This Stand Alone Hours of Service App is a HOS Recap Calculator for Solo Truck and Bus Drivers which does not require internet while allowing the solo truck driver to recap their hours of service taking into consideration their last hours of service reset. With this Hours of Service App, solo drivers can quickly see the hours they have remaining for a load.
How it works:
The last eight days for the solo driver is persistent on the app after initial entry and maintained on the solo drivers mobile device.
The last eight days are shown by date so that there is no confusion over determining which day is day eight versus which day is day one. At midnight the date changes and the hours of service shifts down while day eight is returned to zero.
Simply, update the Hours of Service App each day to keep the calculations updated.
This Hours of Service App Supports the following Hours of Service Rules:
US Property 70 hour 8 day, US Property 60 hour 7 day, US Passenger 70 hour 8 day, US Passenger 60 hour 7 day, Alaska Property 70 hour 7 day, Alaska Property 80 hour 8 day, Alaska Passenger 70 hour 7 day, Alaska Passenger 80 hour 8 day, California Intrastate Property 80 hour 8 day, California Intrastate Passenger 80 hour 8 day, Texas Intrastate 70 hour 7 day, Canadian South 70 hour 7 day cycle 1, European Union Basic and Australian Standard Fatigue Management Hours of service rules.
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