About us

If you dream of a job earning 40.000 a year you’re in the right place!

truck driver

A 1 Truck Driving School, Inc

The economy is in the path of recovery, and as the job opportunity shifts, this is a great time for the trucking industry. A new demand for experienced drivers is surfacing.

We at A 1 Truck Driving School, Inc can prepare you to become professional in as little two weeks for CDL (commercial driver license).

We are school certified in the State of California and have been in the trucking business since 1975. We also specialize in construction vehicle training including transfers, doubles, and flats. Our campus includes a spacious yard for training and practice.

Our instructors are friendly, courteous and patient, and are available 7 days a week to work with your schedule. We’re convenient located in Bay area, with training in Hayward.

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We guarantee that in three weeks you will be on the way for a new career. Our clients have the highest rate of graduation.

  • More than 90% Graduation rate
  • Lifetime Career Services Assistance for our graduates
  • New graduates can earn up to 40k+ benefits
  • Experienced drivers can earn up to $80,000/yr
  • Class A, B Truck Driving Programs (we help our students finding a new job in the trucking industry. Our director of placement will align you with the best job the suits you).


Truck Driving Salary Expectations

Truck drivers are one of America's highest paying professions. You’ll make an average in the first year truck driving salary for an OTR driver is $35,000 - $40,000, paid vacation, and 401K retirement plan. We’ll make sure you’ll be aligned with the leading companies.

We know that being a good driver is not everything; therefore we will prepare you for life time achievement by preparing with set interview skills and job seeking skills that often makes the successes of our students as they enter the Trucking Industry, Compared to other companies.

Throughout the entire training period, we work closely with our students to make sure their job seeking skills are developed.

Students are advised on topics ranging from filling out employment applications to developing professional attitude and work habits that employers look for.

Truck drivers are generally paid by the hour and get overtime.

Earnings of long-haul drivers usually depend on miles driven or hours worked, as well as seniority, and the type of truck operated.

Wages are different from region to region and also often depend on the kind of freight that is carried.

At A 1 Truck Driving School, Inc we prepare students with knowledge and skills for abundance of entry level jobs in trucking industry.

Defensive driving techniques necessary to develop skills level required to pass the commercial Drivers License examination are taught. Emphasis is placed on safety, and a thorough understanding of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Rules and regulations in the operation of heavy duty tractor/trailer equipment

A Career in Trucking Has Never Looked Better!