When driving in Canada you are required to follow Canadian hours of service regulations. Canadian regulations differ slightly from US regulations.
The table below details which regulations are supported in Canada and which are not.
If, after reading this guide, you still have questions or you would like additional information, please feel free to contact customer support.
|Hours of service regulation||Description||Supported in the HOS mobile app|
|Mandatory off-duty time||Time that must be spent off-duty between cycles. A cycle can be 70 hours or 120 hours.||Supported|
|Daily off-duty time||Time that must be spent off-duty between daily shifts.||Supported|
|Deferral of daily off-duty time||Ability to defer the off-duty time between daily shifts.||Supported|
|Ferries||Recording time spent on ferries as off-duty time.||Not supported|
|Splitting of daily off-duty time||Taking the daily off-duty time in separate time periods rather than as a single break.||Supported|
|Cycle 1 (70 Hours)||Under Cycle 1 on-duty time is accumulated over a period of 7 days.||Supported|
|Cycle 2 (120 Hours)||Under Cycle 2 on-duty time is accumulated over a period of 14 days.||Supported|
|Cycle reset||Taking a mandatory off-duty time resets the hours that you are allowed to spend driving or on duty in the next cycle.||Supported|
|Cycle switching||Switching between the 120 and 70 hour cycles.||Supported|
|Rules for driving North of latitude 60N||Support for different HOS regulations when driving North of latitude 60N.||Supported|
|Alberta HOS rules||A specific set of HOS rules that take precedence over federal legislation if the fleet operates in Alberta only.||Not supported|
|Permits for commercial vehicles other than oil well service vehicles||Not supported|
|Emergencies and adverse driving conditions||Not supported|
|Inspections||Support for pre-trip and post-trip DVIR (driver vehicle inspection report).||Supported|
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