CDL Training

CDL Training

EZ Wheels Driving School provides superior CDL Training in the state of New Jersey and New York. When you enroll in an EZ Wheels Driving Schools CDL Course you become part of the family. Our mission is more than just helping you pass your CDL Test and get your CDL License, our goal is to prepare your for the real world.

CDL Training that’s just better

Why is EZ Wheels Driving School better? Because we offer

0ne on one training This means more time behind the wheel. You are driving with our instructor growing, learning and understanding how to control the Tractor Trailer, Box Truck or Bus that you are learning to driver.

Training on modern equipment. It is important to train on the right type of equipment.

Flexible Scheduling Have a busy schedule? Don’t know how you will be able to train. At E-Z Wheels Driving School that is not a problem; with flexible hours we train 7 days a week

Job placement for life When you sign up for EZ Wheels CDL Training , our commitment to you is for life. We will help you find the RIGHT Company for you.

We make getting your CDL EZ

1st pick the CDL license you want

CDL Class A

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CDL Class B

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CDL Class B+P

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What is ELDT

ELDT stands for “Entry Level Driver Training”. This training consists of the 3 parts written out above:

  1. Theory
  2. Range
  3. Public Road

Entry Level Driving Training


Entry-Level Driving Training

Beginning February 7, 2022, every student hoping to obtain their CDL must complete ELDT training regulations. Students looking to must have completed entry-level driver training from a training provider listed on the FMCA’s Training Provider Registry.

Who is required to complete the training?

    1. If a driver holds a CLP issued before February 7, 2022?

      -No, as long as the driver obtains a CDL before the CLP expires.

    2. If a driver holds a CDL before February 7, 2022?

      -No, even if the previously-issued license has since elapsed.

    3. If a driver holds a CLP that was issued before February 7, 2022, but it expires before the driver applies for their CDL?

      -Yes, the driver must complete the required training.

    4. If a driver obtains a CLP on or after February 7, 2022?

      -Yes, the driver must complete the required training.

    5. If a driver holds a CDL before February 7, 2022, and applies for a higher class of CDL or an S, P, or H endorsement for the first time on or after February 7, 2022?

-Yes, the driver must complete the required training.

As of February 7, 2022, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is requiring any new student to train with a federally regulated driving trainer.

We provide the required training divided in three parts: Theory, Range, and Public Road.


The theory portion of the ELDT covers what you need to know in order to take your CDL written exams at your local Motor Vehicle Offices. This part of the training works for all CDL types of training, from Buses to Trucks. We offer in-person and online training consisting of 48 courses and examinations. Once you have completed the training, our CDL Coordinator will register in the FMCSA system to be able to take your written test.


Once you have taken your written tests at the DMV/MVC, you have to make sure to obtain your CLP so you can start in-person Behind-The-Wheel training. At EZ Wheels Driving School, we offer this training for New Jersey residents only. The first part of Behind-The-Wheel training takes place in our private yard. Each student will train one-on-one with a truck at their own pace. The range training consists of the Inspection/Pre-Trip and Basic Skill lessons.

Public Road

After the completion of the Range portion of behind-the-wheel training, We will continue on the Road training to make sure the student is completely ready for the road test. You will learn to drive confidently and safely on roads with other vehicles, on highways, braking, turning, and more.

Once each of these training portions is finished, the school will enter your information into the FMCSA registry in order for you to continue to the next step of the training, or if you’ve already done all of the training, in order to get your license.

If you would like to speak to someone over the phone or via a zoom meeting to clarify anything, feel free to set up a meeting!

You are also more than welcome to follow our guide below to figure out where in the process you are.