The federal government is moving forward with a plan to let teenagers drive big rigs from state to state in a test program.
Currently, truckers who cross state lines must be at least 21 years old, but an apprenticeship program required by Congress to help ease supply chain backlogs would let 18-to-20-year-old truckers drive outside their home states.
The pilot program, detailed Thursday in a……..[read more]
Why is the Transportation Department making a turnaround by allowing younger drivers to drive 18 wheelers across state lines? What kind of effect, if at all, will this have on the insurance industry when rating younger drivers in the future?
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