About Us

Diesel Truck Driver Training School

Our History

The Diesel Truck Driver Training School Inc has been in the business since 1963. Our campus is located in Sun Prairie, WI near Madison, WI. Our job is to help individuals obtain their Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and find employment in the trucking industry. Our programs are all about giving you the skills you need to work in one of the largest occupations in the USA.

Our Motto

The Diesel Truck Driver Training School's motto is and always will be

QUALITY
INTEGRITY
and PRIDE

Our Credentials

US Department of Veterans Affairs – we are an eligible school to train veterans.
Licensed by the Wisconsin Educational Approval Board, Madison, WI.
Licensed by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education, St Paul, MN.
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What Graduates Are Saying?

I started my own business and bought my own truck. I haul excavating equipment and fabricated steel for buildings to a company based out of La Crosse, WI. I really enjoy my job and thanks to DTDTS I was able to land this job.

John N.

Because of my hands-on training at Diesel Truck Driver School, I was able to get the Class A CDL I have always wanted and land a job as a regional truck driver through Swift Transportation.

Peter W.

Since I have graduated I drove a 28 foot straight truck out of Chicago. When that did not work out I was hired by LCL Bulk Transport. I drive over the road hauling liquid chocolate. If it wasn't for Steve and Bill who were very patient with me, I don't know if I would be where I am today. Thank you all very much.

Steve R.

I’m doing what I love, I’m working for C.R.England out of Salt Lake City, UT. The test and driving skills I learned at DDS came easy due to the hands on training. I’m a lease owner operator and over the past seven months I have traveled over every state and hauled a variety of goods.

Brad P.

The school helped me get a job lined up before I graduated and now I am making twice what I was making before I came to school.

Mark D.