Federal Court Upholds Majority of Hours-of-Service Rule

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In March of 2013, a federal court heard arguments on the FMCSA's latest attempt to revise the hours-of-service rule. The current rule, including the latest revisions, largely became effective on July 1, 2013. On August 2, the federal court upheld the current rule, including all of the revisions, except for a revision that would have mandated a 30-minute break for short-haul drivers.

In this video, McNees Transportation attorney Jim See more +

In March of 2013, a federal court heard arguments on the FMCSA's latest attempt to revise the hours-of-service rule. The current rule, including the latest revisions, largely became effective on July 1, 2013. On August 2, the federal court upheld the current rule, including all of the revisions, except for a revision that would have mandated a 30-minute break for short-haul drivers.

In this video, McNees Transportation attorney Jim Franklin explains the court's decision and what it means for the transportation industry.

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