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February 2007 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module 16: North of 60.

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1 February 2007 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module 16: North of 60

2 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module Drivers face harsh driving conditions and long stretches between communities north of latitude 60°N so Regulations include a modified set of rules for these drivers What are the requirements when traveling north of 60? © Microsoft®

3 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What will I learn in this module? Driving, on-duty and work shift limits Off-duty requirements Sleeper berth rules for single driver and team drivers Cycle limits, cycle resets and cycle switching © Microsoft®

4 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What are the driving limits when traveling north of latitude 60°N? Driving time limit increased by 2 hours Driver must stop driving after 15 hours driving Driving Limit 13 hours + 2 hours = 15 hours STOP DRIVING AFTER 15 HOURS DRIVING

5 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What are the on-duty limits when traveling north of latitude 60°N? On-duty time limit increased by 4 hours Driver must stop driving after 18 hours on-duty On-Duty Limit 14 hours + 4 hours = 18 hours STOP DRIVING AFTER 18 HOURS ON-DUTY

6 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What are the work shift limits when traveling north of latitude 60°N? Work shift limit increased by 4 hours Driver must stop driving after 20 hours on a work shift STOP DRIVING AFTER 20 HOURS ON WORK SHIFT Work Shift Limit 16 hours + 4 hours = 20 hours

7 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module When do the limits apply? Driver is eligible to apply new limits as soon as a driver crosses the latitude 60°North Driver does not have to record this change in limits on daily log When driver is north of latitude 60°, driver applies north of 60° limits When the driver is south of latitude 60°, driver applies south of 60° limits

8 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What are the off-duty requirements when traveling north of latitude 60°N? Off-duty time decreased by 2 hours Driver must take 8 consecutive hours off- duty (core rest period) Daily Off-Duty Requirement 10 hours – 2 hours = 8 hours

9 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What are the off-duty requirements when traveling north of latitude 60°N? Core Rest Period 8 consecutive off-duty hours Work Shift Core Rest Period 8 consecutive off-duty hours

10 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What are the sleeper berth rules for a single driver when traveling north of latitude 60°N? Eligible Sleeper Berth Periods Sleeper berth period >= 2 hours This sleeper berth period + another sleeper berth period >= 8 hours Driving time accumulated before and after the sleeper berth period <= 15 hours No driving after 18 hours on-duty accumulated before and after the sleeper berth period

11 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What are the sleeper berth rules for a single driver when traveling north of latitude 60°N? Work Shift Limits When Using Sleeper Berth Stop driving after 15 hours of driving time (before and after each eligible sleeper berth period) Stop driving after 18 hours of on-duty time (before and after each eligible sleeper berth period)

12 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What are the sleeper berth rules for a single driver when traveling north of latitude 60°N? STOP DRIVING AFTER 15 HOURS DRIVING STOP DRIVING AFTER 18 HOURS ON-DUTY

13 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What are the sleeper berth rules for team drivers when traveling north of latitude 60°N? Eligible Sleeper Berth Periods Sleeper berth period >= 4 hours This sleeper berth period + another sleeper berth period >= 8 hours Driving time accumulated before and after the sleeper berth period <= 15 hours No driving after 18 hours on-duty accumulated before and after the sleeper berth period

14 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What are the sleeper berth rules for team drivers when traveling north of latitude 60°N? Work Shift Limits When Using Sleeper Berth Stop driving after 15 hours of driving time (before and after each eligible sleeper berth period) Stop driving after 18 hours of on-duty time (before and after each eligible sleeper berth period)

15 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What are the sleeper berth rules for team drivers when traveling north of latitude 60°N? STOP DRIVING AFTER 15 HOURS DRIVING STOP DRIVING AFTER 18 HOURS ON-DUTY

16 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module How does a driver to switch to a regular work shift (no sleeper berth)? 8 consecutive hours of off-duty time REST FOR 8 CONSECUTIVE HOURS

17 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What are the cycle limits when traveling north of latitude 60°N? Cycle 1 – limits on-duty time over a period of 7 days Cycle 2 – limit of on-duty time over a period of 14 days Reach cycle limit - driver must stop driving

18 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What are the cycle resets when traveling north of latitude 60°N? Driver can take extended period of off-duty time (cycle reset) After reset period – accumulated on-duty hours set back to zero, driver starts new cycle and resumes driving Driver does not have to take cycle reset – driver can reduce hours so as not to exceed cycle limits

