CDL Driver Certification Detroit MI

Offering driver training courses for certifications for CDL A, CDL B, and School Bus Operators, as well as training for Temporary Instruction Permits. 313-841-2222

Class A CDL Certification

Truck Driver Training

All Stars Truck Diving School offers a variety of courses for both new and experienced drivers. Our courses are conducted in a classroom setting, in the yard, and on the road. This three-pronged training approach ensures that you learn the important skills and information that you need to know to be successful. Our training classes help prepare you for final road tests* whether you are getting your CDL A, CDL B, School Bus operator license, or you are looking for advanced skills and endorsements. We are government approved, can help with government assistance programs, and we offer refresher courses. Contact us today to learn more about our training courses.

Our Training and License Certification Programs

CDL A License Certification - 162 hour program that covers general knowledge, air brakes, combination testing, pre and post trip inspections, and on the road navigation through various types of roadways. We also train students on how to perform procedures such as straight line backing, the 45 degree pull up, 90 degree alley docking, the right hand turn, coupling and un-coupling of the trailer, and sliding of the tandems.

CDL B License Certification - 80 hour program that covers general knowledge, air brakes, pre and post trip inspections, and on the road navigation through various types of roadways. We also train students on how to perform procedures such as straight line backing, the 45 degree pull up, 90 degree alley docking, the right hand turn, coupling and un-coupling of the trailer, and sliding of the tandems.

School Bus Driver Training - 80 hour program that covers general knowledge, brakes, combination testing, pre and post trip inspections, and on the road navigation through various types of roadways. We also train students on how to perform a variety of standard procedures.

Temporary Instructions Permit (T.I.P.) - On-site training which includes video, book and classroom experience. Topics include, but are not limited to general knowledge and fundamentals, air brakes, combination passenger and school bus, hazardous materials, tanker, and doubles and triples.

*All road tests are administered by independent third-part examiners.