Auburn Hills Trucking Schools

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With two truck driving programs within its borders, Auburn Hills can be the ideal place to get your education and start your career. There is one dedicated truck driving school and one college that has a driving program. The average cost of tuition is $7,740. Students enjoy an average scholarship award of $2,677.

Program lengths vary significantly between schools. At Baker College, you can complete your trucking training in about one semester. At Integrity Truck Driving School, you may be able to complete your training in as little as four to eight weeks. No matter which school you choose, you can plan on getting lots of driving experience.

With lower-than-average housing costs, Auburn Hills is a popular city for truckers that want to settle down. You'll have access to local highways, including M-24 and M-59. Local trucking employers include Kace Logistics, Menlo Worldwide Logistics, and Unishippers.

There are over 10,000 tractor-trailer drivers in this region, earning an average salary of (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2013). Those who drive light trucks or delivery trucks report an average income of $36,640 (BLS, 2013).

Trucking Schools in Auburn Hills
(Auburn Hills,
• Offers Truck Driving Programs
• Small Campus
• Suburban Setting
$7,740 Tuition Cost
$2,677 Scholarship and Financial Aid Awards
Integrity Truck Driving School Inc. - Auburn Hills
(Auburn Hills,
• Offers Truck Driving Programs