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The NEW 2005 R  E  V  I  S  E  D HOURS - OF - SERVICE R  E  G  U  L  A  T  I  O  N  S
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New 2005 Regulations ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]
Why the Changes? ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]
Why Changes? (cont.) ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]
The New 2005 Hours of Service apply to Property-Carrying CMVs
HOURS-OF-SERVICE RULES Short-Haul Provision for non-CDL vehicles within a 150 air mile radius added. Allows two 16 hr days in a 7 day period, no logbook required provided motor carrier maintains time records. CMV drivers using the sleeper berth provision must take at least 8 consecutive hours in the sleeper berth, plus 2 consecutive hours either in the sleeper berth, off duty, or any combination of the two. Commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers using a sleeper berth must take 10 hours off duty, but may split sleeper-berth time into two periods provided neither is less than 2 hours. No Change ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],No Change May not drive beyond the 14 th  hour after coming on duty, following 10 consecutive hours off duty. No Change May drive a maximum of 11 hours after 10 consecutive hours off duty. 2005 Rule Property-Carrying CMV Drivers Compliance On & After 10/01/05 2003 Rule Property-Carrying CMV Drivers Compliance Through 09/30/05
11 Hour Rule 395.3(a)(1) ,[object Object]
11 Hour Rule 10 Hrs 11 Hrs
[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],14 Hour Rule 395.3(a)(2)
14 Hour Rule ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]
14 Hour Rule Full 10 hours off prior to 6 am 14 th  Hour 14 Hour Rule Begins
14 Hour Rule ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]
Four 10 Hour Rest Options The Equivalent of at least 10 consecutive hours off duty Equivalent  means: 1) at least 8 but less than 10 consecutive hours in a sleeper berth and; 2) a separate period of at least 2 but less than 10 consecutive hours in the sleeper berth or off duty, or any combination of both Sleeper Berth Provision 395.1(g)(1)(i)(A)(4) and 395.1(g)(1)(ii) Option 4 At least 10 hours sleeper berth and off duty;  continuous  and  uninterrupted Continuous Sleeper Berth and Off Duty 395.1(g)(1)(i)(A)(3) Option 3 At least 10  consecutive  and  uninterrupted  hours in the sleeper berth Continuous Sleeper Berth 395.1(g)(1)(i)(A)(2) Option 2 At least 10  consecutive  and  uninterrupted  hours off duty Off Duty Time 395.1(g)(1)(i)(A)(1) Option 1
10 Hr Rest Period Options 10  consecutive and  uninterrupted hours off-duty Option 1 10  consecutive and  uninterrupted hours in the sleeper-berth Option 2
10 Hr Rest Period Options 10  consecutive  hours sleeper- berth and off-duty time combined and  uninterrupted Option 3 Must be at least 8 hrs Sleeper Berth Sleeper-Berth Provision equivalent of at least 10 consecutive hours off duty Option 4 2 or more hrs Off duty, Sleeper or Combination
Applying the 11 Hour Rule ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]
Applying the 11 Hour Rule ,[object Object],[object Object],Start Counting Your Driving Time from Here
Applying the 11 Hour Rule ,[object Object],[object Object],Start Counting Your Driving Time from Here
Applying the 11 Hour Rule ,[object Object],[object Object],Start Counting Your Driving Time from Here
Applying the 11 Hour Rule ,[object Object],[object Object],Start Counting Your Driving Time from Here Must be at least 8 hrs Sleeper Berth 2 or more hrs Off duty, Sleeper or Combination
Checking the 11 Hour Rule
Check 11 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2
Check 11 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2 10 Hrs Off Duty Start Counting Driving Time From Here
Check 11 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2 10 Hrs Off Duty Start Counting Driving Time From Here 9 Hrs Driving 2 Hrs Driving 11 th  Driving Hour
Check 11 Hour Rule 8 hrs Sleeper berth + 2 hrs Off Duty = 10 Hour Rest Period Day 1 Day 2 8 Hrs Sleeper Berth 2 Hrs Off Duty
Check 11 Hour Rule Sleeper Berth Provision  - start counting from the end of the first of the 2 rest periods. Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting Driving Time From Here
Check 11 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting Driving Time From Here 2 Hrs Driving 8 Hrs Driving
Check 11 Hour Rule 2 hrs Off Duty  +  8 hrs Sleeper berth = 10 Hour Rest Period Day 1 Day 2 2 Hrs Off Duty 8 Hrs Sleeper Berth
