U.S. regulators propose pilot for under-21 truck drivers

A limited number of 18- to 21-year-olds with military experience would be allowed to drive interstate tractor-trailers under a pilot program proposed Friday by U.S. regulators. The three-year pilot program would also help direct young veterans to jobs in trucking, which claims it is struggling to attract new talent, especially truck drivers.
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