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Adverse driving conditions means snow, ice, sleet, fog, or other adverse weather conditions or unusual road or traffic conditions that were not known, or could not reasonably be known, to a driver immediately prior to beginning the duty day or immediately before beginning driving after a qualifying rest break or sleeper berth period, or to a motor carrier immediately prior to dispatching the driver.
Driving time means all time spent at the driving controls of a commercial motor vehicle in operation.
On-duty time shall include:
Driver record of duty status includes the following.
The following information must be included on the logbook form in addition to the grid:
The logbook can be completed by your supervisor.
An ELD monitors a vehicle’s engine to capture data on whether the engine is running, whether the vehicle is moving, miles driven, and duration of engine operation (engine hours).
The following drivers are exempt from using an ELD.
Commercial drivers that fall under the following conditions must comply with Hours-of-Service requirements.
Property carrying drivers may drive a maximum of 13 hours a day.
Drivers must take a 30-minute break when they have driven for a period of 8 cumulative hours without at least a 30-minute interruption.
A driver must get 10 consecutive hours off duty to start a new day.
The oilfield exemption allows for a 24-hour restart of 70 hours in 8 days calculations if:
Under the oilfield exemption, qualifying drivers can count wait time as off duty, thereby extending their available workday.