Training - We train our students until they are able to pass the Washington State skills test for one fee. Our students average 26 hours of behind the wheel drive time (8 hours more than the state requires). Our goal is to have every driver pass the test on the first attempt.
Cost - The cost of our tuition is $3430.00. This is one of the lowest prices for a class “A” commercial driver training. The total cost of the course is $3855.00 this includes tuition, permitting and a DOT physical. Our tuition has not changed for 3 years.
Equipment - At Taylor Driving Schools we take great pride in the equipment to which we training students. Students are trained in 2003+ trucks and 48 foot trailers. Most of our trucks are 10 speed manuals, we also have a couple 13 speeds, and an automatic available for training. We do not use short trailers for testing to pad the pass rate. All of our equipment is annually inspected and travels through State weigh stations daily.
Placement - We have an excellent reputation with local and over the road employers. We receive calls every week from business looking for drivers. While students are at the school several different companies will send recruiters to the school to make a pitch for drivers.
Why choose Taylor Driving Schools for your Training?
One of the Lowest cost in WA
Weekend Hazmat Class MARCH 14th & 15th
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Why take Hazmat Training
HazMat Certification gives both Employers and Truck Drivers a competitive edge. Hazmat Certified employers are able to offer more high demand services. Certified Hazmat drivers are more desirable to employers, which can give you the competitive edge in the job market and can lead to higher pay!
What will the course teach you
Our course consists of general awareness, familiarization and the fundamentals of the hazardous materials transportation process. Our course fulfills all of the requirements established by Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR).
By the end of class you will be able to:
Recognize different kinds of hazards spills and classifications
Understand shipping paperwork, packaging and labeling
How to properly secure the area of a small-scale spill
How to recognize Hazmat labels
How to segregate hazardous material when needed
The loading process and emergency response
This course utilizes the OHSA Hazards Communication Standards (HCS)
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Taylor Driving Schools, 650 N. Burlington Blvd., Burlington, WA, 98233.
- Truck driving school
- CDL preparation
- Class A CDL training/ B to A upgrades
- Training in vehicle inspections
- Complete Safety Analysis
- Check rides to help re-train drivers
- Instruction in backing techniques
- Helping your drivers working on problem areas
- Helping your drivers have more confidence in your equipment