`CDL' may spell truck driver trouble

Shanoff, Barry S.
April 1998
World Wastes;Apr98, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on concerns about the declining licensing standards for commercial truck drivers. Failure rate on commercial driver licensure exams; Comparison with passing rate on passenger car exam; Growth of driver training schools.


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