Truck Driving Schools In Oklahoma – CDL Training 2017-10-10T10:19:43+00:00
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We have put together a comprehensive list of truck driving schools in Oklahoma. We do not endorse any single school and this list of trucking schools is only meant to be a guide in helping you find a truck driving school to attend.

These driving schools are currently in operation as of early 2017. If you know of a trucking school that is not listed please contact us and we will add your school to our list.


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List of Truck Driving Schools in Oklahoma


Arbuckle Truck Driving School – 800-560-2837

1807 South Commerce Street Ardmore, OK


Roadmaster Drivers School – (918) 834-6221 

2215 North Sheridan Road Tulsa, OK – Read reviews


American Truck Training – (405) 254-5556

3200 Aluma Valley Drive Oklahoma City, OK – Read Reviews


American Truck Driving School – 580-250-1121

3501 Southwest Sheridan Road Lawton, OK 73505 – Read Reviews


Central Tech Truck Driver Training – 918-352-7311

3 CT Circle Drumright, OK 74030


Redlands Community College – 866-415-6367

1300 S Country Club Road El Reno, OK 73036


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Tips For Finding A Reputable Truck Driving School In Oklahoma

Class Size – Remember that you are paying for your CDL training with money out of your pocket. Don’t settle for large overcrowded classes where you can’t have your questions answered. Twenty students per instructor in the classroom is a good class size that should allow for some one on one interaction.

Truck to Student Ratio – This is the most important factor to consider when choosing a truck driving school. No more than three or four students per truck. It is very important, no extremely important that you get time behind the wheel backing and out on the road.

Driving School Cost – A four to six week class should run you between $2,500 and $4,000 dollars. Do not let your location to the school be a huge factor in your decision as to what school you attend. Many schools offer free housing at or near their trucking school.

You may also want to consider trucking companies that offer training as well.