ABFF37 wrote:In Calgary, CCA Truck driving school for the airbrake "Q" endorsement, and Crosscity Driver Training for the Class 2 license. Class 2 is easier and cheaper to get than class 3/4, and it covers these classes, so it's a better value for your money and time.
I was thinking of doing just that.. it seems to be more worthwhile to get the class 2 rather than do 2 courses.. plus it would mean only 1 driving test VS 2...
If I had the time I'd look into getting a part time job as a southland bus driver.. they seem to pay for most of the training and testing costs once they hire you... but it would be kind of crappy to get the job and screw them over by quitting once you get the training out of the way.
The biggest thing I've ever driven was one of those moving cube-vans and that was just an extended 1-tonn pickup frame with the usual pick-up truck 4 speed transmission...
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