They should make the prevailing rate for the area. It is different everywhere and it depends on the need vs. the supply of CDL trained drivers. I checked into it over 10 years ago and the starting rate was $10. ( and something per hour). I'm sure it is higher then that now. But, even back then I came from a bus company in the north and starting was $17. an hour and after one year is was $21. per hour. (That number is almost $27. per hour now) Doing the same job, but, in a different location. There are a lot of Disney drivers that have retired from commercial driving in cities and are doing the Disney Driver thing just for the fun of it. It is a marketable skill and the line isn't running out the door. However, from what I have seen those that do it full time are pretty close to compatible with outside the parks. Plus they get to go to the parks whenever they want and that was the whole idea of retiring there to begin with.What is your opinion on what a Disney bus driver should make? They have the responsibility of you and 75 others traveling down the highway and are held accountable for their actions in their personal vehicle.