STUDENT CHECK LIST
Live in the Journey
Do you want to be a Truck Driver?
I'm sure you've heard it but it needs to be repeated, becoming a truck driver is not for everyone.
Potential students should be aware of the following requirements and possible disqualifications...
- Potential students must be able to read and write English.
A High School Diploma/GED is not necessary but aids in placement.
- Potential students must have a valid Illinois or Wisconsin Driver's License
to enroll in our course.
- Potential Students must be a minimum of 21 years old for over-the-road
placement. Students 18 to 21 are invited to call/contact the
school to discuss placement. There is no maximum age for enrollment,
Retirees are welcome.
- Potential Students must meet the Department of Transportation's "DOT" physical
requirements. Students that have questions regarding the DOT should call
the school to discuss the details with an admission coordinator.
- Potential Students should have a good driving record. Individuals with a history
of tickets and accidents on their driving record may be disqualified for enrollment.
- Individuals with alcohol-related violations, DUIs, and DWIs on their driving record
may be disqualified for enrollment.
- Individuals with a permanent disability and those with an inability to physically
meet industry standards may be disqualified.
- Potential Students with a history of drug or alcohol abuse and/or the inability to
consistently pass a drug/alcohol test may be disqualified.
- Students with a history of misdemeanors and/or felony convictions may be disqualified.
Enrolling in Truck Driving School
All potential students should meet with an admission
coordinator to discuss placement, requirements, disqualifications,
financing and enrollment.
Students meeting with an admission coordinator should bring....
- A Driver's License
- Work History for the last ten years
- A Motor Vehicle Report, (MVR), Driver's Abstract, available
at your local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). There is a
$12.00 charge for the report. Ordering an MVR online is not suggested.
Potential students should call us, 815-332-7000, or
email us, to
schedule an appointment with the admission coordinator. We're
here to answer questions and help you along your journey.