About Us

Commercial Driver's License for Experts

The Motor Vehicle Training School is the foremost institution for the advancement of commercial drivers in classes A, B, and C.

Our Mission

We are driven to provide high-quality training and comprehensive driver literacy, resulting in official certification.

Our Vision

We strive to teach and cultivate an elite driving force, capable of maneuvering and operating all forms of heavy equipment.

Our Goal

We aim to become the premier training facility in the region with responsibilty for providing a workforce of highly trained and fully certified drivers.

Commercial Driver's License for Experts

The Motor Vehicle Training School is the foremost institution for the advancement of commercial drivers in classes A, B, and C.

Our Mission

We are driven to provide high-quality training and comprehensive driver literacy, resulting in official certification.

Our Vision

We strive to teach and cultivate an elite driving force, capable of maneuvering and operating all forms of heavy equipment.

Our Goal

We aim to become the premier training facility in the region with responsibilty for providing a workforce of highly trained and fully certified drivers.

CDL Certified Classes

What is CDL?

Commercial Driver’s license (CDL) allows a tested and approved driver to operate certain types of motor vehicles including 18-wheeler trucks, tour buses, school buses, passenger buses, tanker vehicles, tow trucks, and vehicles transporting hazardous materials.

  • Class A CDL

    Required to operate any combination of vehicles with a gross combination weight rating (GVWR) of 26,001 or more pounds, provided the towed vehicle is heavier than 10,000 pounds. Tractor-trailers (also known as Semi, Big Rig, or 18-wheeler), Truck and trailer combinations, Tanker vehicles, Livestock carriers, and Flatbeds. Most Class B and Class C vehicles. 

  • Class B CDL

    Required to operate any single vehicle that isn’t hitched to a trailer (commercial trucks that have an attached cab and cargo area with a combined weight greater than 26,000 pounds, as well as trucks with a detached towed cargo vehicle that weighs less than 10,000 pounds). Straight trucks, large buses (city buses, tourist buses, and school buses), Segmented buses, Box trucks (including delivery trucks and furniture trucks), and Dump trucks with small trailers.

  • Class C CDL

    Required to operate a single vehicle with GVWR of fewer than 26,001 pounds or a vehicle towing another vehicle that weighs less than 10,000 pounds, or transports 24 or fewer passengers, including the driver.

Types of CDL Descriptions

How Do I Get Certified Now?

These are the steps you need to make in order to apply for a Certified Driving License. Follow the instructions to be guaranteed a spot today!

Step One

Email us at info@mvts-bs.com letting us know the type of vehicle you drive. (Make and Model)

Step Two

Receive detailed information from the company advising of your certification class and the fees involved.

Step Three

Complete application forms and return to us and make payment.

Step Four

Send payment receipt to the email address that sent the information to you.

Step Five

You will now be set for a seat in one of the upcoming classes. An email will be sent advising of the date, time and location for your class and the practicals.