Convoy Radio: Discussing the DRIVE-Safe Act with Director of Quality and Compliance Lorin Seeks
Convoy News • Published on May 8, 2019
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For Episode 6 of Convoy Radio, we discuss the DRIVE-Safe Act. The Act seeks to change the driving age from 21 to 18 for interstate transit. Convoy Director of Quality and Compliance Lorin Seeks provides a comprehensive understanding of the Act and how it impacts those in the industry. Seeks brings over 20 years of logistics experience as the Senior Manager for Global Logistics at Starbucks and more. We dive into both sides of the DRIVE-Safe Act, how it impacts drivers and business owners, and how the bill can create career options for young adults.
“The DRIVE-Safe Act is a great way to bring young people into the industry and get the training needed to be a safe driver,” said Seeks.
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