About Heavy Metal Truck Driver Training

Why HMTT is the CDL School for You

Located in the Minneapolis/Saint Paul area, Heavy Metal Truck Training is the region’s fastest growing professional driver training institution. Simply put, we provide the best quality training at the most affordable cost. As a result of our quality training, dozens and dozens of local, regional and national truck companies hire our graduates.  Some companies even pay for students’ training at HMTT…flying students in from all over the country to train with us!

We want you to join our well-connected community to begin a new career in trucking or take your current trucking career to the next level.

Our Vision

Our mission is simple, to provide the highest levels of service to our student customers, agency partners, and carrier partners. Additionally we strive to provide the safest entry-level drivers to the transportation industry and to the U.S. supply chain and general public.

Our Memberships

Commercial Vehicle Training Association (CVTA)

Heavy Metal Truck Training School is a proud certified member of the Commercial Vehicle Training Association. CVTA is a non-profit organization whose members are held to the highest ethics and training standards in the country.

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Minnesota Trucking Association (MTA)

Heavy Metal Truck Training School is a proud to be a member of the Minnesota Trucking Association. The Minnesota Trucking Association is devoted to being the voice for the trucking industry, and are committed to developing innovative and research-based policies that promote highway safety, educating policymakers and the public about the essential role that trucking plays in the economy and promoting responsible policies that advance the trucking industry’s environmental goals.

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Women in Trucking

The Women in Trucking organization has been created for you, both men and women, who are either involved in the industry, or have a career interest in being part of one of the largest networks of professionals in North America. Nearly one out of fourteen workers are already employed in jobs that support the transportation industry, but the need for drivers and other trucking professionals continues to increase.

Women in Trucking’s Mission: “Women in Trucking was established to encourage the employment of women in the trucking industry, promote their accomplishments and minimize obstacles faced by women working in the trucking industry.”

Heavy Metal Truck Training provides every woman student with their first year of membership in Women in Trucking!

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A+ Better Business Bureau Rating

Heavy Metal Truck Training school maintains an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

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