HOS Compliance BASIC Violations

Section Violation Description Shown on Driver/Vehicle Examination Report Given to CMV Driver after Roadside Inspection Violation Group Description Violation Severity Weight Violation in the DSMS (Y/N)
392.2H State/Local Hours-of-Service Hours 7 Y
392.3 Operating a CMV while ill/fatigued Jumping OOS/Driving Fatigued 10 Y
392.3-FPASS Fatigue – Operate a passenger-carrying CMV while impaired by fatigue. Jumping OOS/Driving Fatigued 10 Y
392.3-FPROP Fatigue – Operate a property-carrying CMV while impaired by fatigue. Jumping OOS/Driving Fatigued 10 Y
392.3-I Illness – Operate a CMV while impaired by illness or other cause. Jumping OOS/Driving Fatigued 10 Y
395.1(h)(1) 15, 20, 70/80 HOS violations (Alaska-Property) Hours 7 Y
395.1(h)(2) 15, 20, 70/80 HOS violations (Alaska-Passenger) Hours 7 Y
395.1(h)(3) Adverse driving conditions violations (Alaska) Hours 7 Y
395.1(o) 16 hour rule violation (Property) Hours 7 Y
395.3(a)(1) Requiring or permitting driver to drive more than 11 hours Hours 7 Y
395.3A1R 11 hour rule violation (Property) Hours 7 Y
395.3(a)(2) Requiring or permitting driver to drive after 14 hours on duty Hours 7 Y
395.3A2R 14 hour rule violation (Property) Hours 7 Y
395.3A2-PROP Driving beyond 14 hour duty period (Property carrying vehicle) Hours 7 Y
395.3A3-PROP Driving beyond 11 hour driving limit in a 14 hour period. (Property Carrying Vehicle) Hours 7 Y
395.3(a)(3)(ii) Driving beyond 8-hour limit since the end of the last off-duty or sleeper period of at least 30 minutes

(Note: Does not apply to short haul drivers)

Hours 7 Y
395.3(b) 60/70 – hour rule violation Hours 7 Y
395.3B1-PROP Driving after 60 hours on duty in a 7 day period. (Property carrying vehicle) Hours 7 Y
395.3B2 Driving after 70 hours on duty in a 8 day period. (Property carrying vehicle) Hours 7 Y
395.3BR 60/70 – hour rule violation (Property) Hours 7 Y
395.3(c) 34 -hour restart violation (Property) Hours 7 Y
395.5(a)(1) 10 – hour rule violation (Passenger) Hours 7 Y
395.5A1-PASS Driving after 10 hour driving limit (Passenger carrying vehicle) Hours 7 Y
395.5(a)(2) 15 – hour rule violation (Passenger) Hours 7 Y
395.8(a) No driver’s record of duty status Incomplete/Wrong Log 5 Y
395.5(b) 60/70 – hour rule violation (Passenger) Hours 7 Y
395.5B1-PASS Driving after 60 hours on duty in a 7 day period. (Passenger carrying vehicle) Hours 7 Y
395.5B2-PASS Driving after 70 hours on duty in a 8 day period. (Passenger carrying vehicle) Hours 7 Y
395.8 Log violation (general/form and manner) Other Log/Form & Manner 1 Y
395.8(a) No driver’s record of duty status Incomplete/Wrong Log 5 Y
395.8(e) False report of driver’s record of duty status False Log 7 Y
395.8(f)(1) Driver’s record of duty status not current Incomplete/Wrong Log 5 Y
395.8(k)(2) Driver failing to retain previous 7 days’ logs Incomplete/Wrong Log 5 Y
395.13(d) Driving after being declared out-of-service Jumping OOS/Driving Fatigued 10 Y
395.15(b) Onboard recording device information requirements not met Incomplete/Wrong Log 5 Y
395.15(c) Onboard recording device improper form and manner Other Log/Form & Manner 1 Y
395.15(f) Onboard recording device failure and driver failure to reconstruct duty status Incomplete/Wrong Log 5 Y
395.15(g) On-board recording device information not available EOBR Related 1 Y
395.15(i)(5) Onboard recording device does not display required information Other Log/Form & Manner 1 N
398.6 Violation of hours of service regulations—migrant workers Hours 7 Y

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