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"Previously, NSTA worked with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) to craft three different UTH waivers – each lasting for a period of 90-days. While those waivers were adopted on a time limited basis, we received feedback that motor vehicle agencies around the country were reluctant to adopt the waiver because of the limited time duration involved."

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Flexible CDL and EPA Takeaways [VIDEO]

Executive Editor of School Bus Fleet, Wes Platt, discusses proposed rulemaking from the FMCSA intended to increase flexibility in the commercial driver's licensing process. Plus, get a recap of recent news from the school transportation industry!

Could FMCSA Proposal Make CDL Process More Flexible?

Among other things, the proposed rulemaking would allow a permit holder who passes the skills test to operate on public roads without a qualified CDL driver in a passenger seat. The FMCSA is accepting comments until April.

Game Changers in Student Transportation

What innovations have shaken up the school bus industry, saving drivers and administrators time and money? Here, SBF checks in on how to make the most of available drivers, investigates New York’s new third-party CDL testing rules, and looks at new tech that’s transforming buses.

Waiver Unwavered [VIDEO]

Executive Editor of School Bus Fleet, Wes Platt, recaps recent headlines from schoolbusfleet.com - including the FMCSA's decision to extend the "under-the-hood" CDL test waiver until 2024. Also, check out the interview with EverDriven's Mitch Bowling!

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