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‘Multi-manning’ The situation where, during each period of driving between any two consecutive daily rest periods, or between a daily rest period and a weekly rest period, there are at least two drivers in the vehicle to do the driving.
For the first hour of multi-manning the presence of another driver or drivers is optional, but for the remainder of the period it is compulsory.
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After 4.5 hours of driving the driver must take a break period of at least 45 minutes.
However, this can be split into 2 breaks, the first being at least 15 minutes, and the second being at least 30 minutes in length. The daily driving time may be extended to at most 10 hours not more than twice during the week. In addition to this, a driver cannot exceed 90 hours driving in a fortnight.
In Canada, driver hours of service regulations are enforced for any driver who operates a "truck, tractor, trailer or any combination of them that has a gross vehicle weight in excess of 4,500 kg or a bus that is designed and constructed to have a designated seating capacity of more than 24 persons, including the driver".
Within each period of 24 hours after the end of the previous daily rest period or weekly rest period a driver must take a new daily rest period.