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North Shore Driving School Ltd. is proud to offer driving classes in North Vancouver for new and learning truck drivers. Our Truck Driver Education Course is comprised of theory and practical training for Classes 1 and 3. Various topics are covered, from initial orientation to the vehicles where students become familiar with controls and adjustments, to the operation of vehicles including basic driving skills, urban traffic, and highway driving. Students learn the different techniques required in navigating freeways and city traffic, and how to drive on mountainous roads advancing your skills. We cover tractor-trailers and the different laws, which apply to professional drivers. These Burnaby driving classes prepare the student to competently drive trucks and trailers for commercial and professional purposes. Become involved by signing up for a course today!
Please see below, the core content of our theory and practical training for Class 1 and 3. These are the various topics we will cover with you during our training courses.
North Shore Driving School also serves Coquitlam, Surrey, Richmond, Langley, and Abbotsford.
Contact North Shore Driving School in North Vancouver or Burnaby for more information about our course outline.
Class 1 & 3 Practical Training Outline
The following is a general overview of the "On-Road" portion of the core program for Class 1 and 3 training.
Total hours of practical training will vary depending on your chosen course.
Orientation to Vehicles
Operation of Vehicles
Driving in Urban Traffic
Proper Engine Operation
Mountain Operating Procedures
Class 1 & 3 Theory Outline
The following represents the broad topics covered in the classroom theory portion of the Core Program.
Total hours of truck theory training: 8 Hours
Introduction to Tractor-Trailer Operation
Introduction to Basic Control Maneuvers
Theory of Operating Combination Vehicles in Traffic
Advanced Operating Theory
Vehicle Maintenance Theory
The Professional Driver and the Law