What you need to know about the five proposed modifications to the hours of service rule


Recently, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published a notice of proposed rulemaking updates to hours of service rules. The proposal includes modifications to five components of the current hours of service rules: short-haul exemption, adverse driving, 30-minute rest break, sleeper berth time period and the pause

In this video, Tom DiSalvi, Vice President of Safety, Driver Training and Compliance at Schneider, provides a brief explanation of these modifications.

Published November 2019

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