Driving school

Truck driving school suspended license – The News Herald

Missing training documents, pre-populated training documents, and improperly signed contracts were among the things that caused the Michigan Department of State to suspend Michigan CDL School Training LLC’s license.

During an April 26 inspection, the Dearborn Heights facility was found to have violated the Driver Education Provider and Instructor Act on several counts.

In addition to the Dearborn Heights office location at 2184 N. Beech Daly Road, the facility also operates a training range at 13509 Huron St. in Taylor. Michigan CDL School Training LLC is owned by Arkan Alanoon.

In addition to other infractions, the company had failed to verify student training eligibility.

During an inspection the same day at the training ground, a department analyst found that the instructors were not certified and that five tractor-trailer combination vehicles used for training did not have proper registration, proof of Ministry of Transportation inspection or insurance documentation.

Alanoon can request an administrative hearing to challenge the suspension and can recover the license by showing that the company has complied with the law. Additional administrative actions are also possible.

The Department of State’s Bureau of Investigative Services inspects and investigates driver training and testing programs. Consumers who have a complaint against Michigan CDL School Training LLC are encouraged to call the Office of Investigative Services Automotive Complaint Line at 517-335-1410.