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LSBAGWELL - 2/14/2018 9:01:12 AM
   
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We are a sod farm with our own fleet or trucks. If a driver loads on Sunday PM, and parks his truck after only 2 hours of loading, does he still have the 10 hour rule between being able to leave to make a delivery?

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Henry Albert - 2/26/2018 4:03:35 PM
   
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The problem would be the 14 hour rule . You could use the 8/2 split provision however that would require the driver to take a two hour break pretty early in their shift .


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