Georgia Driver's Academy, Columbus, GA or South Ga Tech in Americus, GA?

Discussion in 'Trucking Schools and CDL Training Forum' started by majorbanjo, Apr 30, 2015.

  1. Chinatown

    Chinatown Road Train Member

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    lol...awesome post, especially the last sentence.
    Now, take a Midol tablet and get some sleep.
    I'm through with this subject, so not going to retort. Nite,nite!
     
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  3. Twin Screws

    Twin Screws Light Load Member

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    Ok, so basically you're saying you're not responding because you're not man enough to admit you are wrong.

    Gotcha.
     
  4. Chaps

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    Ok......so everyone agrees 160-165hrs is enough. :yes2557:
     
  5. akfisher

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    I dont remember exacy hours but know mine was 3 weeks. They basicly teach you how to pre trip and pass the test. Yard Work and Some driving on interstate I-75 in ATL. Then you get a job and learn some from the trainer. Then you go on your own and thats where you make it or wash out.
     
  6. ctoles86

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    Georgia Driving Academy in Columbus has a great 180 hour program, I just finished last week. They have decent facilities, excellent instructors, simulators and nice office staff. A lot of recruiters will come and speak with you.
     
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