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Our hope is that as once you visit our website, you will give us the opportunity to do for you what we have done for so many others, and that is to get them started with their new CDL truck driving career!
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Did you know that right now the United States is facing a great shortage of truck drivers? Per the American Trucking Associations (ATA) latest report, the U.S. is short 35,000 to 40,000 truck drivers. There are several reasons cited for these for shortages such as changes in regulations and fewer younger people are interested in this profession.
Marshall CDL Driving Schools, Inc., is very appreciative towards our Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, Coast Guardsmen, the National Guard, their families and we’re as equally proud to participate with veteran assistance programs to best prepare our students in attaining those additional job skills to assist them compete in the civilian workforce.