Colorado Truck Driving Schools
Our Colorado truck driving schools offer a wide variety of training programs at both our Northern and Southern Colorado Campuses. With a staff of 18 employees, and 14 in Colorado Springs, plus a full-time diesel mechanic, US Truck Driving School can take care of your every training need, including:
- 160 Hour Interstate Heavy Duty Class A Tractor Trailer Training
- 40 Hour Class A Refresher Course
- 40 Hour Class B Truck & Bus Training
- 10 Hour Class A & B Refresher Courses
The Rocky Mountains have their own magic! And Denver and Colorado Springs both are located at the heart of the Rocky Mountain Empire. No matter if you prefer skiing, camping, fishing, or spectator sports, you can find a home in Colorado.
Denver Center (Call 1-800-727-73640)
Increasingly important as commercial centers for the High Plains and the Mountain States, Denver, Longmont and Colorado Springs are all located on major north-south and east-west interstate highways, which bring goods to and through the region to all parts of the nation. The transportation needs of such a large area are very great, and the trucking industry has responded with steady growth patterns.
Metropolitan Denver has a reputation for the quality of life offered, and the closeness to mountain ski areas and the plains’ wide open spaces explains why. Major league sports teams and cultural facilities only increase the attractiveness of the City’s front range location.
Only a few minutes from the mountains and from downtown Denver, the Denver Center is one of the most centrally located Colorado truck driving schools on Interstate 70 near Wadsworth Boulevard. The two main buildings –administration and instruction– are on the edge of an 18-acre practice driving range. The administration building houses the record-keeping staff and all student services. The instruction building has a large and comfortable classroom, a reference library, a laboratory with schematic displays of operating and safety systems, a simulator, and audio/video instructional equipment. The Denver Center serves the training needs of northern Colorado.
Colorado Springs Center (Call 1-800-666-7364)
As a growing center of high technology activity, Colorado Springs provides its residents with the kind of surroundings most cities envy. From the majesty of Pike’s Peak to the City’s parks, Colorado Springs shows the pride and life of a modern, prosperous community.
Opened in 1982, the Colorado Springs Center is located on 30 acres near exit 119 on Interstate 25, and has 30,000 square feet of space devoted to training activities. The Center is convenient for residents of Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and the surrounding areas.