ATA questioned changes to the restart provision requiring it include two consecutive periods between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m.
Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, Public Citizen and the Truck Safety Coalition object to FMCSA not reducing the driving day to 10 hours from 11.
The association asks the court to review the recently published final rule changing hours-of-service regulations.
A federal court dismissed the hours of service lawsuit Feb. 8, ending nearly three years of litigation.
Previous settlement agreement wanted to change 2008 hours of service rule.
The long-awaited revision requires two early morning four-hour rest periods with the 34-hour restart, and does not change the 11-hour driving limit.
Subcommittee members believe proposed hours rule would represent an unjustified financial burden on the trucking industry.
The top equipment-related violation is lighting, according to a “CSA: One Year Later” panel discussion at the Commercial Carrier Journal Fall Symposium in Phoenix.
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