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Should I use the 150 Air-Mile Rule or keep traditional logs?

Commonly referred to as the 150 Air-Mile Rule, this exception allows the company to maintain records of in-time, out-time and hours worked instead of traditional logs.  This exception requires that the driver not exceed a 150 Air-Mile radius (for most states) and not work more than 14 consecutive hours, regardless of off-duty time.  This means that if the driver comes to work at 7am, they are not eligible to work past 9pm.  This deviation from the typical 10 driving, 15 on duty rule, can cause a shortage of CDL drivers in many operations.  We’ll work with you to evaluate your needs, train your staff, and decide which method is best for your company.

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