Halvor Lines is an ELDT-certified training provider
You want to be the best truck driver you can be. To do that, you need a training program that meets the highest standards. That’s where Halvor Lines’ Entry Level Driver Training (ELDT) program comes in.
Our Paid CDL training program is registered with the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration (FMCSA), which means Halvor’s CDL training meets or exceeds all federal requirements for obtaining a Class A driver’s license. Starting Feb. 7, 2022, the FMCSA requires anyone obtaining a Class A CDL to attend a program listed in the FMCSA’s Entry Level Driver Training Registry.
Being on the registry means that Halvor Lines offers training that meets CDL requirements across the U.S. So whether you live in Farmington, MN, or Huntsville, AL, we can help you prepare for your Class A CDL road test. Please note: Halvor’s Paid CDL Training Program accepts trainees in or near our primary service area, which runs along and east of U.S. Interstate 35. Contact a Halvor Lines recruiter for details.
Are you ready to become a commercial truck driver? This handy infographic walks you through the steps you need to take. Then visit our Commercial Learner’s Permits page for a more detailed list of how to obtain your CLP in the state where you live.
Speaking of your commercial learner’s permit — You’ll want to start studying several weeks before taking the test (or in some states, tests). To help you, our CLP resource page includes links to study manuals for states in Halvor’s recruiting area.
When you’ve completed your CDL training with Halvor Lines and obtained your Class A CDL, you’ll move into Halvor’s Paid Finishing Program, an OTR Training program that pairs you with an experienced driver trainer.
- Training that meets federal standards.
- Small class sizes.
- Experienced instructors.
- Classroom instruction and time behind the wheel.
- And you’ll get paid for it.
If that sounds good to you, apply online or call our recruiting department at 833.4.HALVOR to learn more.
Read more about earning your CDL
How To Become A Driver
OTR Finishing Program
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