Checking Hours of Service


Checking your hours of service, breaks, time remaining, rest periods, daily driving, on-duty times and daily resets.

 

Using your dashboard to see Hours of Service

The Dashboard displays your hours of service (HOS) data. The top row highlights the active status (and sub status, if applicable).

The timers indicate the time used or remaining for your hours of service.

The timers are color coded to warn you of HOS violations:

·        Blue: You are not in violation.

·        Amber: You are within 30 minutes of a violation.

·        Red: You are in violation or will be in violation if you start driving or go on duty.

 

30-Minute Break Due

If you are on duty, this timer counts down from 8 hours to the next mandatory 30-minute break. To take the break, change your status to Off Duty.

 

Time Remaining

If you are off duty, this timer counts down from 30 minutes.

 

Rest Until

This timer is relevant if you chose the Daily Reset or Cycle Reset sub statuses. After the 30-minute break period, the timer counts down the time required to reset (for example, 10 hours for a daily reset).

 

Daily Driving

This timer tracks the daily limit for which you can drive. It starts at 0:00 when you first go on duty for the day. You can only reset this timer after you log 10 hours of off-duty time.

You can choose whether to display hours used or hours remaining:

1.      Select the Since Daily Reset timer.

2.     Select either Used or Remaining.

Cycle On Duty

This timer displays the hours remaining in your weekly cycle.

 

Since Daily Reset

This timer tracks the daily limit for which you can be on duty. It starts at 0:00 when you first go on duty for the day. You can only reset this timer after you log 10 hours of off-duty time.

 

You can choose whether to display hours used or hours remaining:

1.      Select the Since Daily Reset timer.

2.     Select either Used or Remaining.