The Department of Transportation (DOT) has strict regulations for driver hours of service (HOS) compliance. We can provide you a one-stop-shop for all of your logbook auditing and safety compliance needs.

The Hours of Service of Drivers Final Rule [Download PDF Version] effective as of December 16, 2014.

 

The links below provide more details regarding the HOS Final Rule as it pertains to both passenger and property carrying motor vehicles:

HOS Regulations – Part 395 Summary

Classroom Driver Log and Hours of
Service (HOS)Training

Compliance Systems LLC can provide experienced trainers to come to your location for mandated Hours of Service auditing and training. 

  • Explanations regarding who the regulations effect

  • Demonstrations of correctly completed logs showing proper Form and Manner

  • General knowledge of terms under FMCSA part 395

  • Clarifications regarding maximum drive and duty time

  • Updates regarding the 34 hour restart rules

  • Sleeper berth

  • Explaining how to properly manage the 70 hours in 8 days rule or the 60 hours in 7 days rule

Hours of Services Auditing
Even with ELDs, you still must audit?

Don’t be caught by surprise with a driver hours of service violation! Auditing your drivers records each month can alert you to violations or reporting errors, allowing you to correct the problem for the future.

 

Failure to keep complete records, violating Hours-of-Service regulations, turning off their ELD or falsifying log books can result in thousands of dollars in fines, being placed out-of-service, and even potential jail time! 

In addition, knowing how to audit these records,  what you should look for, and how to present your company's records during a DOT investigation is key to a successful DOT compliance program.