Here's a slightly different take (I think..)
Last year, I went on a "driving experience" where I could choose 3 out of 20 or so available "super cars" to drive around the race track at crazy speeds.
Before being allowed anywhere near these beastly machines, I was assigned an instructor to give me a detailed tour of the track, to quiz me on driving essentials, show them how I would normally drive, and tutor me on how to drive these super cars I was about to get into later on.
At no point did my nearly 2 decades of driving matter to them, not one bit
They were going to assess me based on their safety and driving criteria, regardless of my driving history in many civilian vehicles over the years.
To them, I was the trader, showing them if I could handle my DARWINs right, no two DARWINs being considered equal.....