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.
According to a press release yesterday, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Driver and Vehicle Services Division will be providing online access to the CDL Permit process sometime this week. Check back for further updates as we will update as soon as we learn more.
Governor Walz signed legislation on Wednesday that provides for an avenue for commercial vehicle drivers to obtain their CDL license after passing a CDL road test but not requiring them to appear in person. Here is the text of the legislation:... Read More
Governor Tim Walz Extends Peacetime Emergency
We are continuing to offer training while maintaining the proper health directives from the CDC.
Classes start every Monday at 8AM and the first three days of class are provided over the internet with Zoom. We are in our third week of providing the training with this s... Read More
Interstate Truck Driving School and our sister school in Wisconsin, Hudson Truck Driving School are continuing to operate as a critical function business.
The trucking industry is swamped trying to keep up with the demand to deliver goods and services to stores and businesses around the... Read More
Interstate Truck Driving School is continueing to provide access to training for new truck drivers. Please take a look below at our Update from March 25th as that information is still in effect.
Please call our office at 651-735-9250 for more information.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has issued a Stay at Home Order this afternoon. In his Order he referenced Dept of Homeland CISA Guidance to identify the types of businesses that are allowed to continue to operate (see Federal Guidance below).
Since the transportation of g... Read More
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