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Example #10 ---- Multiply Violations of the 11/14 hour rule

Day 1 -- No Violation on this day.

Day 2 Multiply Violations of 11 and 14 hour rule.

Violation #1 starts at: 4:30 AM -- Violation last for: 5.00 Hours -- Rule Violated: 11-Hour Rule -- 395.3(a)(1) USA (Red Arrow)

Violation #2 starts at: 6:15 AM -- Violation last for: 3.75 Hours -- Rule Violated: 14-Hour Rule -- 395.3 (a)(2) USA (Blue Arrow)

Violation #3 starts at: 1:00 PM -- Violation last for: 2.00 Hours -- Rule Violated: 11-Hour Rule -- 395.3(a)(1) USA (Red Arrow)

Violation #4 starts at: 1:00 PM -- Violation last for: 2.00 Hours -- Rule Violated: 14-Hour Rule -- 395.3 (a)(2) USA (Blue Arrow)

Example # 10 - Multiply Violations -- In this example the driver reset his/her 11/14 clock on Day 1 at 8:00 AM. At 4:45 AM, the driver goes into violation of the 11-hour rule, he/she continues to drive, violating the 14-hour rule at 6:15 AM. At 10:00 AM the driver goes to on-duty (not driving) line. This stops all violations. At 1:00 PM the driver begins driving again till 3:00 PM, at which time he/she goes to off-duty line. This stops all violations.

This example is used to show that the only time a driver is in violation of the 11/14/70 hour rules, is when the driver is on line 3 (DRIVING). You can work over 14 hours a day on line 4 (ON DUTY NOT DRIVING), You can work over 70 Hours in 8 days. (ON DUTY NOT DRIVING), However you CAN NOT drive past 11-hours before you must take 10 consecutive hours off, or sleeper berth. You can not drive past the 14th hour since starting this duty period without taken 10 consecutive hours off, or sleeper berth. And you can not drive past 70 hours in 8 day cycle.

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