Corrective Action Training: 60- or 70-Hour Limit
This course reminds drivers to stop driving if you reach the maximum allowed hours of work, only use the 70-hour/8-day limit if your carrier operates CMVs every day of the week, prevent fatigue and stay in compliance by following the limits, and reset hours back to zero by taking 34 consecutive hours off duty.
After completing this course, drivers will be able to:
- Explain what the 60- and 70-hour limits are
- Describe how to determine which limit to use
- Recognize the consequences of not following the limits
- Identify the 34-hour restart exception to the limit for property carriers
- Maximum on-duty time limits include all of your on-duty time.
- On-duty time includes any type of work.
- On-duty time will determine when you need to stop driving.
- The type of company you drive for will determine the limits they will set for you.
- The DOT allows for long work weeks, but remember that long hours are tiring.
- Fatigued drivers are more likely to get into accidents and receive violations.
- You can reset your hours by taking a 34 consecutive hours off.
This course takes approximately 5 minutes to complete
A passing grade of 80% or higher required. Up to 3 attempts are provided.
A certificate will be provided upon the successful completion of this course