This screen displays your daily log as a chart, with a timeline running left to right covering the 24-hour log period, and a row for each possible HOS status. The blue line moves between the different HOS status codes to indicate your status at any given point during the log period. On the far right of each row is the accumulated time spent in that status in the log period. The date of the log you are currently viewing displays above the chart. You can touch-scroll the chart left and right to view the full 24-hour period.
In the title bar, the Certify button lets you review and certify the HOS log represented by this chart. If the HOS log has already been certified, the label Certified is shown instead.
The green vertical line is a cursor that indicates the currently selected event or time. Just below the chart are two buttons, and , which let you move to the previous or next event in your log.
At the bottom of the screen are the following controls:
Change the date shown in the chart by selecting a new date from a list of possible days.
Edit the selected event, changing the status, the time, or any notes. Shown only if you have selected an event.
Add a new event at the time where the cursor is. Shown only if you have not selected an event.
Zoom in to view a shorter time period.
Zoom out to view a longer time period.
The and buttons are shown if your supervisor has configured your account with permissions to edit events.
If you have exceeded an HOS limit, red indicators on the chart show the time when the limit was exceeded, and the chart is shaded to indicate the duration of the exceedance.
If you enable or disable the CDL short-haul exemption, a red indicator with the label CDL SH ON (when you enable the exemption) or CDL SH OFF (when you disable the exemption) shows on the chart.
If you enable or disable the non-CDL short-haul exemption, a red indicator with the label NON-CDL SH ON (when you enable the exemption) or NON-CDL SH OFF (when you disable the exemption) shows on the chart.
If you enable the adverse driving exemption, a red indicator with the label AdC shows on the chart.
If you enable or disable the general exemption, a red indicator with the label EXEMPT ON (when you enable the exemption) or EXEMPT OFF (when you disable the exemption) shows on the chart.
If you enable or disable the utility service vehicle exemption, a red indicator with the label USV ON (when you enable the exemption) or USV OFF (when you disable the exemption) shows on the chart.
If you use the modes Personal Conveyance or Yard Move, a red indicator with the label PC (when you enter Personal Conveyance mode) or YM (when you enter Yard Move mode) shows on the chart. The time spent in the respective mode is highlighted in light blue on the chart.
If you use Unregulated Driving mode, the time spent in this mode is shown in the "ON" section of the chart. A blue dot is displayed on the chart for each "Unregulated Driving Started" and "Unregulated Driving Finished " event.
HOS Codes Displayed on the Chart
The following table shows the HOS codes that might be displayed on the HOS Chart screen:
|CDL SH ON||CDL short-haul exemption enabled|
|CDL SH OFF||CDL short-haul exemption disabled|
|NON-CDL SH ON||Non-CDL short-haul exemption enabled|
|NON-CDL SH OFF||Non-CDL short-haul exemption disabled|
|EXEMPT ON||General exemption enabled|
|EXEMPT OFF||General exemption disabled|
|UTILITY ON||Public utility exemption enabled|
|UTILITY OFF||Public utility exemption disabled|
|AdC||Adverse driving conditions enabled|
|PC||Personal conveyance enabled|
|YM||Yard move enabled|
|C70||Canada Cycle 1 violation|
|C120||Canada Cycle 2 violation|
|WS14||Canada Work shift violation, driving after being On Duty for 14h since the beginning of the work shift|
|WS16||Canada Work shift violation, driving after 16h of elapsed time since the beginning of the work shift|
|D14||Day violation, driving after being On Duty for 14h within the day (24h period)|
|D10||Day violation, driver didn't take 10h Off Duty time within the day (24h period)|
|D13||Day violation, driving more than 13h within the day (24h period)|
|RULESET||Ruleset change (including Operating Zone change)|