The Hours of Service (HOS) tab lists additional information about the driver who is involved in the incident.
Icons indicate the driver's duty status at the time of the incident.
|The driver is driving.|
|The driver is on duty but not driving.|
|The driver is off duty.|
|The driver is in the sleeper berth.|
|The driver is in off-duty driving status, typically used when a driver takes the company vehicle home after the workday.|
Icons depict whether or not the logs have been edited. The status icon changes when the driver sends a status change in via the in-cab mobile unit.
|The driver log has been edited..|
|The driver log has not been edited.|
|The driver log has been confirmed.|
|The driver log has not been confirmed.|
|There has been a sensor failure.|
|There has not been a sensor failure|
A summary of how much time a driver has left before violating specified Hours of Service rules. If the driver is actively driving, negative values show that the driver violated the rule by the number of hours and minutes shown. If the driver is not driving, negative values mean the driver is out of time on that clock. 10h52 is read as 10 hours and 52 minutes.
If applicable, the co-driver's first and last names.
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