How do I file a FedEx property damage claim?
Packages that are damaged or have missing contents must be reported within 60 calendar days from the delivery date. Call 1.800. GoFedEx 1.800. 463.3339 and request a FedEx Ground® Call Tag.
Is FedEx responsible for damaged packages?
FedEx automatically protects packages against loss or damage up to a value of $100 without a declaration of value. If the value of your item is over $100, you should declare the correct value. If not, the maximum liability for loss or damage to a package is $100.
Can I file a complaint against FedEx?
Customer Complaint: Our customer experience record for FedEx Corporation includes complaints from all of its locations. If you would like to ask for BBB’s assistance in resolving a dispute, please include the tracking number or FedEx account number involved when submitting your complaint to avoid delays.
Can FedEx park in your driveway?
FedEx has a standing policy to not back into a driveway. Now if there is a known fact that there is enough space to turn around at the end that is another matter. That is the only way they would think of driving up with the nose forward.
Can UPS drivers back up?
UPS also have traditions and beliefs and one thing they discourage their drivers is reverse driving. The drivers are not allowed to reverse unless they are backing into a loading dock. Some of the UPS drivers always get cautioned of frequent backing up or he might have done it too quickly.
When must you complete a driver’s daily log?
The regulations state that every driver must keep a record of duty (a logbook) every day unless you stay within a 100-mile radius from your office or return to the office within 12 hours. Filling out an hours of service log is not only a matter of Federal Law for truck drivers but also company policy.
Can truckers still use paper logs?
A year after the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) put electronic logging device regulations into effect, California troopers are warning truckers that their paper logs books will absolutely not be accepted any longer.
What is the 100 air mile rule?
Drivers must be done working within 12 consecutive hours. Drivers must remain within a 100 air-mile radius.
What are the new HOS Rules 2020?
The HOS Final Rule goes into effect starting on September 29, 2020, and not before. What’s Changing? 1). Short-Haul Exception: The short-haul exception maximum allowable workday is changing from 12 to 14 hours, and the distance the driver may operate is extending from a 100 air-mile radius to a 150 air-mile radius.
What happens if you violate hours of service?
If a driver is caught over their HOS, they may be placed out of service until the driver has spent enough time off duty in order to be back in compliance. Depending on the severity, the driver could also be assessed fines by both state and local law enforcement officials.
What are the most common hours of service violations?
Stopping Driving Beyond Time Violations Driving beyond the14-hour duty period is the most common violation when it comes to drivers going beyond their allotted time. Drivers are only allowed to drive a maximum of 11 hours a day and these hours must be within a 14-hour period from when they first come on duty.
What is the 70 hour rule?
What that means is, you’re not allowed to drive after you’ve been on duty 70 hours in any 8 consecutive days. Once you reach that 70 hour on duty status in any 8 consecutive day period, you can’t drive again until you drop below that 70 hour on duty limit.
How many days in a row can a CDL driver drive?
Can you split your 10 hour break?
The split sleeper berth rule allows a truck driver to extend a shift by splitting the required 10 consecutive hours of off-duty time into two shifts. This means that drivers can adjust their schedules for longer hauls or warehouse hours by “dropping in” a rest break to comply with driving hour limitations.
Can you go off duty while loading?
You can not log off duty unless you are away from the truck doing nothing work related. If they don’t want to be on duty they can only legally log sleeper while waiting to be loaded/unloaded but they can only log sleeper after the mandatory minimum amount of time has been logged for the loading/unloading.
Can I drive home on personal conveyance?
It’s fine for the driver to use personal conveyance to drive his or her truck home from the terminal or trailer drop lot once they’re off duty, Seidl says, but not from the shipper or receiver to your residence.
How long can you drive on personal conveyance?
The daily limit is up to 75 kilometers, almost 47 miles, for using a CMV for personal conveyance. In the United States, however, no limit is currently set. Obviously, traveling hundreds of miles isn’t going to be considered personal conveyance by a DOT inspector.
Can a CDL driver work more than 14 hours?
14-Hour Driving Window You are allowed a period of 14 consecutive hours in which to drive up to 11 hours after being off duty for 10 or more consecutive hours. The 14-consecutive-hour driving window begins when you start any kind of work.
Does sleeper berth count as off duty?
A driver may spend time in their sleeper berth to get some, or all, of the 10 consecutive hours of off-duty time. This period may be spent in the sleeper berth, off duty, or sleeper berth and off duty combined. It does count as part of the 14 hours. It does not matter which rest period a driver take first.
Is it safe to drive 14 hours straight?
Yes. 14 hours is very possible in 1 day. You probably won’t feel quite right the next day, but if you’re young, you’ll manage.
Does 8 hrs in the sleeper berth reset your 14?
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.
How many consecutive hours do I need off duty to reset my 14 hour window?
Can I drive after 8 hours off duty?
The 30-minute break provision says that a driver may not drive more than 8 hours without having a break from driving of at least 30 consecutive minutes. This interruption to driving may be spent off duty, in a sleeper berth, on duty, or using a combination of the two.
Can I drive after 8 hours sleep?
As under the 2003 rules, once you have completed two qualifying rest breaks that add up to 10 hours (one being at least 8 hours in a sleeper berth), you do not gain back a full 11 driving hours and 14 on-duty hours.
What is a 8 and 2 split?
With the 8/2 split, Seidl said a driver could drive for 6 hours and then take a 2-hour off-duty break and then drive for another 5 hours. At this point, the driver takes an 8-hour break in the sleeper berth. This time, taken in the sleeper, effectively stops the 14-hour clock.
How many hours can you drive without sleep?
For CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) holders driving commercial vehicles in the US, there are strict rules about how much you may drive and how long you can be on duty without a rest period. In short, depending on what you are carrying, you can drive 10 or 11 hours then must have a break of at least 10 hours.
Can you drive 11 hours in a day?
All jokes aside, federal law is specific about your driving time requirements. Here they are in a nutshell: 11 hours in one day – You can’t drive for more than 11 hours in one 14-hour period. After that, you have to stop and rest for at least 10 consecutive hours.
Can you drive 1000 miles in a day?
But 1000 miles is way too far for a solo driver in a single day. Its unlikely you could travel that distance safely in that timeframe, and even if you did, you’d still be feeling the effects by the time you’d try your climb.
How many miles can you drive in 11 hours?
Truckers are required to drive a maximum of 11 hours per day, according to the Hours of Service regulations of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. All things equal, a trucker will drive about 55 to 60 miles per hour. At the end of the 11-hour driving shift, this amounts to 605 to 650 miles per day.
Can you drive a car for 12 hours straight?
So the answer is NO, you can not damage a car by driving it 12 hours, or 24 hours, or even 7 days straight. You will be tired and likely need to stop for fuel more then once but the car will not be damaged.