US regulators to test ‘split duty period’ for truckers

US regulators to test ‘split duty period’ for truckers

A proposed Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration pilot project would let truck drivers stop the hours of service clock for up to three hours and then resume driving, giving them more control over their schedules, but a longer day.

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