YOUNG’UNS

Currently, federal regulations preclude commercial drivers under the age of 21 from conducting interstate commerce, which means they cannot cross state lines or haul ocean/rail containers.
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Members of the US Congress have submitted legislation to change those regulations.  Under the proposed law, commercial drivers under the age of 21 would be allowed to haul interstate commerce through an apprenticeship program which includes 400 hours of on-duty drive time as well as 240 hours of drive time with an experienced driver.

With the nationwide driver shortage expected to continue for years to come, it is important to get new-comers on a trucking career path.

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