Due to overwhelming demand, we are currently not accepting registrations. We are a landscaping company in the spring, summer, and fall.

Registration re-opens on November 1st, 2022.

Pricing for the term will not be set until November 1st. Please contact us after November 1st to inquire about signing up for our next training in the fall.

Thank you for understanding.

What We Offer

We are a registered trainer with approved locations in the FMCSA Training Provider Registry for Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT). To start training with us, you'll need to obtain your CDL permit and pass EDLT Theory Training, once you've done both of those, you're ready for our hands-on training.


From November 15th - April 1st, we offer our in-person Behind the Wheel (BTW) & Range training program in Pelham, NH so you can obtain your CDL-A or CDL-B license in either NH or MA. We do not do tractor-trailer training. Your license will have a pintle restriction and an automatic restriction.


Over the last 10 years, we have trained many drivers for their CDL driver's license, with many of them passing their driving test on the first try.


Our affordable program offers one-on-one hands-on truck inspection training and driving training on a flexible schedule built around your availability! Also included is our library of learning materials: handbook, training videos, flashcards, a sponsor, and all materials needed for the day of your road test. NH Residents test right at our facility and MA Residents will test in Newbury, MA.  

  • CDL- A

  • CDL- B

  • New Hampshire

  • Massachusetts


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CDL Requirements


The Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act requires every state to meet the same minimum standards for commercial driver licensing. The standards require drivers to get a Commercial Driver License (CDL) to operate any of the following commercial motor vehicles:

• A vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) in excess of 26,000 pounds.
• A combination of trailer and towing unit which exceeds 26,000 pounds GVWR with the trailer in excess of 10,000 pounds GVWR.
• A vehicle designed to transport 16 or more passengers, including the driver.
• Any size vehicle which transports hazardous materials which requires a Hazmat placard.

Drivers are required to pass different knowledge and road tests depending on the Classifications and Endorsements they apply for and the type of license they currently hold. Before applying for a CDL license, drivers should thoroughly review the Commercial Driver Manual, which can be downloaded or is available at any DMV office.


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