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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 944 Pr Ut

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 944 Pr Ut

P>They're smart drivers, Rick. With Smart Drive Test, today we will be discussing the American logbook and the information that pertains to it. There are a few key things you need to keep in mind. First, average speeds. If you are pulled over by authorities or pulled into a weigh scale, they will determine your average speed. If you are speeding, you could receive a ticket. Of course, you don't want to get a speeding ticket or any violation because then you would end up working for free. And nobody wants to work for free. So, we will show you how to correctly fill out the logbook in order to avoid such situations. Now, let's talk about filling out the information around the graph on the American logbook. The first thing you will see on the log sheet is the date. The date is fairly self-explanatory - month/day/year. On this log sheet, there is a beginning and end date. If you have several days off duty, you can put them all on one log sheet. For example, if you are off from September 14th to September 21st, you would put 14 September 2016 in the top section and 21st September 2016 in the bottom section. Also, make sure to draw a line all the way across and write "off duty" in big letters on the graph. This will indicate to authorities that you had been off duty for multiple consecutive days. The next thing on the log sheet is the address of your home terminal. This address serves two purposes. Firstly, it helps determine if you require a logbook. If you are running more than 100 miles from your home terminal, you need to have a logbook. If you are running less than 100 miles, a logbook is not required, but your...