3800 Cummings Highway, Chattanooga, TN 37419
Roadmaster Drivers School’s formula for success is simple. We are an industry-leading CDL training school that provides experienced truck driving school instructors and offers students comprehensive CDL classes and behind-the-wheel truck driving education so they are fully prepared to start their new job in the trucking industry. By focusing on giving students the best education and maintaining high job placement standards, Roadmaster has gained a national reputation in the trucking industry for quality training of entry-level commercial truck drivers.
You can usually recognize a Roadmaster trained truck driver by the amount of care he or she takes with their truck, their parking technique, backing up, passing and safety skills. We consider our training practices to be the most hands-on and safety-focused training in the country. Roadmaster ranks ahead of its truck driving school competitors by grounding itself in old-fashioned hard work, maintaining strong relationships with big-name carriers and offering total student assistance before, during, and after their CDL classes.
Truck Driver Career Benefits
Starting Pay Averaging Up To $45,000 Per Year – First year Truck Drivers average up to $45,000 their first year.* That means you can expect to make up to $850 weekly or $1700 bi-weekly as a Class A CDL Licensed Truck Driver!
Job Security – Truck Driver jobs can’t be outsourced. Truck Drivers are responsible for dispersing America’s goods and necessities across the states, and are needed throughout the nation. The ATA estimates a shortage of nearly 48,000 Truck Drivers, and the demand is expected to continue rising throughout the decade.
Medical, Dental and Life Insurance– Medical and Dental Insurance are common perks in the truck driving industry.
401k Retirement Savings Plan – Earn money for retirement as you navigate the highway!
Paid Vacation and Sick Time – Professional Truck Drivers need vacation time to unwind from work and sick time to recover from illnesses.
Take your pet with you on the road! – If leaving your pet at home during runs isn’t an option, consider taking them on your trips! Certain carriers allow Truck Drivers to bring their pets as travel buddies.