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CDL Training Near North Little Rock

North Little Rock is a fairly large city, with over 64,000 residents. The cost of living is 13% below the national average. Several large highways intersect in North Little Rock, including Arkansas Highway 365 and I-630. R+L Carriers, J.B. Hunt, and McConnell and Son are some of the biggest trucking employers in this area.North Little Rock, near the large metropolis of Little Rock, is an excellent city for prospective truck drivers and diesel mechanics. There are two schools in this city; both have truck driving programs and one school has a diesel technology program. The average cost of tuition is $3,183. Students get an average scholarship award of $2,057.

If you want to become a truck driver, you can complete your truck driving training in just three weeks at C-1 Truck Driver Training. To earn a certificate or diploma in diesel technology, you can plan a one or two-year commitment.In general, truck drivers in the North Little Rock area can earn fairly high salaries. The Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that tractor-trailer drivers in the area earn an average of $38,820 per year. Light truck drivers earn, on average, $29,520 per year (BLS, 2013).