Toronto Truck Driving School wants to ensure that you get the best educational experience possible during your training. We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions that our staff has been asked over the years.

If you don’t see your question listed below, give us a call and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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Why is the trucking industry a good career choice?

Truck driving is a good career choice because it is such a stable industry and it steadily grows every year. Almost everything you purchase has at one time been on a truck. Trucking companies will always be looking for well-trained, professional truck drivers.

As a long distance truck driver, how often will I be away from home?

As an over-the-road driver, you can expect to be away from home 10-14 days at a time. As a general “rule of thumb” you can expect to receive one day off for each week you are on the road. After driving over-the-road for 12 months, you would then have the required experience to seek a regional or local position.

I am coming to school to study trucking as a second career. Will I fit in?

Many of our students come to TTDS later on in life. Either after raising a family they are looking for a well paying career, or many have left their previous careers and are searching for an exciting new field. Our students range from any wherein their 20s to in their 60s. No matter what your background you will fit right in to the TTDS family as you train for your exciting new career.

What research should I do prior to choosing a school that will be right for me?

Prior to enrolling, interview students in the program, or take a tour of the school. Ask if the school will let you sit in or observe the class or course that you are interested in before enrolling. You should also visit the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities (MTCU) website to see of the school is registered and in good standing. Another tool at your disposal is the Better Business Bureau, check us out on their website at

What do I need to know before signing a contract with a school?

An enrollment agreement should reflect information about the school’s total costs for the contracted-for course of instruction, a list of the charges that are non-refundable, the name and description of the program of instruction, the total amount of classes or hours needed to complete the program, payment schedules, cancellation and refund policies, and other mandatory disclosures regarding your rights and responsibilities as a student at the institution. Ensure you review these terms carefully and if something is not clear, don’t be afraid to speak up.

When do your courses start?

For your convenience we offer continuous start dates. Our one on one training approach allows us to be more flexible with dates, allowing you to start your training faster. Get in touch with us today to learn more about student focused scheduling.

What days are you open, and what are your training hours?

As many of our students have job and family obligations, we try to make training as accessible as possible. Our school is open seven days a week, and lessons can start as early as 6 am on road test days and extend well into the evening. As your practical training will be one-on-one, we are able to offer a customized training schedule that will fit your lifestyle.