Distracted Driving Safety Video
Commercial truck driver distractions abound. Drivers use CBs, they eat, they drink, they talk to their co-drivers, they look at navigation systems. Technology can help — hands-free devices keep your eyes on the road, but they take your mind off your task. Distractions happen, so it’s important to train for them. This is just a short snippet from our 30-minute lesson on driver distractions, complete with quizzes to ensure the driver isn’t, ahem, “distracted” from the lesson.
Entry-Level Driver Training Evaluation
At the completion of the 4 or 8 week Entry-Level Driver Training Program, this Entry-Level Driver Training Evaluation form must be completed and submitted to TLC. TLC will review the evaluation and upon approval, the new driver may drive on their own.
Entry-Level Driver Training Program
Entry-level training program for new drivers with a minimum of 6 months of driving experience and approval by TLC. Training evaluation form must be completed and submitted to TLC in addition to this training program.
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