|30-minute rest break||The rest break that drivers using Federal US HOS rules must take when they have driven for a period of 8 cumulative hours without at least a 30-minute interruption.|
|AOBRD||Automatic on-board recording device. The WorkPlan HOS app has an AOBRD mode that can be used by vehicles and drivers who do not need to comply with ELD (electronic logging device) regulations.|
|CDL||Commercial driver's license.|
|CDL short-haul exemption||An exemption to the normal hours of service rules that applies if drivers stay within a 150 air-mile radius of their normal work reporting location, and they are released from duty after 14 consecutive hours on duty.|
|Co-driver||A second driver, who alternates with the main driver to drive a vehicle.|
|DVIR||Driver vehicle inspection report. A special form that drivers fill out as they inspect their vehicles.|
|ELD||Electronic logging device. A device that can be used to record hours of service and the rules that drivers must comply with from December 18, 2017.|
|FMCSA||Federal motor carrier safety administration.|
|General exemption||An exemption to the HOS ELD regulations|
|HOS (hours of service)||
A daily status report giving the amount of time a driver spent in various activities.
The name of the app that is used to record and display the number of hours a driver has been on duty, driving, or off duty each day.
|Job||An appointment to do work at a specified time and location, for a specified length of time.|
|Non-CDL short-haul exemption||An exemption to the normal hours of service rules that applies if drivers drive vehicles that do not require a CDL (commercial driver’s license), and if they stay within a 150 air-mile radius of their normal work reporting location.|
|Off Duty||An HOS status indicating that the driver is not on duty: driving or performing other on-duty tasks.|
|Oilfield||A setting used within Hours of Service to specify whether or not a driver is at an oilfield.|
|On Duty||An HOS status indicating that the driver is not driving, but performing other on-duty tasks.|
|Personal Conveyance mode||A mode that allows drivers to use a vehicle for authorized personal use without the driving time counting towards their HOS limits.|
|Post-trip DVIR||A DVIR form that is filled out after completing a job, when logging off.|
|Pre-trip DVIR||A DVIR form that is filled out before completing a job, when logging on.|
|Sleeper Berth||An HOS status in which the driver takes a break and spends time in the sleeper berth of the truck.|
|Status||An indicator of the state of a driver using Hours of Service. Status can be On Duty, Off Duty, Driving, or Sleeper Berth, or, if using oilfield options, In/Out Oilfield or Waiting.|
|Unregulated Driving mode||A mode that allows drivers to drive a non-commercial motor vehicle without the driving time counting towards their HOS limits.|
|Yard Move mode||A mode that allows drivers to maneuver their vehicle around a yard, for example at a customer site or at the depot, without the driving time counting towards their HOS limits.|
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