The rules keep getting changed. Nobody can make any progress on the trucks if there isn't going to be a permanent set of rules to build the trucks to. I would have already signed up but the rules have changed 3 or 4 times since the initial meeting that the pullers attended. My truck is done but the rules have changed again. If Interstate wants this class to turn out and draw in trucks that are running with different organizations they are going to have to stop this stupid S*** of changing the rules at every board meeting. I am legal to run at any NADM hook in the country (which is what the last change made our rules other than hitch height and window tint) but with this "latest change" there is no certainty if I will be legal or not, I guess it will come down to what kind of mood Danny is in the day we get teched. You want a honest answer, there you have it.
If pullers are smart enough to build a vehicle, haul it, hook it, and repeat year after year then the person that hooks/unhooks them from the sled should be able to handle that small task without having any major problems. If Interstate has tech official training on when and how to flag a puller that is broke or out of control, maybe they should have a hook/unhook class.