Millis Transfer, Heartland Express and CFI want an exemption from the government for the entry level driver training program. Currently trainers must have at least 2 years of experience in the industry and these 3 genius companies want that to be only 1 year. The industry is not improved by having less experienced people training other people. If anything the requirement should be increased to 5 years. These companies should improve themselves and these problems will go away. Everyone wants to recruit but no one wants to retain. As usual I go off on a tangent about how drivers are treated at these training companies.