HOS Rules: The 6 Essentials

HOS violations impact CSA scores. Knowing the 6 essential HOS rules though can save your fleet time and money. Drivers who comply with these basic standards can avoid most issues with law enforcement.

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34-Hour Restart

If you want to completely refresh your driving cycle and clear all “rolling” hours, all you have to do is take 34 consecutive hours...
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Sleeper Berth Extension

Freeze your 14-hour window by applying the sleeper berth extension.   The 14-hour rule puts pressure on drivers to minimize their breaks so they...
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Split Sleeper Berth

What is the purpose of the Split Sleeper Berth rule? The Split Sleeper Berth provision means flexibility for a driver. It allows a driver...
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Cycles: 60/7 & 70/8

If you’re familiar with the trucking industry, you’ve most likely heard of the 60-hour/7-day or 70-hour/8-day cycle. The 60-hour/7-day cycle limits a driver to...
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11-Hour & 14-Hour Rule

The 14-Hour Rule When a driver comes on duty after taking at least 10 consecutive hours off duty, he has a 14-hour window to...