Find Truck Driving Schools and Diesel Mechanic Programs

Welcome to AllTrucking.com, your source for everything related to the trucking industry. You're in good hands when you come to us with your educational needs. AllTrucking.com has been registered since 2005, and we have a long history of delivering quality educational information to prospective students.

We're an industry leader for several reason: we have the most up-to-date information available, our number one goal is serving our visitors, and we have trucking veterans on staff that help us deliver the information you need. Our website is one of the most extensive in the industry, serving students from all over the country. We have helped many students start their trucking careers - we're excited to help you next!

Our Goals and Vision

We have many goals here at AllTrucking.com, but all of them have something in common: our visitors. We know how exciting and overwhelming it can be to begin the process of going back to school. From finding a school and looking for financial aid to preparing for your job search, we're here to help you navigate the trucking industry.

Our first goal is to help you find the right school for your educational needs. The fields of trucking and diesel technology are closely linked, so we offer information on both degrees and careers. We want you to be fully informed throughout the school selection process, so we offer all the information you need. When you peruse our school lists, you can find out what the average tuition cost is in your state, the average scholarship award, and the average loan amount. Our easy-to-use maps show you exactly where each school is located in your state.

Our second goal is helping you prepare for the job search after graduation. Trucking and diesel technology are rapidly growing fields, so you are starting your career at just the right time. When you visit our state pages, you can find out some of the biggest trucking employers in your state.

Why Trucking?

Why might you look into trucking or diesel technology for your new career? The solid job outlook certainly helps. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs for truck drivers are expected to increase by 11% between 2012 and 2022. Truck driving companies need qualified drivers to fill these positions, and they are ready to compete for your employment. The truck driver shortage in many parts of the country has led many employers to start offering sign-on bonuses and paid training.

Let's Get Started

Learn more about trucking programs or diesel mechanic programs in your state, and find out what one of these degrees can do for your future. We make it easy to find a school near you. Contact any schools you might be interested in attending—no matter what you want from a school, AllTrucking.com can help you find it.