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Monday thru Friday: 8 AM – 7 PM

Saturday: 8 AM –6 PM

Sunday: 9 AM – 5 PM

 

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Hours of Service

Federal (Interstate commerce) and California (Intrastate commerce) have different rules for commercial drivers keeping hours of operations: daily and weekly.

CONDITION FEDERAL (Interstate) CALIFORNIA (Intrastate)
Driving Time

Driver may not drive for more than 11

hours following 10 consecutive hours

off duty.

Driver may not drive more than 12

hours following 8 consecutive hours

off duty.

On duty Time

Driver may not drive beyond the 14th

hour after coming on duty following

10 hours off duty. Driver may perform

work, except for driving, after being

on duty for 14 hours.

Driver may not drive after been on

duty for 15 hours. Driver may perform

work, except for driving, after

being on duty for 15 hours.

Multiple day

on duty time

limitations

Driver is not eligible to drive after

having been on duty for 60 hours in a

7-day period. However, if a moving

company has commercial motor vehicles

operating 7 days a week, the driver is

not eligible to drive after having been

on duty for 70 hours in an 8-day period.

A driver may restart a 7/8 consecutive

day period after taking 34 or more

consecutive hours off duty.

Driver is not eligible to drive after having been

on duty for 80 hours in any 8 consecutive day 

period or if transporting farm products after

having been on duty 112 hours in any

consecutive 8-day period.

Off duty time

After driving for 11 hours or being on

duty for 14 hours, you may not drive

again until dirver has had 10

consecutive hours off duty

 

After driving for 12 hours or being on duty

for 15 hours, you may not drive again until

driver has had 8 consecutive hours off duty

Adverse driving

condition

Additional 2 hours of driving may be

allowedif driver encounters adverse

weather conditions which were not

apparent at the start of the trip.

Additional 2 hours of driving may be allowed

if the driver encounters adverse weather

conditions which were not apparent at the

start of the trip.

Regardless of the adverse conditions, you are

not allowed to drive for more than 14 hours  

or after having been on duty more than 15

hours.

For up-to-date HOS rules, visit www.fmcsa.dot.gov   or www.chp.ca.gov