19 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module Cycle 1 No driving after 80 hours on-duty time during any period of 7 consecutive days Driver must take at least 36 consecutive hours off-duty time to reset cycle STOP DRIVING AFTER 80 HOURS ON-DUTY IN 7 DAYS

20 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday Off-Duty 10 hours on-duty 16 hours on-duty 18 hours on-duty 18 hours on-duty 18 hours on-duty 24 hours off-duty 10 hours on-duty Cycle 1 Example STOP DRIVIN G

21 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday Off-Duty 11 hours on-duty 12 hours on-duty 14 hours on-duty 11 hours on-duty 11 hours on-duty 10 hours on-duty 10 hours on-duty 10 hours on-duty 13 hours on-duty 15 hours on-duty 24 hours off-duty 12 hours off-duty Start a new cycle – resume driving Cycle 1 Example STOP DRIVIN G

22 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module Sliding Window Day #Total On-Duty for DayTotal On-Duty for 7 Days

23 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module Cycle 2 No driving after 120 hours on-duty time in any period of 14 consecutive days Driver can’t exceed 80 hours of on-duty time without taking at least 24 consecutive hours off-duty time Driver must take at least 72 consecutive hours off-duty time to reset cycle STOP DRIVING AFTER 120 HOURS ON-DUTY IN 14 DAYS

24 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday Off-Duty 12 hours on-duty 18 hours on-duty 18 hours on-duty 18 hours on-duty 14 hours on-duty 24 hours off-duty 10 hours on-duty 10 hours on-duty 12 hours on-duty 8 hours on-duty 12 hours on-duty Cycle 2 Example STOP DRIVIN G

25 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday Off-Duty 14 hours on-duty 16 hours on-duty 8 hours on-duty 7 hours on-duty 7 hours on-duty 10 hours on-duty 18 hours on-duty 24 hours off-duty 9 hours on-duty 7 hours on-duty 9 hours off-duty 4 hours on-duty 4 hours on-duty 4 hours on-duty 10 hours on-duty 11 hours on-duty 7 hours on-duty 15 hours on-duty 24 hours off-duty 18 hours on-duty 4 hours on-duty 18 hours on-duty 24 hours off-duty Start a new cycle – resume driving Cycle 2 Example STOP DRIVING

26 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module Sliding Window Day #Total On-Duty for DayTotal On-Duty for 14 Days

27 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module What is “mandatory 24 hours off- duty”? No driving after 14 consecutive days (regardless of number of on-duty hours in cycle) After 14 consecutive days on-duty, driver must take at least 24 consecutive hours off-duty time before driver resumes driving STOP DRIVING AFTER 14 DAYS ON-DUTY

28 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday 24 hours off-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty24 hours off-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty On-duty Day Off Example STOP DRIVIN G

29 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module How do drivers switch cycles? Switch from Cycle 1 to Cycle 2 – 36 consecutive hours off-duty time Switch from Cycle 2 to Cycle 1 – 72 consecutive hours off-duty time

30 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module Summary of North of 60 Limits Daily Off-Duty Requirement  At least 8 hours off-duty Work Shift Limits No Sleeper Berth Used:  No driving after 15 hours driving  No driving after 18 hours on-duty  No driving after 20 hours elapsed time (includes all time in work shift) Single Driver Using Sleeper Berth:  No driving after 15 hours driving on either side of each eligible sleeper berth period  No driving after 18 hours on-duty on either side of each eligible sleeper berth period (excluding time in sleeper berth) (Eligible sleeper berth period ≥ 2 hours; total for 2 eligible sleeper berth periods ≥ 8 hours) Team Drivers Using Sleeper Berth:  No driving after 15 hours driving on either side of each eligible sleeper berth period  No driving after 18 hours on-duty on either side of each eligible sleeper berth period (excluding time in sleeper berth) (Eligible sleeper berth period ≥ 4 hours; total for 2 eligible sleeper berth periods ≥ 8 hours)

31 Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Module Summary of North of 60 Limits Cycle Limits (cycle specified by carrier) Cycle 1:  No driving after 80 hours on-duty in any 7 consecutive days  At least 36 consecutive hours off-duty (to reset cycle) Cycle 2:  No driving after 120 hours on-duty in any 14 consecutive days  No driving after 70 hours on-duty at any time in the cycle without taking 24 consecutive hours off-duty  At least 72 consecutive hours off-duty (to reset cycle) Day Off:  No driving after 14 consecutive days (regardless of the number of on-duty hours) without taking at least 24 consecutive hours off-duty


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