How is the 14 hour rule calculated?
A simple way to approach the 14-hour rule: The time starts the second you come on-duty, after which you have 14 hours to complete your driving for the day. The stopwatch does not pause if you take a nap or lunch break, and to reset the 14 hour clock, you MUST take 10 hours off-duty.
What happens if you go over the 14 hour rule?
The 14-Hour Window Rule Once the 14 hours have been reached, a driver can’t resume driving until they’ve taken 10 consecutive hours off duty.
When on a 14 day cycle What is the maximum number of hours you can drive within 14 consecutive days?
When using the 120 hours in 14 days cycle (Cycle 2) you cannot log more than 120 hours On-Duty (Driving & On-Duty Not Driving) in 14 days. In addition, when using this cycle you cannot not drive after accumulating 70 hours on-duty without taking a period of 24 consecutive hours off-duty.
Does off duty count against your 14 hours?
Drivers can pause the 14-hour clock today The break must be spent off duty or in a sleeper berth (or using a combination of the two). The time before and after the break cannot include any driving after the 11th hour of driving or after the 14th hour of time.
How many hours are you allowed to work each 14 hour period Amazon driver?
As you know, a driver is allowed a period of 14 consecutive hours in which to drive up to 11 hours after being off duty for 10 or more consecutive hours.
Does sleeper berth count as off duty?
A driver may spend time in their sleeper berth to get some, or all, of the 10 consecutive hours of off-duty time. This period may be spent in the sleeper berth, off duty, or sleeper berth and off duty combined. It does count as part of the 14 hours. It does not matter which rest period a driver take first.
What is the allowable distance Travelled for personal use?
would need to be unloaded first before a driver can use the vehicle for personal use. Unloading of such a truck would not include removal of any “operational” items like chains, etc. Distance traveled does not exceed 75 kilometers in a day.
Does 8 hrs in the sleeper berth reset your 14?
Any period in the sleeper berth of at least 8 consecutive hours does not count as part of the 14 hours, and, therefore, allows a driver to extend the time during which a driver could use their maximum 11 hours of driving.
What is the 7 3 split rule?
Essentially for a 7/3 split, a driver has to stay in the sleeper berth for seven hours, and then spend another three hours relaxing somehow, or even going back into the berth.