Check 11 Hour Rule Sleeper Berth Provision  - start counting from the end of the first of the 2 rest periods. Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting Driving Time From Here
Check 11 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting Driving Time From Here 8 Hrs Driving
Applying the 14 Hour Rule ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]
Applying the 14 Hour Rule ,[object Object],[object Object],Start Counting Your 14 Hours from Here
Applying the 14 Hour Rule ,[object Object],[object Object],Start Counting Your 14 Hours from Here
Applying the 14 Hour Rule ,[object Object],[object Object],Start Counting Your 14 Hours from Here
Applying the 14 Hour Rule ,[object Object],[object Object],Must be at least 8 hrs Sleeper Berth 2 or more hrs Off duty, Sleeper or Combination Start Counting Your 14 Hours from Here
Checking the 14 Hour Rule
Check 14 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2
Check 14 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2 10 Hrs Off Duty Start Counting 14 Hour  Rule From Here
Check 14 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2 10 Hrs Off Duty Start Counting 14 Hour  Rule From Here 9 hrs toward the 14 hr rule
Check 14 Hour Rule DO NOT include Sleeper Berth Periods of 8 or more Hours in your 14 hour total Day 1 Day 2 10 Hrs Off Duty Start Counting 14 Hour  Rule From Here 8 Hrs Sleeper Berth 9 hrs toward the 14 hr rule
Check 14 Hour Rule DO NOT include Sleeper Berth Periods of 8 or more Hours in your 14 hour total Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting 14 Hour  Rule From Here 9 hrs toward the 14 hr rule 8 Hrs Sleeper Berth 2 more hrs toward the 14 hr rule
Check 14 Hour Rule 8 hrs Sleeper berth + 2 hrs Off Duty = 10 Hour Rest Period Day 1 Day 2 8 Hrs Sleeper Berth 2 Hrs Off Duty
Check 14 Hour Rule Sleeper Berth Provision  - start counting from the end of the first of the 2 rest periods. Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting 14 Hour  Rule From Here
Check 14 Hour Rule 14 HR Rule - Count all  On Duty Time, Driving Time, all Off Duty Time and all Sleeper Berth periods of less than 8 hours  from that period forward. Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting 14 Hour  Rule From Here 13 hrs toward the 14 hr rule
Check 14 Hour Rule 2 hrs Off Duty  +  8 hrs Sleeper berth = 10 Hour Rest Period Day 1 Day 2 2 Hrs Off Duty 8 Hrs Sleeper Berth
Check 14 Hour Rule Sleeper Berth Provision  - start counting from the end of the first of the 2 rest periods. Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting 14 Hour  Rule From Here
Check 14 Hour Rule 14 HR Rule - Count all  On Duty Time, Driving Time, all Off Duty Time and all Sleeper Berth periods of less than 8 hours  from that period forward. Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting 14 Hour  Rule From Here 9 hrs toward the 14 hr rule
34 Hour Restart 395.3(c)(1) and 395.(c)(2) Truck drivers may restart any 7/8 consecutive day period after taking 34 or more consecutive hours off-duty.
34 Hour Restart (60/70 Hr. Rule) ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],(full break)  +  (1 day )
34 Hour Restart 10/05/05 10/06/05 10/07/05 7 Hrs 24 Hrs 3 Hrs 34 Hours 60 / 70 Hour Rule Restarts
[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],16-Hour Exception for Property-Carrying Drivers Total hours driving may not exceed 11 hours.
Short - haul Operations 100 air-mile radius driver 395.1(e)(1) ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]
100 air-mile radius driver 395.1(e)(1)  (cont.) ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]
Short - haul Operations Non CDL, 150 air mile radius 395.1(e)(2) ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]
Non CDL, 150 air mile radius 395.1(e)(2)  (cont.) ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]
These New Hours Of Service  Do not  apply to Interstate Passenger Carriers. They will continue to comply with the 10 Hr., 15 Hr., and 60/70 Hr. rules specified in 49 CFR 395.5
Thank You! Please refer to FMCSA’s website “ http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov” for the most current information regarding the Hours of Service.

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Revised Hours Of Service Training For Drivers

  • 1. The NEW 2005 R E V I S E D HOURS - OF - SERVICE R E G U L A T I O N S
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  • 6. The New 2005 Hours of Service apply to Property-Carrying CMVs
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  • 9. 11 Hour Rule 10 Hrs 11 Hrs
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  • 12. 14 Hour Rule Full 10 hours off prior to 6 am 14 th Hour 14 Hour Rule Begins
  • 13.
