California Should Soon Implement Federal Rule Requiring CDL Applicants Attend Driving School
California Should Soon Implement Federal Rule Requiring CDL Applicants Attend Driving School – CDL University LLC
Keith Goble of Land Line Mag published a great piece yesterday discussing the state of California’s Assembly Transportation Committee’s move to comply with the federal rule requiring state departments of transportation implement rules to ensure CDL applicants attend truck driving schools prior to receiving their Commercial Driver’s License.
Mr. Goble’s piece states,
The Assembly Transportation Committee voted to advance an amended bill to implement a federal rule that requires people seeking a commercial driver’s license to complete a certified course of instruction from a commercial driving institution or program offered by an employer before being issued a license.
Specifically, the Department of Motor Vehicles would be required to adopt regulations to comply with the federal rule by June 5, 2020. The bill, SB1236, would also establish minimum behind-the-wheel training requirements to be completed as part of CDL training.
What do you guys think? Should CDL applicants be required to attend a driving school prior to receiving their Commercial Driver’s License?
Also, does California not have the dopest flag?