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The split sleeper berth rule allows a driver to extend an on-duty shift by splitting the required 10 consecutive hours of off-duty time into two shifts. This allows drivers to adjust schedules for things like longer hauls or warehouse hours by dropping-in a rest break that pushes out a 14-hour driving period.
With the 8/2 split, Seidl said a driver could drive for 6 hours and then take a 2-hour off-duty break and then drive for another 5 hours. At that point, an 8-hour off-duty period would commence and, when combined with the 2-hour off-duty break, provide the 10 hours of equivalent off-duty time as required by FMCSA.
With the 8/2 split, Seidl said a driver could drive for 6 hours and then take a 2-hour off-duty break and then drive for another 5 hours. At that point, an 8-hour off-duty period would commence and, when combined with the 2-hour off-duty break, provide the 10 hours of equivalent off-duty time as required by FMCSA.
8-hour, 30-minute break rule When the driver comes off a break and changes to On Duty or Driving, an 8-hour clock starts ticking. Before the 8 hours is up, the driver must take at least a 30-minute rest break in Off Duty or Sleeper status.
To take advantage of this provision, a driver must spend at least 8 consecutive hours (but less than 10) in their sleeper berth. This rest period will not count as part of their 14 on-duty hours. The driver can then take a second, separate rest period of at least 2 consecutive hours (but less than 10).
The Split Sleeper Berth provision means flexibility for a driver. It allows a driver to split the required 10 consecutive hour off-duty break into two shifts. ... If you spend 10 or more hours in the sleeper berth, it can be interpreted instead as a full 10 hour off-duty break to your 14 hour driving window.
Normally 10 consecutive hours of Off Duty/Sleeper time is required to reset the 11 and 14-hour clocks. However, these 10 hours can sometimes be split up into two segments. This is called an 8/2 Split or Sleeper Split.
It allows a driver to split the required 10 consecutive hour off-duty break into two shifts. One shift must be between 2 and 8 hours, and can be spent in the sleeper berth or off duty (or a combination of the two). The other shift must be between 8 and 10 hours, spent entirely in the sleeper.
To use the Split Sleep Berth Provision, a driver must take at least eight consecutive hours in the sleeper berth, plus a separate two consecutive hours either in the sleeper berth, off duty, or any combination of the two.
The 8 hours are consecutive hours, so they include driving and all other time (including any breaks that are less than 30 minutes). The hours-of-service rules say you have to stop driving CMVs once you reach 8 consecutive hours past the end of your last break of at least 30 consecutive minutes.
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