LOG BOOKS
Posted Tue, Nov 08 2011 07:34 AM CST
CORY DONLEY
BAR D INC.
O'NEILL, NE

Posts: 3

what does everybody think about running two log books? or should i just back log
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Posted Tue, Nov 08 2011 01:35 PM CST
JOHN TELLES
CENTRAL COAST PROVISIONS
YERINGTON, NV
775-463-4112

Posts: 31
Originally Posted by: CORY DONLEY
Quote: " what does everybody think about running two log books? or should i just back log"

You sir are just looking for TROUBLE,haven't you heard of LOOSE LEAF log books? it will keep you out of trouble and your money in your pocket not the states.
Jipo John
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Posted Tue, Nov 08 2011 02:40 PM CST
LEE Y
BBB
SAN SABA, TX

Posts: 23
yep yep get rid of two books, get ya a good three ring binder and loose leaf logs, or you'll screw up and hand'em the wrong one then your butt naked and backed up to a cactus REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Wed, Nov 09 2011 07:53 AM CST
DONALD WALKER
DONALD WALKER
BOONES MILL, VA
540-493-1560

Posts: 17

I for one think that this is nsomething we dont need to talk about on here

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Posted Wed, Nov 09 2011 04:39 PM CST
CORY DONLEY
BAR D INC.
O'NEILL, NE

Posts: 3
Originally Posted by: CORY DONLEY
Quote: " what does everybody think about running two log books? or should i just back log"


what is the longest you can drive for 10 on and 11 of or what???

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Posted Wed, Nov 09 2011 08:15 PM CST
MATT HAUSMAN
HAUSMAN TRUCKING
CARROLL, IA
712-790-9751

Posts: 10
Originally Posted by: CORY DONLEY
Quote: " what is the longest you can drive for 10 on and 11 of or what??? "

good luck man
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Posted Wed, Nov 09 2011 09:20 PM CST
ELLIOTT CORUM
ELLIOTT CORUM
LEXINGTON, KY
270-819-9255

Posts: 12
Originally Posted by: CORY DONLEY
Quote: " what is the longest you can drive for 10 on and 11 of or what??? "

Please tell us that you are not trying to learn how to log by asking questions on an internet forum. Please talk to and learn from somebody in person that can show you how to log correctly and legally.
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Posted Thu, Nov 10 2011 02:06 AM CST
LEE Y
BBB
SAN SABA, TX

Posts: 23

you got it, there's another discussion on that explains it, you can drive 11 hours within 14 hours meaning if you start at 7am at 9pm your 14 hour clock is over, if you get held up for 5 hours or what have you, then you only have 9 hours, but some of that you need to use on duty not driving, for pti, loadin, unloadin, fuel post trip etc. but hey we're cow haulers we make the most of our time and never get held up, lol

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Posted Thu, Nov 10 2011 02:11 AM CST
LEE Y
BBB
SAN SABA, TX

Posts: 23
and also donald is right, there is sometings that don't need to be discussed on here, big brother don't need and more gas to put on a fire REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Sun, Nov 13 2011 07:29 PM CST
CHRIS THOMAS
SDE TRUCKING
MCMINNVILLE, TN
931-314-0693

Posts: 8
we had the d.o.t. come in on us.... now check this out... he told me you could go in sleeper and it wouldnt count against your 14 hr.... kentucky proved that different... ii didnt argue.... cause i thought that was kinda strange.. but i tried it anyway and it cost me a few dollars..... and yea loose leaf the way to go. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Mon, Nov 14 2011 10:33 AM CST
LEE Y
BBB
SAN SABA, TX

Posts: 23
you can can extend your 14 by 2 hrs, by spliting your sleeper, don't ask me to explain it i'll get messed up my self REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Mon, Nov 14 2011 03:09 PM CST
DUSTY OTT
NA
N/A, MI
269-274-7051

Posts: 14
Originally Posted by: CORY DONLEY
Quote: " what is the longest you can drive for 10 on and 11 of or what??? "

11 hours inside of a 14 hour window. Do Not exceed 70 hours in 8 day work period. (unless of course you "SHOWED" a 34 hr restart. You might find drivers tend to do what they want, but when they put it on paper it has to fit inside those guide lines. Most companies on the road may give you freedom to run hard.....BUT MATCH YOUR FUEL STOPS CORRECTLY. that is log book 101. In a nut shell before you can have cool bar stories to tell YOU HAVE TO KNOW HOW TO SHOW LEGAL....11-14-70. ohh yeah, im a fan of the loose leaf there come oon back dare
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Posted Mon, Nov 21 2011 08:04 AM CST
FRANK POER
NOT WORKING
DECATUR, TX
817-821-0931

Posts: 43
is he forreal asking that on here? what is he thinking he should ask fellow drivers for log help not on here if he would like help in this matter he can call me dirrectly at 817-821-0931 if he needs help and i could try to meet up with him or help him over the fone REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE