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Hours of service Property-Carrying Vehicles. Hours-of-service regulations A gross vehicle weight rating, gross vehicle weight, gross combination weight.

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1 Hours of service Property-Carrying Vehicles

2 Hours-of-service regulations A gross vehicle weight rating, gross vehicle weight, gross combination weight rating, or gross combination weight of 10,001 pounds or more, whichever is greater A gross vehicle weight rating, gross vehicle weight, gross combination weight rating, or gross combination weight of 10,001 pounds or more, whichever is greater 1b

3 Hours-of-service regulations Designed to transport 16 or more passengers, including the driver, or 9-15 passengers for compensation Designed to transport 16 or more passengers, including the driver, or 9-15 passengers for compensation Subject to rules for passenger-carrying vehicles Subject to rules for passenger-carrying vehicles 1c

4 Hours-of-service regulations Transporting hazardous materials in a type and quantity which require placarding Transporting hazardous materials in a type and quantity which require placarding 1d

5 Exemptions Utility service vehicles Utility service vehicles Railroad signal employees Railroad signal employees Agricultural operations Agricultural operations 1e

6 11-hour driving rule All time behind the wheel is driving time All time behind the wheel is driving time Must have 10 consecutive hours of rest after 11 hours driving time Must have 10 consecutive hours of rest after 11 hours driving time 2a

7 11-hour driving rule Adverse conditions Adverse conditions Emergencies Emergencies Local Christmas deliveries Local Christmas deliveries Driving in Alaska Driving in Alaska Motion picture production Motion picture production 2b

8 14-hour rule May not drive after the 14 th consecutive hour after coming on duty May not drive after the 14 th consecutive hour after coming on duty Must have 10 consecutive hours of rest Must have 10 consecutive hours of rest 3a

9 14-hour rule Off-duty time does not extend the 14-hour day Off-duty time does not extend the 14-hour day Can be extended using split-sleeper option or short-haul exceptions. Can be extended using split-sleeper option or short-haul exceptions. 3b

10 14-hour rule Local Christmas deliveries Local Christmas deliveries Driving in Alaska Driving in Alaska Motion picture production Motion picture production 3c

11 30-minute break No CMV driving if more than 8 consecutive hours have passed since the end of the last 30-minute break No CMV driving if more than 8 consecutive hours have passed since the end of the last 30-minute break Break may be spent off duty and/or in a sleeper berth Break may be spent off duty and/or in a sleeper berth Counts against the 14-hour limit Counts against the 14-hour limit May do non-driving work after 8 hours without the break May do non-driving work after 8 hours without the break

12 60-hour/7-day limit A driver cannot drive after having been on duty for 60 hours in any 7 consecutive days A driver cannot drive after having been on duty for 60 hours in any 7 consecutive days A driver may do non- driving work after reaching the limit, but the hours must be added to the total A driver may do non- driving work after reaching the limit, but the hours must be added to the total 4a

13 70-hour/8-day limit A driver cannot drive after having been on duty for 70 hours in any 8 consecutive days A driver cannot drive after having been on duty for 70 hours in any 8 consecutive days A driver may do non- driving work after reaching the limit, but the hours must be added to the total A driver may do non- driving work after reaching the limit, but the hours must be added to the total 4b

14 On-duty time All time at a carrier or shipper plant, terminal, facility, or other property, or on any public property, waiting to be dispatched All time at a carrier or shipper plant, terminal, facility, or other property, or on any public property, waiting to be dispatched 5a

15 On-duty time All time inspecting equipment or inspecting, servicing or conditioning any motor vehicle All time inspecting equipment or inspecting, servicing or conditioning any motor vehicle All driving time All driving time 5b

16 On-duty time All time (other than driving time) in or upon any commercial motor vehicle except: All time (other than driving time) in or upon any commercial motor vehicle except: –time resting in a sleeper berth, –time resting in a parked vehicle, and –up to 2 hours spent riding in the passenger seat on a moving vehicle immediately before or after at least 8 consecutive hours in a sleeper berth. 5c

17 On-duty time All time loading or unloading a commercial motor vehicle, supervising, or assisting in the loading or unloading, attending a commercial motor vehicle being loaded or unloaded, remaining in readiness to operate the commercial motor vehicle, or in giving receipts for shipments loaded or unloaded All time loading or unloading a commercial motor vehicle, supervising, or assisting in the loading or unloading, attending a commercial motor vehicle being loaded or unloaded, remaining in readiness to operate the commercial motor vehicle, or in giving receipts for shipments loaded or unloaded 5d

18 On-duty time All time repairing, obtaining assistance, or remaining in attendance upon a disabled commercial motor vehicle All time repairing, obtaining assistance, or remaining in attendance upon a disabled commercial motor vehicle 5e

19 On-duty time All time spent providing a breath sample or urine specimen, including travel time to and from the collection site All time spent providing a breath sample or urine specimen, including travel time to and from the collection site 5f

20 On-duty time Performing any other work in the capacity of, or in the employ or service of, a common, contract, or private motor carrier Performing any other work in the capacity of, or in the employ or service of, a common, contract, or private motor carrier 5g

21 On-duty time Performing any compensated work for any nonmotor carrier entity Performing any compensated work for any nonmotor carrier entity 5h

22 34-hour restart Any period of 7/8 days may end with the start of a 34-hour off-duty period Any period of 7/8 days may end with the start of a 34-hour off-duty period Can be used even if 60/70-hour limit has been exceeded Can be used even if 60/70-hour limit has been exceeded 5i

23 34-hour restart Next restart break must not begin until 168 hours (7 days) after the start of the last restart break. Next restart break must not begin until 168 hours (7 days) after the start of the last restart break. Remark can be used to indicate which break is the restart break. Remark can be used to indicate which break is the restart break. Must include two consecutive nighttime rest periods from 1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. Must include two consecutive nighttime rest periods from 1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m.

24 60-hour/7-day and 70-hour/8-day limit Driver-salesperson Driver-salesperson Construction materials and equipment Construction materials and equipment Driver in Alaska Driver in Alaska Ground water well drilling operations Ground water well drilling operations 5j

25 Sleeper-berth option 10-hour break may be taken in two separate periods: 10-hour break may be taken in two separate periods: –One period must be at least 8 consecutive hours in a sleeper berth (this is excluded from 14-hour calculation) –Remaining 2 or more hours can be off duty, sleeper berth, or any combination of the two (this is included in 14-hour calculation) 6a

26 Sleeper-berth option After second qualifying rest period, to calculate available hours count forward from end of first rest period and: After second qualifying rest period, to calculate available hours count forward from end of first rest period and: –Subtract driving time from 11 –Subtract all time from 14 (except any 8-hour sleeper periods) 6b

27 Sleeper-berth option Driver is in compliance: Driver is in compliance: 6c

28 Short-haul exceptions 100-air-mile-radius exception 100-air-mile-radius exception 16-hour short-haul exception 16-hour short-haul exception Non-CDL-driver short-haul exception Non-CDL-driver short-haul exception 7a

29 100 air-mile radius exception Operate within 100 air-mile radius of normal work reporting location Operate within 100 air-mile radius of normal work reporting location Return to work reporting location and released within 12 consecutive hours Return to work reporting location and released within 12 consecutive hours 7b

30 100 air-mile radius exception At least 10 hours separate each 12 hours on duty At least 10 hours separate each 12 hours on duty No more than 11 hours driving time following 10 hours off duty No more than 11 hours driving time following 10 hours off duty 30-minute break 30-minute break 7c

31 100 air-mile radius exception Maintain time records for 6 months: Maintain time records for 6 months: –Time driver reports for duty –Time driver is released from duty –Total number of hours driver is on duty each day 7d

32 16-hour short-haul exception Drive 11 hours within 16-hour window once per 7 days Drive 11 hours within 16-hour window once per 7 days Returned to work reporting location after last 5 duty tours worked Returned to work reporting location after last 5 duty tours worked Released within 16 hours (from same work reporting location) after coming on duty Released within 16 hours (from same work reporting location) after coming on duty 7e

33 16-hour short-haul exception Has not taken exception in previous 6 days, except after 34-hour restart Has not taken exception in previous 6 days, except after 34-hour restart 7f

34 Non-CDL-driver short-haul exception Applies to driver who: Applies to driver who: –Does not need a CDL –Stays within a 150-air-mile radius of work reporting location –Returns to that location after each duty tour 7g

35 Non-CDL-driver short-haul exception Standard log not required. Standard log not required. Must maintain time records for 6 months: Must maintain time records for 6 months: –Time driver reports for duty –Time driver is released from duty –Total number of hours driver is on duty each day 7h

36 Non-CDL-driver short-haul exception Drive 11 hours within 16-hour window twice per 7 days Drive 11 hours within 16-hour window twice per 7 days Reset with 34-hour restart Reset with 34-hour restart Must comply with 10-, 11-, and 60/70-hour rules and 30-minute break Must comply with 10-, 11-, and 60/70-hour rules and 30-minute break May not use other short- haul exceptions May not use other short- haul exceptions 7i


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