Stevenson transport and CDL training.

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  1. recon1

    recon1 Bobtail Member

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    I am a driver who due to an injury lost my professional license, I am looking to get it back and so far I have chosen Stevenson Transport as the company/school to regain my license. My question is, does anyone know if they're training standards are sufficient to pass a CA CDL test? I keep hearing all this stuff about the Texas exam but I need to get my CA license. Help....
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    If you are a CA resident, you are probably eligible for a CDL school in CA, paid for by the state. If you are on CAsdi, unemployment or workers comp, check with your counselor. You will do far better that way. No contracts with a shipper, no cost out of your pocket and you can do it while living at home. It also allows you to go to any trucking company that takes students.
     
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