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Tractor-Trailer Training Programs (Class A)

AZ MELT Tractor Trailer Program (Class AZ License)

Why Us?

Because quality matters!

Obtaining your AZ license is both costly and takes a great amount of time. Because of that, you have to make sure that the school you entrust to take this journey with, is capable of preparing you for your road test and employment in the least amount of time. 

At Canada Trust Driving School Inc. our innovative methods of teaching, along with our well-known commitment to quality, has resulted in industry-leading passing and employment rate. Our students consistently rely on us to prepare them to obtain their AZ license with fewest tries and be employed within a short time after.

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“AZ” license holders are qualified to drive a motor vehicle and towed vehicles where the towed vehicles exceed a total gross weight of 4,600 kilograms (10,000 lbs.). This also includes straight trucks, dump trucks, garbage trucks and vans should they wish. Job placement assistance is provided with this course. Adding an optional “C” endorsement to this license permits the holder to drive coaches (buses) and large (up to 24) passenger vans.


Effective July 1, 2017, the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) has implemented mandatory entry-level training for commercial Class A truck drivers.

All new drivers attempting the Class A road test on or after July 1, 2017 will have to successfully complete the mandatory entry-level training course before attempting their Class A Road Test.


At Canada Trust Driving School, we provide different programs tailored to the individual goals of each student. Our available programs are:

  • AZ MELT Standard Program
  • AZ MELT Express Program
  • AZ MELT Advanced 200 Hour program

*Automatic and Manual transmission training is offered with all programs 

These programs includes all mandatory objectives set forth in the Ministry of Transportation’s Commercial Truck Driver Training Standard (Class A), released July 2016. Subjects of the program include:

  • Employment in the Commercial Vehicle Industry
  • Vehicle Components & Systems
  • Basic Driving Techniques
  • Professional Driving Habits
  • Tractor-Trailer Off-Road Tasks and Maneuvers
  • Documents, Paperwork and Regulatory Requirements
  • Vehicle Inspection Activities
  • Hours of Service Compliance
  • Cargo Securement
  • Handling Emergencies

This program includes both classroom and practical training. The hands-on training takes place in the yard and on the road using a tractor-trailer, while under the instruction of a qualified trainer. Students will also engage in various classroom activities to help prepare for a career as a professional driver.

For more information about the detail of the programs, feel free to call us.

Our Highlights

  • AZ Training on Manual and Automatic Transmission
  • Employment preparation
  • Training on simulator
  • Industry-leading passing rate
  • Flexible appointment based scheduling
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