Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Truck Driving Schools industry has long suffered from a negative perception of the occupation. This trend shows no sign of reversing, as shown in continued declines in revenue. While trucking is fairly lucrative, young people opt for jobs that may provide higher income without the long hours and extended time on the road.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Starting a New Business Chapter
Barriers to entry in the Truck Driving Schools industry are moderate. Opening a truck school requires some capital because of the cost associated with the purchase of trucks to train students. While operators can save by purchasing older models, the use of old trucks is often frowned upon because graduates end up being unfamiliar with the trucks they will be using after being hired.
Some barriers are also presented by the industry's reliance on reputation. Students often pick schools because of their passing success rate and their ability to place graduates directly into jobs... purchase to read more