Our Story

Driving Academy was established to create the best learning environment for all our students. Since driving is something we take very seriously. Our founder came from a family of teachers and professional CDL drivers. He has, practically, grown up in this business and, teaching and driving is in his blood. Our founder has developed a system of driver education that can help even the most challenged students. He has truly taken this industry by storm by putting fundamental education before anything else.

Getting a License is as easy as 1-2-3

1. Pick a license to freedom




2. Pick a course to freedom

Flexible training options: You can pick your schedule around your needs
Training Times: Monday – Friday 7:30 – 9:00pm,  Saturday and Sunday 9:00am – 1pm (weekend hours subject to change)

Guaranteed Training Course

Unlimited Road Test Rentals
Both Classroom & Yard Training
Full Time Only

Full Course

(Both Classroom + Yard Training)

Half Course

Just Yard Training

Full Time

(8 Hours per day)

Part Time

(4 Hours per day)

3. Pass test and earn your license to freedom

Why Driving Academy

Practice Test Questions & Answers
General Knowledge

We have provided a Sample of question that might come up for your written exam. These are not all the questions that will be on the test. For more sample questions or access to our online training course give us a call today.

Hint: Correct answer is underlined.

A. stop and test the traction while going up hill
B. drive along-side other commercial drivers
C. decrease the distance that you look ahead of your vehicle
D. make turns as gently as possible

A. steer around it when it is safe to do so
B. hit it with your vehicle to knock it off the road
C. brake hard to avoid hitting it
D. stop and direct traffic around it

A. Fire extinguishers, warning devices, spare electrical fuses
B. warning devices, fire extinguisher, wheel chocks
C. spare electrical fuses, flashlight, tire gauge
D. tire inflation foam, flashlight, warning-devices

A. Using the steering axle brakes to prevent over steering
B. Steering in the opposite direction from what other drivers expect you to do
C. Turning the wheel in the opposite direction after steering to avoid a traffic emergency
D. Turning the steering wheel counter clockwise

A. Never
B. Only when the shipment will not cross state fines
C. Only when the vehicle does not require placards
D. Only when a person who has the hazardous materials endorsement rides in the vehicle

A. Before starting off and driving uphill
B. Before shutting engine off and during the brake tests
C. Before starting downhill and before entering a curve
D. Before stopping and before entering a curve

A. Axle, Pressure plate, bellows, spindle
B. Tires, rims, lug nuts, valve stem
C. Pitman arm, drag link, gear box, tie rod
D. Spindle, leaf spring, control arm, axle

A. Cargo doors or cargo securement
B. Tire and brake temperature
C. Service, emergency and electric line connections
D. all of the above

A. At a special brake testing center only
B. On level ground when the vehicle is traveling at highway speed
C. When the vehicle is moving at about 5 MPH
D. In a parking lot when the vehicle is not moving

A. Control arm, U bolts, axle
B. Shock absorbers, leaf springs, U bolts
C. Castle nuts, spindle, drag link
D. Tie rod, pitman arm, cotter pins

A. When turning, you should signal early
B. You do not need to use your signal when changing lanes on a four-lane highway
C. You should use your turn signal to mark your vehicle when it is pulled off the side of the road
D. When turning, you should cancel the signal just before you make the turn

A. Engine compartment, tires, fuel tank
B. Clearance lights, identification lights, grill
C. Lug nuts, coupling system, headlights
D. Brake drum, service lines, signal lights

A. If you must stop to nap, it should be at a truck stop/public area never on the side of the road
B. A half-hour break for coffee will do more to keep you alert than a half-hour nap
C. The only thing that can cure fatigue is sleep
D. There are drugs that can overcome being tired

A. Proper fit
B. Fluid level
C. Cracks, leaks
D. Safety

A. Applying hard pressure on both the brake pedal and accelerator after coming out of the water
B. Gently put on the brakes and test them after you have cleared the water
C. Turning on your brake heaters
D. Driving through quickly

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