New Hours-of-Service Rule Changes Reflected in New Driver Training Program

August 1, 2013 - Products

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J.J. Keller

When it comes to DOT compliance, the more things change, the more things require updating. That’s especially true when it comes to drivers’ hours-of-service training.

On July 1, the federal hours-of-service rules for drivers of property-carrying CMVs were revised. Drivers now face mandatory 30-minute rest breaks and more restrictions on use of the 34-hour "restart" provision.

This means hours-of-service training developed before July 1 may now be out of date — putting carriers at risk of being out of compliance. However, carriers can reduce that risk with the new hours-of-service driver training program from the regulatory specialists at J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.

J. J. Keller’s new hours-of-service training program features clear explanations of the most current rules, animated how-to-log graphics, and engaging commentary on why it’s important to log accurately.

Components of the training program include a closed-captioned DVD, instructor guide, trainer tools CD-ROM with ready-to-use materials, ten wallet cards, 11 driver handbooks, an hours-of-service special report, and a driver training log book.

In addition to the DVD format, hours-of-service is on J. J. Keller’s Training On Demand website ( as an interactive online course and a Pay Per View video. The Interactive CD-ROM format will be available in August.

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