What happens if a driver is on duty for 14 hours, but not driving?
If a driver is on duty, but not driving, on a particular day, the driver may remain on duty for more than 14 hours; however, the driver cannot drive after the 14th hour after coming on duty. Also, the additional on-duty time will also reduce subsequent on-duty time available under the 60/70-hour rule.
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