USING YOUR G.I. BILL FOR CDL TRAINING
Updated: Jan 30
Many people have asked us whether or not you can use your Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) benefits for attending truck driver training programs. The short answer – YES! Your GI Bill can help cover the cost of obtaining your Class A CDL. For veterans of the armed services, it can make getting your CDL less expensive or help you have close to zero cost.
Here are a few reasons why you should use your GI Bill to become a truck driver.
STABLE JOB SECURITY
In today’s economy, jobs are no longer a dime a dozen…unless you’re a truck driver. Our nation needs truck drivers to function. Without truck drivers, we wouldn’t have any goods to sell, there’d be even fewer jobs and our society would be in shambles. As a truck driver, you’ll experience a stable job market and enjoy having a job that the world relies on. When you use your GI Bill to become a professional truck driver, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that you’ll have access to a job upon graduation.
From a steady salary, to insurance opportunities, to starting a 401k option, professional truck drivers experience amazing benefits. There’s nothing better than a stable job with benefits! Whether you are providing for your family or starting your career, these benefits will position you for a spectacular quality of life as a truck driver.
A HANDS-ON JOB
Can you see yourself sitting behind a boring cubicle for the rest of your life? Probably not! As a professional truck driver, you’ll experience life on the road and a truly hands-on employment opportunity. Since ZETA Driving School accepts the GI Bill, you’ll be happy knowing that you will have a job you enjoy!
What are you waiting for? ZETA Driving School is ready to accept your GI Bill and get you and other veterans on track to become successful truck drivers. Our new training facility in Kansas is exactly what you need to get started on your new career!
Contact ZETA Driving School today to learn more about using your GI Bill towards your CDL Class A education and training.