Online CDL Training at Georgia Driving Academy
Georgia Driving Academy is now offering their complete 60 hour Class A classroom instruction completely online. With this online option, students can save a week of on-campus training. Online CDL training is available for students who choose GDA’s 3-week full-time program or 9-weekend part-time program. Online CDL training is also available for out of state residents.
Georgia Driving Academy has collaborated with Bumper-to-Bumper to bring students this state-of-the-art online curriculum. Bumper-to-Bumper is a nationally recognized and well-respected curriculum used by truck driver training schools in the United States and overseas. The curriculum is designed to meet all of the FMCSA regulations governing CDL training.
Students can set their own schedule. Once completed, truck driver trainees can schedule their 120 hours of practical behind the wheel training. For out of state residents, successful completion of the online CDL training courses and issuance of your home states Class A CDL Permit will allow them to schedule behind-the-wheel training at a GDA campus. Behind-the-wheel training can be completed at the Columbus, GA or the Conyers, GA campus.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What are the requirements to attend truck driver training at Georgia Driving Academy?
- Hold a valid driver’s license
- Minimum age of 21 years old
- Ability to pass a DOT Physical and DOT Drug Test
- Criminal background, driving record and employment history reviewed for employability
Do I need a special computer or program to access the GDA Online CDL Classroom?
The online program is accessible through desktop, laptop, notebook, and cell phone.
Is the online classroom program approved by the VA?
The GDA online classroom course is not approved by the VA. Veteran’s Assistance approval requires accreditation through a degree-granting institution of higher learning.
Can you take the 60 Hour Online CDL Training Program out of state?
Yes! Not only will this save you time, but also money!
Can I take the 60 Hour online CDL course without enrolling into the 180 Hour Class A Program?
Yes! The online CDL training can be taken separately from the 180 Hour Class A Program. After successfully completing the course, a certificate of completion is issued.