Updated CDL Regulations Could Create Roadblocks for Ag Businesses

New training requirements for entry-level truckers are now in effect.

Depending on the region, it could require more money and time to complete the process, and that could present a real challenge for agriculture.

Illinois Farm Bureau Transportation & Infrastructure Assistant Director, Rodney Knittle spoke with RFD-TV’s Suzanne Alexander on what the new requirements entail, if it could create hurdles for the supply chain and if there could be exemptions for some.

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