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The Impact of Driving, Non-driving Work, and Rest Breaks on Driving Performance in Commercial Vehicle Operations
(United States. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, 2011-05)
Current hours-of-service (HOS) regulations prescribe limits to commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers' operating hours. Besides assessing activities performed in the 14-hour workday, the relationship between safety-critical ...
Impact of Sleeper Berth Usage on Driver Fatigue, Final Project Report
(United States. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, 2002)
The goal of this project was to assess the impact that sleeper berth usage has on operator alertness. Forty-seven males and nine females participated in this study, constituting 13 teams and 30 single drivers. All drivers ...
Driver Detention Times in Commercial Motor Vehicle Operations
(United States. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Office of Analysis, Research, and Technology, 2014-12)
The purpose of this project was to quantitatively identify detention times in the commercial motor vehicle (CMV) industry. Although there is currently no standard definition, the industry commonly defines detention time ...