Phoenix Truck Driving Institute
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Phoenix Truck Driving Institute is a premier post-secondary educational institution that has trained thousands of students to not only pass their Commercial Driver License test, but to become the kind of professional driver that companies seek. It’s what we’ve done for decades, and it’s why our graduates are working for many of the nation’s top over-the-road carriers, as well as regional and local companies.

 

Phoenix Truck Driving Institute is licensed by the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division.

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Osman H. Farah
8 months ago
After further review of my case, Phoenix Truck Driving Institute came to my aide. After listening to me the team gave me the necessary hours to achieve my goal. Thank you all very much.
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Osman H. Farah
8 months ago
Was not happy, attended the program for 8 weeks (60days). Accomplished my B2B, permit and Pre-Trip, but could not get the Quality of Training Service to get me pass my Straight back, Off Set and Parallel parking. I have urged the institute to provide me hands on 1 -to-1 training to better understand the movement of the steering wheel in refernce to the trucks directional movement but never received it. I was rushed to take tests when my 160hrs were complete without the proper time behind the wheel. Out of the 320hrs I received I can say I received 5-6 hrs behind the the wheel. The instructor to student ratio is 30-40 students / 1instructor. 15mins behind the wheel after an 8hr day, starting at 5:30am. I was told I was not confident, and that was true I never received the proper training. FYI, the trucks breakdown a lot, the number of students increase but a lot have a hard time graduating... Read More
Was not happy, attended the program for 8 weeks (60days). Accomplished my B2B, permit and Pre-Trip, but could not get the Quality of Training Service to get me pass my Straight back, Off Set and Parallel parking. I have urged the institute to provide me hands on 1 -to-1 training to better understand the movement of the steering wheel in refernce to the trucks directional movement but never received it. I was rushed to take tests when my 160hrs were complete without the proper time behind the wheel. Out of the 320hrs I received I can say I received 5-6 hrs behind the the wheel. The instructor to student ratio is 30-40 students / 1instructor. 15mins behind the wheel after an 8hr day, starting at 5:30am. I was told I was not confident, and that was true I never received the proper training. FYI, the trucks breakdown a lot, the number of students increase but a lot have a hard time graduating. I've expensend by time, labor and resources but was failed..Their program should be tested before anymore students get tested with their checkbook. "Fool me once shame on me, fool me twice shame on you!!" Read Less
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Mike Bashaw
10 months ago
Had a awesome time learning how to shift gears MIKE THE ON THE ROAD INSTRUSTER aka BASKIN is awesome. I'm gonna get out and get those COMMAS. Keep it 💯