CDL Testing Truck Driving School TransTech Announces Greenville, NC Location

TransTech has announced the opening of their seventh truck driver training and CDL testing facility in North Carolina. The new location is at Pitt Community College in Greenville, NC.

Hickory, United States - March 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

A leading truck driver training and CDL school in North Carolina has announced the opening of a new location. For prospective students who wish to earn their Class A Commercial Driver’s License, TransTech now provides training at a new convenient location.

The new TransTech facility is in Greenville, NC at Pitt Community College, located at 3107 South Memorial Drive. They are currently enrolling students for a full-time course at the new location, which will start soon. The course will run for four weeks and space is limited.

To learn more about TransTech’s Greenville location, or any of their upcoming courses, visit the page on their website for the new location here: https://www.trans-tech.net/cdl-truck-driving-school-greenville-nc/

TransTech prides itself on listening to and understanding the top trucking companies in the nation to ensure that their training program is up-to-date. Graduates of the TransTech program have a very high employment rate within the truck driving profession, and it has never been easier to enroll. With their new location in Greenville, NC, many students can now receive top level truck driver training closer to their homes.

TransTech is licensed by the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles as a truck driver training school and third-party examination site to perform CDL Skills Examinations. TransTech students in Greenville, NC and at all TransTech locations are trained and taught by trucking industry experts.

The new training location offers a modern facility, updated equipment, professional and certified trainers, and small class sizes. The standard TransTech course of study adheres to all requirements and specifications set forth by the Department of Transportation and the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles.

Pitt Community College in Greenville, NC is the seventh location for TransTech. Their other truck driver training and CDL testing facilities are in Asheville, Charlotte, Newton, Roxboro, Rutherfordton, and Winston-Salem, NC.

To sign up for a course with TransTech at their new location in Greenville, NC, call 252-493-7319 today.

Contact Info:
Name: Eric Wright
Organization: TransTech
Address: 1261 US Highway 70 Southeast, Hickory, NC 28602, United States
Website: https://www.trans-tech.net

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 492589

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