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RegSense70-hour 8-day limit60-hour 7-day limitHours of Service34-hour restartBest ResultsFAQEnglishFocus AreaUSA
Does 34 consecutive hours off duty immediately restart the calculation of the 60 70-hour on-duty period?
Yes, the driver of a property-carrying commercial motor vehicle can immediately “restart” calculation of the 60/70-hour period by taking any break of 34 or more consecutive hours off duty and/or in a sleeper berth. This provision can be used even if the driver has exceeded the 60/70-hour limit, and even if the driver already had a restart in the past week.
['Hours of Service']
['34-hour restart', '70-hour 8-day limit', '60-hour 7-day limit']
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