The truck driving industry is a constantly changing environment. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is updating rules on a regular basis. The shipping trends in the industry also change regularly. This news blogs is designed to keep students up to date and informed about changes in the industry and current events with Interstate Truck Driving School.
Interstate Truck Driving School is owned and operated by a U. S. Army Veteran. We are also approved for training by the Veterans Approval Board for Vets using their G. I. Bill Benefits. We are also proud to be a part of an industry that really goes the extra mile for Vets.
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We had a great week at the exam station with students taking their CDL road tests. The cold weather that came in toward the end of the week did not dampen our Spirits, especially with all of the great job opportunities waiting for our students when they graduate.
Ryan Rask has completed his training here at Interstate Truck Driving School and has a job lined up at TMC out of Des Moines IA. Since Ryan will be pulling a flatbed spread axle trailer at TMC, we did his final phase of training with a flatbed spread axle trailer so he is ready to hit the groun... Read More
An important part of our business plan is to accommodate everyone that comes to us seeking a career in the trucking industry. Keep in mind, qualified candidates must have a reasonably clean driving record, clean background history, and be in good health to be able to pass a Federal DOT physical... Read More
Freight rates continue to climb through out the country.
And the demand for drivers also continues to climb. Bob Costello, a market analyst from the American Trucking Association is a very accurate source of information on trucking trends and he recently provided his opinion on the dem... Read More
In less than six months, Interstate Truck Driving School will be celebrating it's 20th Anniversary. During that time, Interstate has maintained a perfect safety record with zero insurance claims due to collisions and zero DOT reportable collisions.
We are very proud of our Per... Read More
Despite efforts by Owner Operator Independent Drivers Association, it looks like the requirement to use Electronic Logging Devices will become mandatory December 18th of this year. Owner Operators are opposed to the rules while the American Trucking Association is in favor of the mandate.... Read More
Our hearts go out to all of those effected by the devastation created by Hurricane Harvey. Our respect and gratitude goes out to all those that provided assistance. There really is a silver lining in all things and it really makes you feel good when you see the immediate actions of so many to... Read More
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