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MELT:
Mandatory training for Class 1 is now required in Saskatchewan.
The course requires a minimum of 121.5 hours of training. 47 hours of classroom time, over one week and 74.5 hours of driving practice over 4 weeks. This comes to a total of 5 weeks to get your license.


Class 3 - 5, 7 or 10 day courses
The five day course gives you 16 hours of training.  4 hours per day of training with the test on the 5th day.
The 7 day course will consist of 24 hours of hands on training at 4 hours per day, with testing on day 7.
The 10 hour course is 36 hours of training with the same format as the 5 and 7 day courses. Testing will be on the 10th day of training. Each course includes up to two tests. Training will include:
-pre-trip
-air test
-shifting
-backing
-brake adjustment
-log book
-basic handling of the truck
We will book your test with SGI for you and the truck you train in will be the truck you test in.


5 G Endorsement
If you are pulling any trailer that weighs more than 10,000 lbs or 4600 kgs, with a vehicle other than a semi tractor, you are required to have a G endorsement on your license. Total Truck Training offers a minimum 3 day or 9 hour course. Call us for pricing.


Motorcycle Training
New to Total Truck Training, we are offering a 2 day motorcycle training course over a weekend. 

 

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