FAQ

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A: We will set up these appointments for you. After you register for a course please be patient while we schedule your DOT physical and drug screen. You can obtain it on your own as well. Please make sure you use an approved Doctor National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners

A: Applicant must be 18 years old; 21 years old if interested in interstate driving positions. All program applicants must be able to read, write and speak English, understand highway traffic signs and signals, converse with the general public, respond to official inquiries, and make legible entries on reports and records as required by Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. You must have a valid driver license at the time of enrollment, must be drug free and agree to drug testing requirements and be able pass a Department of Transportation Medical Exam (we will set up your DOT Physical & Drug screen for you).

A: Please see our Programs page for course fees and additional fees.

A: If you require extra time and training from our instructors there are no extra fees involved.

A: Our CDL A course is 4 weeks long and provide 160 hours of truck driving training. The CDL B & Bus course is 3 weeks long and provides 80 hours of training. Upon completion of the course students take a CDL test to obtain their license and receive a Certificate of Completion.

A: Yes! We accept all major credit cards. And no we do not charge credit card fees.

A: For those taking refresher courses there are no fees for test rides for those brushing up their skills before an interview.

A: We are among one of the schools in the state that charge the lowest and most affordable fees. We also accept credit cards and can arrange weekly payment plans with our students.

A: Our student : instructor ratio is 3:1 when on the road. The ratio varies in the classroom.

A: Skagit City Trucking School strives for quality not quantity. We want our students to have a quality education with reasonable class sizes with some of the best instructors in WA state. Also: SCTS is the #1 ranked school in the state by the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation!

A: We have a 98% graduation rate and a 98% hire rate right out of school for local & over the road work.

A: Our former students tell us they are very well prepared for their CDL test. To read some of our reviews check out our testimonials from satisfied students.

A: Thank you for your service! As a benefit to you we pay the DOT Physical & Drug Screen fees.

A: We assure you our instructors and staff are very well-qualified: we have over 190+ years in all aspects of the trucking industry!

A: We are the only school in the area with an oval track used just for training purposes.

A: Students learn how to operate the equipment safely before they hit the road; this reduces their stress levels along with our fellow motorists.

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For more info on our programs please see our WA state Career Bridge page.