.
Photo credit: forbes.com
Data on Trucking Schools in New Hampshire
- Total Schools: 2
- Number of Undergraduate Programs: 2
- Number of Graduate Programs: 2
- Average Tuition Cost: $5,000
- Average Loan Amount: 100% (dependent on financial means test)
- Average Classroom Size: 1 instructor to 3 students (driving)
- Average Length of Program: 7-12 weeks
How Do I Get My CDL in NH?
Getting a CDL in New Hampshire requires these steps. This assumes that the applicant has a valid driver’s license and is 18 years of age.
- Apply for a CLP (commercial learner’s permit) at any DMV office with:
- Medical certificate