WITH AN EXPERIENCED DRIVER IN A TRUCK WITH A 53-FOOT-TRAILER. A LOT OF US DRIVERS HAVE NEVER EXPERIENCED 60 MILE PER HOUR WINDS BEFORE.>>DAN ZDROJEWSKI’S A TRUCK DRIVING INSTRUCTOR AT MATC.>>YOU’LL JUST FEEL LIKE SOMEBODY JUST COMPLETELY PUSHE THE TRUCK.>>HIS STUDENTS GET EIGHT WEEKS OF TRAINING. WISCONSIN DOESN’T REQUIRE TAKING A CLASS TO GET A COMMERCIAL DRIVER’S LICENSE. IF YOU CAN DRIVE A CAR, YOU CAN GET THE PERMIT TO TAKE THE CDL TEST SO TO GET JUST A TINY TASTE OF WHAT IT IS LIKE TO DRIVE A SEMI IN THE WIND. WE ARE SET UP HERE WITH THE SIMULATOR.>>WE HAVE ABOUT A 16 MILE FOR OUR CUSTOMER WENT RIGHT NOW.>>I DON’T HAVE ANY CARS ON THE ROAD. IF I DID COME I’D HATE TO THINK WHERE THEY WOULD BE RIGHT NOW. HE PUMPED IT UP TO 60 MILES PER HOUR WINDS, THE SAME GUSTS THAT FORCED MORE THAN A DOZEN TRUCKS TO ROLL OVER IN WISCONSIN. OH, NO, NO, NO, NO. OK. YOU CAN’T CONTROL IT AT ALL. ZDROJEWSKI SAYS MORE KNOWLEDGEABLE DRIVERS DIDN’T CHANCE IT YESTERDAY AND PARKED. IT IS VERY HARD FOR COMPANIES TO TELL THEIR CUSTOMERS, HEY, YOU ARE NOT GETTING YOUR FOOD TODAY BECAUSE WE HAVE HIGHER WIND.>>HE SAYS IN THE END IT’S THE DRIVER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO SAY IF HE OR SHE DOESN’T FEEL COMFORTABLE ON THE ROAD. IN MILWAUKEE COUNTY, I’M