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CDL Schools

a month ago
Cody Lindeman for CASE CDL
CASE was wonderful. They did a fantastic job training me and I felt comfortable in every step of the process. I will be recommending them to anyone who asks.

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2 months ago
Doc for CASE CDL
I am 100% satisfied with the utmost professionalism and thoroughness “CASE CDL” school covers in such a quick amount of time. I’m grateful for their help and look forward to referring anybody their way. Very highly recommended to anybody seeking the knowledge and skills associated with driving a truck.

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3 months ago
Lottie Taylor for Dallas College Cedar Valley Campus
I love the admission department. Everyone in that office is kind and goes above and beyond to help you.

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3 months ago
Andrew Orgeron for CASE CDL
Charles and Alyssa are the BEST in the business!! Very knowledgeable and dedicated to helping you succeed!!! They will teach you everything you need to become a driver!! If you want your class A cdl this is THE place to go!!! Recommend to everyone!!!!!

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4 months ago
Landon Fleming for CASE CDL
I couldn’t have done it with out the help of Charles and Alyssa. They are both super helpful and very easy to learn from . I highly recommend. Great people! And a great experience! Thank you Charles, Alyssa and Lewis for training me !

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5 months ago
Michael James for 160 Driving Academy of New Britain
The Branch Manager (Amy Gravell) is awesome and very responsive and knowledgeable about helping you get started in the CDL program. All the instructors are very helpful as well; Emilio, Leslie, Jason, Corey, Miguel, Tom & Kyle have very extensive knowledge and are highly motivated trainers.

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6 months ago
Randin Johnson for CASE CDL
Case CDL is the bomb. Charles was a stone cold killer when it came to instructing and preparing you for your final test exam! The guys amazing, clear, thorough, and very understanding when he teaches you everything you need to know. Answered every question and concerns throughout the day I had and was a very straight to the point shooter this is how it is type of guy. I would without a doubt recommend him before anywhere else not to mention his rates are very affordable. I promise you won’t be disappointed!!!!!!

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6 months ago
James Schoonmaker for 160 Driving Academy of Evansville
Wow, l've been a class a CDL driver nearly 20 years. Not once have I heard of a training school not be ready to test their students out immediately after training From what l've heard there are multiple students that have paid, completed the required training, quit their jobs (recommended by 160) to start a new career just to be put on hold for no telling how long. So do what you want but I wouldn't trust any training that would put me in a holding status after they've taken my money. Because let's face it...It really sounds to me like once the check clears they quit caring about students all together.

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6 months ago
Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce for Dallas College Cedar Valley Campus
The Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce proudly recognizes Dallas College's Cedar Valley Campus as an essential partner in our community's progress. Their commitment to education and community development aligns seamlessly with our goals of fostering growth and prosperity. Dr. Nikki Ceasar-Small, as a dedicated leader, has been instrumental in this mission. Her tireless work in amplifying the campus's efforts is commendable. She has proven to be a visionary advocate for education, inspiring and guiding students as they pursue their academic and professional dreams. We are tremendously proud, keep being amazing!

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I know that I really appreciate all the instructors. Dave made sure our class made sure that we understood what should be expected of us and to do it safely and efficiently. So yeah if you want to learn how to drive a semi this is the school you need to go to. It actually was fun..

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