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Example Logs for USA 2004 HOS Rules

Example #1  ---- 11 Hour Rule

Example #2  ---- 14 Hour Rule

Example #3  ---- 14 Hour Rule using Split Sleeper to extend 14 Hours.

Example #4  ---- 14 Hour Rule using only one Sleeper to extend 14 hours, then going Off-Duty.  This will be a violation.

Example #5  ---- 14 Hour Rule using only one sleeper to extend 14 hours, then going Off-Duty. Exception to the rule. No violation.

Example #6  ----  14 Hour Rule (Driver Working Past 14 hours)

Example #7  ---- 14 Hour Rule (Complex Example #1)

Example #8  ---- 14 Hour Rule (Complex Example #2)

Example #9  ---- 14 Hour Rule (Multiple Sleepers)

Example #10 ---- 14 Hour Rule (Multiple Sleepers and Multiple Off-Duty    periods)

Example #11 ---- 14 Hour Rule using only one Sleeper to extend 14 hours, then going Off-Duty but having 10 Consecutive hours in the sleeper the day before. This is a violation.

Example #12 ---- 34 Hour Restart (Off-Duty)

Example #13 ---- 34 Hour Restart (Off-Duty and Sleeper Berth combined)

Example #14 ---- New Grid Markers

Example #15 ---- Violation of the 11/14 Hour Rule.

Example #16 ---- Combining sleeper berth and off duty time.

Example #17 ---- Combining sleeper berth and off duty time. Failing to have two qualifying sleeper berth that equal 10 hours prior to taking 10 or more consecutive hours off duty.

Example #18 ---- 14 Hour Rule using only one Sleeper to extend 14 hours, then logging a 10 hour Sleeper.

Example#19 ---- 14 Hour Rule -- When does the 14 hour rule  start after a reset occurs, and off-duty is logged after the sleeper berth, but before any Driving or On-Duty Not Driving occurs (Lines 3 or 4).