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‘Multi-manning’ The situation where, during each period of driving between any two consecutive daily rest periods, or between a daily rest period and a weekly rest period, there are at least two drivers in the vehicle to do the driving.
For the first hour of multi-manning the presence of another driver or drivers is optional, but for the remainder of the period it is compulsory.
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provide an essential service to industrialized societies by transporting finished goods and raw materials over land, typically to and from manufacturing plants, retail and distribution centers.
A daily rest that is less than 11 hours but at least 9 hours long is called a reduced daily rest period.
When a daily rest is taken, this may be taken in a vehicle, as long as it has suitable sleeping facilities and is stationary.
Truck drivers are also responsible for inspecting all their vehicles for mechanical items or issues relating to safe operation.
In Canada, driver hours of service regulations are enforced for any driver who operates a "truck, tractor, trailer or any combination of them that has a gross vehicle weight in excess of 4,500 kg or a bus that is designed and constructed to have a designated seating capacity of more than 24 persons, including the driver".In this article we will list the five trucking You Tubers that you need to watch in 2019: 8 months ago Have a look at Truck Ned Kelly.He is hilarious, he does swear a bit and he does have the odd rant, but he is as funny as hell.With the rise of vlogging, a growing number of innovative truck drivers have taken to documenting their travels via You Tube, building up thousands of followers and millions of views.
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