Next week, new hours-of-service regs will take effect. They’re intended to offer more flexibility around key areas of drivers’ complaints against the existing rule, such as the 30-minute break and a key change to drivers’ splitting their off-duty hours. This graphic details the key changes coming to hours of service regs. Visit the story links below for more detail in how-to examples of the new split sleeper berth regs, including a way to execute a one-day 14-hour duty-clock pause, and changes to the mandatory 30-minute break.
Infographic: What’s changing in federal hours of service regs next week
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