CDL drives hard

My Trucking Skills - Real Truck Driving Simulator

Are you a new truck driver looking for truck simulators to improve your driving?
Or do you need CDL training before you take your CDL practice test?
Then you must try My Trucking Skills, the American trucking simulation game. With 500+ trucking levels, it's one of the best truck driver simulator trucking apps you can find!

⭐️MADE BY VETERAN TRUCK DRIVER & TRAINER
There are lots of USA trucking apps out there but this is the first one that will actually teach you what it takes to back up in the real world. The more you play the quicker you are going to be able to figure what you will need to do in a real truck. I have nearly two decades of driving a truck and have backed up over 60K times and have thought over 150 students as a company trainer. I know what struggles new drivers go through having to learn how to back up with a real truck and trailer and how scary it is. This truck driving simulator gives you the confidence to back up into any dock.

🚛 CDL training
I have set up CDL training levels for different size trailers and all the scenarios that you will be tested on. The trailer sizes are 28, 35, 48, and 53 feet long and each level is custom-built for the trailer size.

Hard Campaign Level
When you start to get more comfortable with the normal campaign you can try your skills on the same levels but with Blind Spots turned on. When you are driving on these levels you are only going to be able to see what you would if you are sitting in the cab. But there is a "Get Out And Look" button that you can use that SLIDER will turn off the blind spots so when you are unsure if you are going to hit something.

SLIDER turning
To turn left or right in this truck game all you have to do is slide your finger to the left or the right on the bottom 25% of the screen. You don't even have to start from the center, just slide your finger in the direction you want it to turn. Sliding your finger from one side of the screen to the other will let you turn your steers from one side to the other, but be careful if you have the steers pointing all the way to the right and you want to have them all the way to the left, sliding from the center of the screen will only point the steers straight so you will have to slide your finger more. The slider is just an indicator if you want to see where your steering is. A lot of the time I will look at the steering slider to see that I am pointing my steer perfectly straight before I start to back up and then just pay attention to my trailer and the green lines.

speed
The rest of the screen in my truck practice simulator is for controlling the speed. Anywhere on the top 75% of the screen can you slide your finger up or down to move forward or reverse. If you want to stop all you have to do I double-tap anywhere on the screen and you will screech to a stop.

You can zoom in and out by using two fingers and pinching, and you can pan around the map too by moving your two fingers around the screen.

You will find that there are RED, Green, and blue lines that are on the truck and trailer. There is a REALLY big reason for this. Without these lines, I think that the trucking game would be unnecessary hard. The red line shows you the direction that the back of the trailer is pointing towards. And if you have ever seen my videos before I started using this heavy truck simulator game to demonstrate backing, I always had RED lines showing where the trailer was pointing. I have found that it is very hard to see that without the red line in a game that is a top-down view (aerial view). The green lines are to show you how straight your truck and trailer are. Just like in the real world all you have to do is look in your mirrors to see if you are straight. The blue line not as important but I added them anyway because a top-down view does not always give you a good indication of where you are driving towards when your steers are pointing straight. I do love my lines.

Are you a new truck driver looking for truck simulators to improve your driving?
Or do you need CDL training before you can take your CDL practical test?
Then you have to try My Trucking Skills, the American trucking simulation game. With 500+ trucking levels, it's one of the best trucker simulator trucking apps you can find!

⭐️ MANUFACTURED BY VETERAN TRUCK DRIVER & TRAINER
There are many U.S. trucking apps out there, but this is the first to give you actually teaches what it takes to secure in the real world. The more you play, the faster you can find out what to do in a real truck. I've driven a truck and secured it over 60,000 times for almost two decades and thought of over 150 students as corporate trainers. I know the difficulties new drivers have in learning how to drive a real truck and trailer and how scary it is. This truck driving simulator gives you the security of being able to secure in every dock.

🚛 CDL training
I have set up CDL training levels for followers of different sizes and all the scenarios that you will be tested on. The trailer sizes are 28, 35, 48 and 53 feet long and each tier is specifically tailored to the trailer size.

Hard campaign level
As you become more familiar with the normal campaign, you can test your skills at the same levels, but with the blind spots activated. When you drive on these planes, the only way to see what you would be doing is when you are in the cab. However, there is a "Get Out And Look" button that you can use to activate the SLIDER. This will turn off the blind spots if you are not sure if you are going to hit something.

Turn SLIDER
To turn left or right in this truck game, all you have to do is slide your finger left or right on the lower 25% of the screen. You don't even have to start from the middle, just slide your finger in the direction you want it to rotate. Sliding your finger from side to side of the screen allows you to rotate your handlebars from side to side. However, be careful if the handlebars are pointing all the way to the right and you want them to be pointing all the way to the right, sliding left from the center of the screen will just straighten the handlebars, requiring you to slide your finger more. The slider is only an indicator when you want to see where your steering is. Most of the time, I'll be looking at the handlebars to see that I'm getting my handlebars perfectly straight before I start reversing, then just looking at my trailer and the green lines.

speed
The rest of the screen in my trucking exercise simulator is for speed control. Anywhere at the top of 75% of the screen, you can slide your finger up or down to move forward or backward. If you want to stop everything you have to do, I double tap anywhere on the screen and you will come to a standstill.

You can zoom in and out and pinch with two fingers, and you can also pan around the map by sliding your two fingers across the screen.

You will notice that there are RED, Green and Blue lines on the truck and trailer. There's a REALLY big reason for that. Without these lines, I think the trucking game would be needlessly difficult. The red line shows you the direction the back of the trailer is pointing. And if you've ever seen my videos before I started using this heavy truck simulator game to show off support, I always had RED lines showing where the trailer was pointing. I've found it to be very difficult to see without the red line in a game that is a top down view (aerial view). The green lines are meant to show you how straight your truck and trailer are. Just like in the real world, all you have to do is look in your mirrors to see if you are straight. The blue line isn't that important, but I added it anyway because a top-down view doesn't always give a good indication of where you're going when your handlebars are pointing. I love my lines.