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3730 E Trent Ste 2
Spokane, WA 99202

Opening hours

Mon – Fri 7 A.M. – 4 P.M.
Sat & Sun – Closed

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Locations in Post Falls and Spokane

With the largest training fleet in Eastern Washington and the highest level of instructors. We will push you past the industry standard to ensure your success once out of school.

Have more questions give us a call: 509-990-2884

Step #1 Select the type of CDL you would like to obtain

Step #2 Schedule your permit test

Step #3 Schedule drug test and medical card appt

Step #4 Get Your Driver Abstract 

Classes start every Monday

Call today to get registered 


Day classes

Monday – Friday

Start Every Monday

7:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday
Class A: 20 days (160 hours)

Class B: 10 days (80 hours)

Evening Classes

Monday – Friday

Starts Every Monday

3:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
 ​Monday – Friday (160 hours).

Class B or B to A

Monday – Friday

Starts Every Monday

7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

10 days (80 hours)*

*DOT requirement: 2019 Class B 80 hours or B to A is 80 hours

Financial Assistance is Available

A major benefit of DRIVE509 is that  financial assistance is available for those who qualify.

  • We work closely with Worksource, Rural Resources and the Idaho Department of Labor. If you are not employed or have been recently laid off, you may qualify for some assistance.
  • Depending on your credit score and household income, your personal bank or credit union may be a good option for a personal loan.
  • We now have a private loan option for tuition with Climb Credit. You can apply online and get an answer within minutes without affecting your credit score. Click here:
    • Disclaimer: Applying does not guarantee a loan. You will still need to contact Drive509 to get registered for school.

In addition to financing options, we work with numerous trucking companies who offer tuition reimbursement programs and more!

* Credit Cards Accepted

What is CDL Training?

Truck Drivers are required to hold a Class A CDL license in order to drive their tractor-trailers both in state and on long trips across state lines.
Drive 509 CDL Training School will teach you everything you need to know to get your Class A CDL license in as little as 3-4 weeks.
In order to get a Class A CDL License, you need to have a minimum of 160 hours of combined classroom and behind the wheel training driving a truck.
Once you have your Class A CDL you are ready to head to your new employer for additional training.

Let's Drive Your Career Forward together