Does sleeper berth stop 14-hour clock?
You may also use the sleeper berth to extend the 14-hour limit. Any period in the sleeper berth of at least 8 consecutive hours does not count as part of the 14 hours and, therefore, allows you to extend the time during which you could use your maximum 11 hours of driving.
Does 10 hours in the sleeper berth reset your 14?
As these periods meet all the requirements, this would be a compliant pairing. However, 10- consecutive hours in the sleeper berth would reset the 11-hour driving time and 14-hour “driving window” moving forward.
What is the 14-hour rule?
What is the 14-hour rule? (Property-carrying drivers) The 14-hour workday limit means that once a driver comes back ON-Duty after 10 consecutive hours of OFF-Duty time, that driver cannot drive beyond 14 consecutive hours.