VIDEO: FMCSA Administrator Announces a Proposed Rule on Changes to HOS

BREAKING NEWS

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced a proposed rule on changes to Hours of Service (HOS) regulations on August 14, 2019.

The FMCSA says its goal is to improve safety and provide flexibility for America’s commercial drivers.

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  1. They just dont get it. Make something that’s so simple difficult. Get rid of the 30min break. When at shipper or receiver your clock stops after 30mins of sitting there. Go back to 5/5split sleeper. Or better yet get rid of sleeper berth altogether. Here’s a no brainers how about spending 45 days on the road with a trucker before coming up with these no nonsense rules

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