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Hours of Service Regulations Web Sites:
United States Hours of Service 2005 rules
Canada 1994 HOS regulations 'Canada 1994 Hours of Service'
Canada 2006 HOS regulations (Effective 1-Jan-2007)
The New 2004 Hours of Service Information - The Federal 2004 Hours of Service Information Web Site.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance - The CVSA web site has some free info but for the really good stuff you need to know the secret hand shake.
New Hours of Service (HOS) Rules Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - View an up-to-date "Frequently Asked Questions".
IFTA Tax Rate files for DDL - Download official quarterly Tax Rate tables from IFTA web site. Select 'Tax Rate Matrices' Gets you to the year 2003 rates.
FMCSR Guide - Regulatory Guidance for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs)
National Traffic and Road Closure Information - Get up-to-date road closures. with links to weather and traffic information
CANADA - Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Regulations, 1994 - Canadian hours of service regulations on line.
FMCSA Safer System - Do you want to find more about the carrier you work for. This is the free federal database of interesting facts and statistics about safety records, etc. about all carriers.
FMCSA Links page - Lots and lots of useful and interesting links. Federal and State DOT and Rest Areas etc.
HOS 2004 Rules - FMCSA Clarification on Sleeper Berth and 14hour 'Duty Period' Read and understand...
Michigan Center for Truck Safety - Michigan truck safety organization that likes DDL.
Drivers check out the links below:
There is a very disturbing reason we feel the need to use our phones when we’re behind the wheel – we have become so addicted to technology that we depend on it even when we know it’s dangerous to do so.
This resource provides not only the alarming statistics of how frequently we drive while we’re preoccupied, but also offers suggestions on how to put an end to this trend.
Although those of us who enable hands-free devices in our vehicles have the best intentions, these gadgets don’t make us immune to being distracted and putting ourselves and others in harm’s way.
Our little ones can be a source of distraction while driving if we don’t exercise extreme caution while they’re in the car. Help to ensure that your kids travel safely with these important tips.
I frequently travel with my dog in the front seat. I never realized how this is not only an unsafe practice for my dog, but is also a constant source of distraction for me even on quick trips!This deadly issue has become so prevalent that the National Safety Council has named April as Distracted Driving Awareness Month
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