December 13, 2016

30-hour minimum training stripped from entry-level driver rule by OMB, says insider



WASHINGTON — The 30-hour minimum behind-the-wheel training requirement was stripped from the final rule on entry-level driver training by the Office of Management and Budget, a source close to the rulemaking told The Trucker.

One of the key tenants among the recommendations from the Entry Level Driver Training Advisory Committee appointed by the FMCSA was establishing the minimum of 30 hours of behind-the-wheel training with at least 10 hours of training on a driving range and 10 hours on the open highway.

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