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Under the sleeper berth provisions, a driver takes 7 hours in the sleeper berth & later takes an off-duty period of 3 hours before arriving at home. When the driver arrives home within the permissible hours, what rest is req’d to reset their "day clock"?

Frequently Asked Questions Relating to 2020 Changes to Hours of Service Regulations

Question 8

Q: Under the sleeper berth provisions, a driver takes 7 hours in the sleeper berth and later takes an off-duty period of 3 hours before arriving at home. When the driver arrives...

What rest periods qualify for the split sleeper berth provision?

Frequently Asked Questions Relating to 2020 Changes to Hours of Service Regulations

Question 2

Q: What rest periods qualify for the split sleeper berth provision?

A: Truck drivers using the split sleeper berth provision under the hours-of- service (HOS) rule may...