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Since 1998, Keystone Diesel in Butler, Pennsylvania, has helped thousands of graduates get jobs at major transportation companies nationwide. Our placement specialist will guide you through the application process and follow your progress to ensure you find the opportunities you are looking for.
This training prepares students to obtain their required endorsements, including General Knowledge, Air Brakes, Doubles and Triples, Tanker, and Hazmat. Instruction is also provided on logbooks and the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Regulations.
Backing Range Training
Backing range training is designed so that students will not only reach the level necessary to pass the required state test, but also to achieve the skill level expected of an entry level driver.
The road training is on public roads, consisting of multiple driving challenges and terrains that professional drivers experience on a day-to-day basis.
Throughout all the sections of the course, we present to each student in detail the instruction necessary to pass the state licensing exams. Each student is taken to a state test site with the school's equipment to perform the required skills test to obtain a CDL License.
We offer three flexible options for your education schedule. The four-week full time daylight courses and the six-week daylight courses start weekly.
When you graduate as an entry-level truck driver from Keystone Diesel Institute, the career possibilities are very exciting. Think about it, almost everything that we eat, wear, or use is transported by a tractor-trailer. Our country’s economy depends on drivers in the transportation industry.
Over the Road
Enjoy the thrill of traveling and meeting new people with over the road trucking. You can run all 48 continental states and be on the road as long as you like. You will see things most people only dream of.
Balance freedom of the road with your time at home when you are a regional trucker. Regional trucking allows you to work within a specific region that will normally get you home on weekends and occasionally even weekdays.
If you're interested in a more traditional work schedule, consider seeking employment as a local truck driver. Local drivers maintain a work schedule that gets them home every night.