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Weatherley, Brian
May 2008
Truck & Driver;May2008, p7
Trade Publication
The article discusses the Drivers' Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) which kicks in for new drivers in 2009. He says that whenever they talk to drivers about the CPC, they can not help noticing a weary resignation on several faces, particularly the senior ones. The author says that finding out hard information on the actual syllabus for the Drivers' CPC is not easy either.


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