United States Vets Inc. hosted the first Veterans’ Compatriot Program meeting on November 10th, at Grace Lutheran Church in Toledo. Mr. John Tantanella, Toledo visionary and veteran advocate, was the first of many the speakers planned for the upcoming season. [Read more…]
If you drove trucks in the military, there’s a good chance you can skip driving school and slide into the commercial driver’s seat with relative ease, thanks to an initiative approved by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
Most state transportation departments now offer a Military Skills Test Waiver for CDL applicants who plan to drive vehicles similar to those used in the military. It waives the road skills test requirement — meaning if you qualify, all you need to do is pass the written exam in order to get your CDL. [Read more…]