FMCSA Regulatory Guidance Who is exempt from the ELD rule?
- How do FMCSA’s ELDT regulations affect State-based training requirements?
- How may a driver using the sleeper berth provision obtain the off-duty time required by 395.3(a)(1)?
- May a driver use on-duty not driving time during a roadside inspection to satisfy the 30-minute break?
- When must a driver take a 30-minute break?
- If it only takes an hour for a driver to get through the adverse driving conditions, do they still get to use the full 2 hours of the exception?
- What if a driver is stopped for a roadside inspection after having taken only one rest period that qualifies for the split sleeper berth provision?
- A driver takes 5 consecutive hours off-duty and later takes a 7-hour consecutive break in the sleeper berth. How is this time calculated for HOS compliance?
- May a driver choose to use the sleeper berth provision some days and the other provisions of 49 CFR 395.1(g) other days?
- May the adverse driving conditions exception be used in concert with the revised short-haul provisions?
- Does the 30-minute break count against the 14-hour “driving window”?
- Are drivers required to annotate an adverse driving condition they encountered on their electronic logging device (ELD)?
- What rest periods qualify for the split sleeper berth provision?
- How are split sleeper berth rest periods used in determining compliance with the 14-hour “driving window” rule?
- If a driver takes 3 hours off-duty and then 10 consecutive hours in the sleeper berth, will the 3 hours count against the driver’s 14-hour “driving window”?
- What is a “qualifying rest break or sleeper berth period” under the definition of adverse driving conditions
- May a driver use yard moves to satisfy the 30-minute break requirement?
- Does the 30-minute break have to be consecutive?
- May a driver use the adverse driving conditions provision even if the adverse conditions have cleared when the driver arrives at the location where the condition occurred?
- Are there any restrictions on how often the adverse driving conditions exception may be used?
- Who is exempt from the ELD rule?
- Emergency Conditions Exceptions –Applicability to Civil Disturbance
- Disruptions to Drug and Alcohol Testing Due to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (2019)
- Part 390 § 390.23 Relief from regulations What does a driver need to do when returning to normal operations after operating under an emergency declaration?
- Part 390 § 390.23 Relief from regulations Is the driver required to use a paper logbook or ELD when providing direct assistance under an emergency declaration?
- Part 390 § 390.23 Relief from regulations What documentation is needed to verify that the driver is operating under an emergency declaration?
- Hours of Service Exceptions
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