Rest periods:


 After a maximum of 4½ hours driving time, the driver must take a break of at least 45 minutes.

This break in driving time can be divided into 15 minutes, followed by 30 minutes.


Daily driving time:

Is a maximum of 9 hours; 10 hours are allowed twice a week.


Daily rest period:

Is 11 hours. But may be reduced to 9 hours 3 times a week without compensation.

Weekly rest is 45 hours. If a balance is reached within the next 3 weeks, every second weekly rest period can be reduced to 24 hours.

The missing 21 hours must be appended to an existing daily rest period or weekly rest period!

Double week driving time maximum 90 hours.


Breaks are important:

It is important that our drivers are rested and fit to do their job properly.

This is also your safety.


 IMPORTANT driving times 

After 6 working days in a row, you have to take a break of at least 45 hours.

In exceptional cases, the political rest period may be reduced to 24 hours, but only

if the regular break of at least 45 hours becomes in the previous and following week.

The uncomfortable rest period (45-24 = 21 hours) must be made up between the three weeks, namely 11 hours after a quiet period or 45 hours after a reasonable rest period.

The difference between driving and rest times and working hours

The EU Parliament is responsible for working driving and rest times, the Working Hours Act regulates working hours - also known as shift hours. Both mandatory specifications must be observed.



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