What is California Property Cycle Rule?

    Audience Fleet Admins, Fleet Managers, Drivers
    Applies To  Driver App, Fleet Dashboard 



    Work Shift

    • The On Duty period begins after at least 10 consecutive hours of Off-Duty/Sleeper/Waiting time.  
    • Total shift time after taking consecutive 10 hours off would be 16 hours.
    • Driver must not drive more than 12 16 hours in a shift.
    • The cycle starts 8 days before the end of the current day.
    • Driver must not drive after 80 hours on duty/driving since the cycle started.
    • 34-hour restarts are allowed at any time.
    • 24-hour restart exception allows any 24+ hour Off Duty/Sleeper/Waiting to start a new cycle.

    Split Sleeper Berth

    • Drivers need to take two breaks of a total of 10+ hours off, where one period is 8-10 hours sleeper, and the other is 2-10 hours off duty/sleeper, and restarts the shift after the first of the two periods.
    • The wait time exception adds a 5th status to the log chart, and any time spent
      waiting does not count towards the 16-hour shift limit.

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