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FAQS - Truck Driving School in Brampton

Commercial truck driving in Ontario and Canada is a good career choice for new immigrants. To become a truck driver in Brampton, you only have to attend a 5-week long intensive MELT Program that gives all the knowledge and skills you need to find a well-paying truck driving job in the city. No college or university degree needed. 

We understand you have many questions about our school and program, how much it costs, and what the curriculum includes. We’ve tried our best to answer any questions you might have. If you can’t find an answer to any other question you have, feel free to give us at +1 905-965-9595 or email us at

Caledon Truck Driving School is a Registered Private Career College under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005. Training with us will make you eligible for attempting the Class A licence, which is required to get a truck driving job. 

We currently offer two courses –  MELT program, in which you’ll learn shifting techniques on multi-speed transmissions, regulations on work hours, pre-trip inspections, and border crossing and Air Brake Course, which is a 2-day long program. You can read more about it here. 

Our school is located at 102-1 Gateway Blvd, Brampton, ON L6T 0G3. Give us a call or walk-in to get a tour of our facilities, trucks, and ask us any questions you have! 

At Caledon Truck Driving School, we give major emphasis to personalised training. We customise the curriculum for every student, so they graduate with the knowledge and skills they need to become a good truck driver and have a fulfilling career in commercial trucking. Another differentiating point is that our trainers deliver training in four languages – English, Hindi, Punjabi, and Urdu. Your exam and curriculum will be in English. When you enrol with us, let us know which language you’re most comfortable in and we’ll find you the right trainer. 

At our school, the MELT program is five weeks long, which includes 103.5 hours of training. 

The program requirements are specific but easy to qualify for:

  • Minimum 18 years of age
  • Valid Ontario class ‘G’ licence or higher
  • Pass a vision test 
  • OSSD grade 12 diploma (or higher), or proof of grade 10 English equivalency
  • Submit MTO approved medical form 
  • Knowledge verification of rules of the road and signs

It doesn’t give us any joy to answer this question but there are some medical conditions that will stop you from becoming a truck driver. These include:

  • Psychiatric conditions
  • Neurological disorders
  • Epilepsy
  • Heart conditions

Our MELT program costs $3999 (offer price) for 103.5 hours of in-class and on-road training. We have payment plans and financing available. Give us a call for more details. 

You can expect to spend anywhere between 10-14 days on the road as a long haul driver. Every week you spend on the road, you get one day off from work. During winters, you are likely to spend a couple days extra driving because of snow or rain. 

Of course, anyone can become a truck driver. Commercial trucking is a safe career choice as you’ll be spending most of your time driving and when you aren’t, your truck will have sleeping quarters. The routes that your company will select will only be the safest ones.