FMCSA Abandons Training Rules, Starts Over

Agency will start over with a new rulemaking procedure based on two current research projects


A move that most trucking and transportation industry people likely would call shocking, and frustratingly typical, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced "quietly" in the September 19 Federal Register that they were going to abandon their six-year long rulemaking attempt to revise and standardize entry-level driver training requirements.

However, the agency said it will now start over with a new rulemaking procedure based on two current research projects. To read more, click HERE.

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