New CDL Driver Training Rule Delayed Again

By Team Writer / May 26, 2017

CDL training is what truckers need before they can work. There are many rules. They change occasionally but another change has been delayed yet again. If you are a trucker these new rules will surely affect you so you should know what they are and how they differ from the current ones.

Key Takeaways:

  • The FMCSA is pushing back it’s new training standard rule for new drivers
  • Trump’s freeze on pending regulations caused it to be delayed
  • New rule ensures new drivers get at least an 80% on their operations proficiency test

“The Minimum Training Requirements for Entry-Level Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators final rule was published last year to ensure new driver-trainees earn at least an 80 percent score on operations proficiency as accessed by a training provider.”

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