The final rule is here and it differs greatly from the past entry-level driver training rule. Download this free whitepaper to find out how your driver training program will be impacted.
Jill Schultz, Sr. Editor - Transportation Safety
November 12, 2022
After an individual completes training administered by a provider listed on the TPR, that provider must, by midnight of the second business day after the driver-trainee completes the training, electronically transmit training certification information through the TPR website.
All training providers on the TPR must retain the following records:
Training providers listed on the TPR must keep training-related records for at least three years from the date each required record is generated or received. If a record, such as a behind-the-wheel instructor’s CDL, has expired or has been canceled, the most recent, valid CDL should be kept.
Note that if local, state, or federal requirements prescribe longer retention periods for any category of records described, the records should be kept under those guidelines.
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