ENTRY LEVEL DRIVER TRAINING REGULATION
NAAND members believe any Entry Level Driver Training regulation needs to established on the premise of a performance based approach.
NAAND members believe any Entry Level Driver Training regulation needs to established on the premise of a performance based approach where the student most demonstrate that he or she has actually learned the material and is capable of performing the requisite skills necessary to safely operate a commercial motor vehicle on the highways.
What NAAND Stands For!
Our schools’ longer programs appropriately provide training beyond that needed to obtain a CDL. This additional training allows graduates to progress more rapidly in their finishing training and ensures that short-distance drivers, for whom finishing training often is not required, are better qualified to immediately command their vehicles and are better prepared to operate these vehicles in a safe manner.
Our Mission is to advocate laws, regulations, rules, and standards that ensure access to the most comprehensive commercial driver training programs available.
Driver training schools should be required to teach a certain set of skills and should be judged based on whether their students are able to demonstrate skill mastery.