Understanding DOT Driving Hours

Many people drive a vehicle every week, if not every day. It’s an activity that’s functional and gets passengers where they need to be. But for property-carrying and passenger-carrying drivers, this venture is a means to receive a paycheck. For truck drivers, there’s an extra layer of responsibility that comes with getting behind the wheel, making it necessary for rules and regulations to dictate daily driving habits and tasks. 

According to the American Trucking Association, about 3.36 million people are employed as truck drivers, and those drivers move roughly 72.5% of the nation’s freight weight. With that knowledge, it’s vital these professional drivers are aware of the Department of Transportation (DOT) driving hour limits and regulations — both for their safety and the protection of everyone on the road. 

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