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    I Am Rocking Now

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    Default Re: Help settle an argument

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    Here's another for you 2631 If all hours worked count toward your 60 then can I refuse overtime and just tell the dispatcher I did fours of housework last nite you know cutting the grass,dishes and vacuuming and other chores on the honey do list maybe I will try this tonight so they cant send me out after doing nine hours on the dock thanks for the great info
    I think that you missed the key words "another motor carrier". But I know how you feel. My wife is tougher than any dispatcher I've ever had. I stopped working last month and already I have done more chores than I have ever done in my whole life.

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    I Am Rocking Now

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    Default Re: Help settle an argument

    Quote Originally Posted by crazy View Post
    Here's another for you 2631 If all hours worked count toward your 60 then can I refuse overtime and just tell the dispatcher I did fours of housework last nite you know cutting the grass,dishes and vacuuming and other chores on the honey do list maybe I will try this tonight so they cant send me out after doing nine hours on the dock thanks for the great info
    Nope. Because you forgot to clean the toilet.

    Question 11: Must non transportation-related work for a motor carrier be recorded as on-duty time?

    Guidance: Yes. All work for a motor carrier, whether compensated or not, must be recorded as on-duty time. The term “work” as used in the definition of “on-duty time” in §395.2 of the FMCSRs is not limited to driving or other non transportation-related employment.Interpretation for Definitions. - Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
    On duty time means all time from the time a driver begins to work or is required to be in readiness to work until the time the driver is relieved from work and all responsibility for performing work. On-duty time shall include:...(9) Performing any compensated work for a person who is not a motor carrier.Part 395.2: Definitions. - Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
    So...how did she compensate you Or did she?

 

 
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