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Part 390 § 390.23 Relief from regulations How do the hours a driver worked under an emergency exemption impact the 60/70-hour rule when the driver goes back to normal operations?

How do the hours a driver worked under an emergency exemption impact the 60/70-hour rule when the driver goes back to normal operations?

The hours worked providing direct assistance under the emergency relief exemption do not count toward the 60/70- hour rule. 

Regulatory Topic: Emergency Declarations
Published Date: Thursday, March 19, 2020
Issued Date: Thursday, March 19, 2020