REST PERIODS WHEN DOUBLE MANNED
Drivers rest breaks are the same as that of single manned journeys. If they choose, a driver can take either:
1) A regular rest period of at least 11 hours in the 30-hour period
2) A reduced rest period of at least 9 hours in the 30-hour period
3) A split daily rest within the 30-hour period, so long as it is taken as the first period being at least three hours, and the second period being at least nine hours
REST DURING PERIOD OF AVAILABILITY
On a multi-manning operation, 45 minutes of a period of availability will be considered to be a break, so long as the co-driver does no work.
MAXIMUM DRIVING TIME
The maximum driving time for a two-man crew within a 30 hour period is 20 hours before a daily rest is required (although only if both drivers are entitled to drive 10 hours).
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Question 1 of 51. Question
John is double manning a truck today with his colleague Steve. Steve will arrive at work at 09:00 am to carry out the vehicle checks and complete some paperwork.
What is the latest time John can arrive for the journey to qualify for double manning rules?CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 52. Question
When double manning rest periods willCorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 53. Question
Both Steve and John have had five days off prior to starting their shift today.
How many hours can the vehicle be driven for before both drivers are required to stop for a daily rest?CorrectIncorrect
Question 4 of 54. Question
Steve & John started their double manned shift at 09:00.
They intend to take a reduced daily rest today.
What time must they stop working?CorrectIncorrect
Question 5 of 55. Question
Whilst John is driving Steve's tachograph is set to PERIOD OF AVAILABILITY (POA) which allows him toCorrectIncorrect