Hours of Service and Driver Logs Workbook, 3rd Edition by JJ Keller

Hours of Service and Driver Logs Workbook, 2nd Edition
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  • Producer: JJ Keller
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  • Give drivers hands-on logging experience to help satisfy DOT's Hours of Service regulations
  • Used for self-learning, as a one-on-one training tool, or in the classroom
  • Features logbook exercises (calculating sleeper berth use, the 11-hour driving limit, 14 consecutive hours-on-duty rule, 60/70 driving limits, and the 34 hour restart provision) to quickly train your drivers
  • Includes plain-English explanations of DOT regulations, including the current sleeper berth and EOBR rules
  • Also features log page samples you can use to illustrate specific situations and problems
  • Features several Appendices: 49 CFR Part 395 Hours of Service, Frequently Asked Questions, and Sample Forms
  • This edition includes revisions effective on or before April 1, 2012 and includes all the current rules (including the upcoming July 1st changes).
  • Spiral-bound, 198 pages

Recent Updates

Short-haul exception: Effective October 28, 2013, the requirement in 49 CFR 395.3(a)(3)(ii) for 30-minute rest breaks does NOT apply to drivers who qualify for either of the "short haul operations" exceptions outlined in 395.1(e)(1) or (2). In other words, drivers of property-carrying vehicles who are eligible for the 100- or 150-air-mile exception and who are not required to complete a standard log are also not required to take a 30-minute rest break every 8 hours. The break would be required on any day when a driver is not eligible for the short-haul exception.

Off-duty guidance: The FMCSA has issued new guidance concerning the conditions that must be met for a driver to record meal and other routine stops made during a work shift as “off-duty” time. In part, the new guidance eliminates the need for written instructions. The guidance reads as follows: “Drivers may record meal and other routine stops, including a rest break of at least 30 minutes intended to satisfy 49 CFR 395.3(a)(3)(ii), as off-duty time provided: 1. The driver is relieved of all duty and responsibility for the care and custody of the vehicle, its accessories, and any cargo or passengers it may be carrying. 2. During the stop, and for the duration of the stop, the driver must be at liberty to pursue activities of his/her own choosing.”

Exemption for DOE contract drivers: The FMCSA has granted an exemption from the 30-minute break requirement to drivers working under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to haul security-sensitive radioactive materials. These drivers are allowed to use on-duty “attendance” time to meet the break requirement as long as they do not perform any other work during the break. The exemption is the same as provided to explosives haulers under Sec. 395.1(q). All other requirements remain the same, and any accidents involving drivers who are taking advantage of this exemption must be reported to the FMCSA within 5 days. This exemption is effective from July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2015.

Exemption for DOD contract drivers: The FMCSA has granted an exemption from the 30-minute break requirement to drivers working under contract with the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) to transport weapons, munitions, or sensitive/classified cargo. These drivers are allowed to use on-duty “attendance” time to meet the break requirement as long as they do not perform any other work during the break. The exemption is the same as provided to explosives haulers under Sec. 395.1(q). All other requirements remain the same, and any accidents involving drivers who are taking advantage of this exemption must be reported to the FMCSA within 5 days. This exemption is effective from October 22, 2013, through October 21, 2015.

Old SKU: 85-H

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(1) Logs Workbook

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