Michigan has a successful trucking industry, which should come as no surprise! After all, many of the state's remote and rural communities rely on this industry. If you want to become a truck driver, there are two schools you can look into. Both Tri Area Driving School and West Michigan CDL offer Class A and Class B training programs.
It's important to choose the right license class for your career goals. A Class B license can prepare you to drive straight trucks all over the country. Class A licenses also allow you to drive straight trucks, but they also permit you to drive tractor-trailers.
Freeland is a small city of almost 7,000 people. Michigan Highway 47, Michigan Highway 10, and Dixie Highway go through Freeland. Some of the biggest trucking companies in this area are NTB Trucking, Hogan Trucking, Dart Trucking Company, EME Transport, and U.S. Xpress.