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Texas Intrastate 70 Hour 7 Day Hours of Service Rule Supported By The Truckers Trip Planning App.

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What is the Texas Intrastate 70 Hour 7 Day Rule?

The Texas Intrastate 70 Hour 7 Day rule applies to All Carriers operating under Title 37 of the Texas Administrative Code Chapter 4.12.

 

The Texas Intrastate 70 Hour 7 Day rules are:

  • A driver operating within the Texas Intrastate 70 Hour 7 Day rule cannot work more than 70 hours in a 7 consecutive day period.

  • A driver operating within the Texas Intrastate 70 Hour 7 Day rule is required to take a 30 minute break prior to the completion of 8 continuous hours of work.

  • A driver operating within the Texas Intrastate 70 Hour 7 Day rule cannot work no more than 15 hours.

  • A driver operating within the Texas Intrastate 70 Hour 7 Day rule cannot drive more than 12 hours.

  • A driver operating within the Texas Intrastate 70 Hour 7 Day rule must take a mandatory 8 hours off duty before beginning a new work period.

  • A driver operating within the Texas Intrastate 70 Hour 7 Day rule must take a mandatory 34 hours off duty before beginning a new 7 consecutive day work period.

If you meet the requirements of the short haul exemptions of Title 49 CFR Section 395.1 or the Canadian Commercial Motor Vehicles Drivers Hours of Service Regulation Section 81(2). Go to the 150 Air Miles App!

The Texas Intrastate 70 Hour 7 Day Rules are supported in the following Trip Planning Apps:

The Texas Intrastate 70 Hour 7 Day Rules are supported in the following Stand-Alone Apps