  • 14. Four 10 Hour Rest Options The Equivalent of at least 10 consecutive hours off duty Equivalent means: 1) at least 8 but less than 10 consecutive hours in a sleeper berth and; 2) a separate period of at least 2 but less than 10 consecutive hours in the sleeper berth or off duty, or any combination of both Sleeper Berth Provision 395.1(g)(1)(i)(A)(4) and 395.1(g)(1)(ii) Option 4 At least 10 hours sleeper berth and off duty; continuous and uninterrupted Continuous Sleeper Berth and Off Duty 395.1(g)(1)(i)(A)(3) Option 3 At least 10 consecutive and uninterrupted hours in the sleeper berth Continuous Sleeper Berth 395.1(g)(1)(i)(A)(2) Option 2 At least 10 consecutive and uninterrupted hours off duty Off Duty Time 395.1(g)(1)(i)(A)(1) Option 1
  • 15. 10 Hr Rest Period Options 10 consecutive and uninterrupted hours off-duty Option 1 10 consecutive and uninterrupted hours in the sleeper-berth Option 2
  • 16. 10 Hr Rest Period Options 10 consecutive hours sleeper- berth and off-duty time combined and uninterrupted Option 3 Must be at least 8 hrs Sleeper Berth Sleeper-Berth Provision equivalent of at least 10 consecutive hours off duty Option 4 2 or more hrs Off duty, Sleeper or Combination
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  • 22. Checking the 11 Hour Rule
  • 23. Check 11 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2
  • 24. Check 11 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2 10 Hrs Off Duty Start Counting Driving Time From Here
  • 25. Check 11 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2 10 Hrs Off Duty Start Counting Driving Time From Here 9 Hrs Driving 2 Hrs Driving 11 th Driving Hour
  • 26. Check 11 Hour Rule 8 hrs Sleeper berth + 2 hrs Off Duty = 10 Hour Rest Period Day 1 Day 2 8 Hrs Sleeper Berth 2 Hrs Off Duty
  • 27. Check 11 Hour Rule Sleeper Berth Provision - start counting from the end of the first of the 2 rest periods. Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting Driving Time From Here
  • 28. Check 11 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting Driving Time From Here 2 Hrs Driving 8 Hrs Driving
  • 29. Check 11 Hour Rule 2 hrs Off Duty + 8 hrs Sleeper berth = 10 Hour Rest Period Day 1 Day 2 2 Hrs Off Duty 8 Hrs Sleeper Berth
  • 30. Check 11 Hour Rule Sleeper Berth Provision - start counting from the end of the first of the 2 rest periods. Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting Driving Time From Here
  • 31. Check 11 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting Driving Time From Here 8 Hrs Driving
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  • 37. Checking the 14 Hour Rule
  • 38. Check 14 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2
  • 39. Check 14 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2 10 Hrs Off Duty Start Counting 14 Hour Rule From Here
  • 40. Check 14 Hour Rule Day 1 Day 2 10 Hrs Off Duty Start Counting 14 Hour Rule From Here 9 hrs toward the 14 hr rule
  • 41. Check 14 Hour Rule DO NOT include Sleeper Berth Periods of 8 or more Hours in your 14 hour total Day 1 Day 2 10 Hrs Off Duty Start Counting 14 Hour Rule From Here 8 Hrs Sleeper Berth 9 hrs toward the 14 hr rule
  • 42. Check 14 Hour Rule DO NOT include Sleeper Berth Periods of 8 or more Hours in your 14 hour total Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting 14 Hour Rule From Here 9 hrs toward the 14 hr rule 8 Hrs Sleeper Berth 2 more hrs toward the 14 hr rule
  • 43. Check 14 Hour Rule 8 hrs Sleeper berth + 2 hrs Off Duty = 10 Hour Rest Period Day 1 Day 2 8 Hrs Sleeper Berth 2 Hrs Off Duty
  • 44. Check 14 Hour Rule Sleeper Berth Provision - start counting from the end of the first of the 2 rest periods. Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting 14 Hour Rule From Here
  • 45. Check 14 Hour Rule 14 HR Rule - Count all On Duty Time, Driving Time, all Off Duty Time and all Sleeper Berth periods of less than 8 hours from that period forward. Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting 14 Hour Rule From Here 13 hrs toward the 14 hr rule
  • 46. Check 14 Hour Rule 2 hrs Off Duty + 8 hrs Sleeper berth = 10 Hour Rest Period Day 1 Day 2 2 Hrs Off Duty 8 Hrs Sleeper Berth
  • 47. Check 14 Hour Rule Sleeper Berth Provision - start counting from the end of the first of the 2 rest periods. Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting 14 Hour Rule From Here
  • 48. Check 14 Hour Rule 14 HR Rule - Count all On Duty Time, Driving Time, all Off Duty Time and all Sleeper Berth periods of less than 8 hours from that period forward. Day 1 Day 2 Start Counting 14 Hour Rule From Here 9 hrs toward the 14 hr rule
  • 49. 34 Hour Restart 395.3(c)(1) and 395.(c)(2) Truck drivers may restart any 7/8 consecutive day period after taking 34 or more consecutive hours off-duty.
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  • 51. 34 Hour Restart 10/05/05 10/06/05 10/07/05 7 Hrs 24 Hrs 3 Hrs 34 Hours 60 / 70 Hour Rule Restarts
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  • 57. These New Hours Of Service Do not apply to Interstate Passenger Carriers. They will continue to comply with the 10 Hr., 15 Hr., and 60/70 Hr. rules specified in 49 CFR 395.5
  • 58. Thank You! Please refer to FMCSA’s website “ http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov” for the most current information regarding the Hours of Service.

Editor's Notes

  1. Retains drivers’ weekly limits on duty (60/70) and allows for a new restart period of 34 hours off duty which includes 2 sleep periods.
  2. Drivers can use the 16 hour exemption only once in a 7 day period, unless restarted with at least 34 consecutive hours off duty. Drivers are still limited to 11 hours driving.