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The new hours of service rules are scheduled to be implemented Monday, September 28.
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FMCSA’s new Hours of Service rules to go into effect in September

An update:

DOT says it’s full speed ahead on hours changes implementation

August 05, 2020
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration says it’s proceeding with implementation of a new hours of service rule designed to give drivers more flexibility in their daily work schedule.

“Right now, there’s no effort to abate or hold off on Sept. 29,” said the agency’s Acting Administrator, Jim Mullen, in FMCSA’s online Truck Safety Summit held Aug. 5.

Sept. 29, of course, is the date on which drivers can start utilizing the new provisions related to split-sleeper-berth logging, the adverse conditions exception, short-haul air mile radius and time limitations and the 30-minute break.

“We’re still doing outreach and education” with a variety of stakeholders, he added, and creating training materials. “Right now, we’re on track.”