49 CFR 393.76 - Sleeper berths

Cite as:49 CFR 393.76
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  • 814 F.3d 417 (6th Cir. 2016), 15-1624, Haines v. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Admin.
    • United States
    • Federal Cases United States Courts of Appeals Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
    • February 18, 2016
    ...use the bus's luggage compartment as a sleeper area without additional approval if he complied with the applicable regulation. See 49 C.F.R. § 393.76. Page On May 29, 2011, Haines permitted some of his family members to ride in the sleeper area while the bus was in motion. An unidentified i......
  • Department of Transportation, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration,
    • United States
    • Federal Register May 02, 2000
    • May 2, 2000
    ...(CHP) believes Wylie et al. (1996) suggest that sleeping facilities, other than sleeper-berth equipment meeting the requirements of 49 CFR 393.76, would make enforcement difficult by requiring officers to determine whether alternate locations qualify as adequate sleep/rest locations. The AH......
  • Haines v. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association, 042715 MIEDC, 14-cv-14438
    • United States
    • Federal Cases United States District Courts 6th Circuit Eastern District of Michigan
    • April 27, 2015
    ...two of Haines's buses were equipped with sleeper berths in the buses' luggage compartments that did not conform to the requirements of 49 C.F.R. § 393.76. Specifically, the investigator cited Haines - using a sleeper berth that does not allow an occupant's direct and ready exit, 49 C.F.R. §......
  • Separate Parts In This Issue Part II Transportation Department, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration,
    • United States
    • Federal Register April 28, 2003
    • April 28, 2003
    ...a driver to accumulate the required eight (otherwise consecutive) hours off-duty in a sleeper berth (that meets the requirements of 49 CFR 393.76) in two periods totaling at least eight hours, neither period being less than two Studies on the sleeper berth issue have generally found that, f......
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  • 814 F.3d 417 (6th Cir. 2016), 15-1624, Haines v. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Admin.
    • United States
    • Federal Cases United States Courts of Appeals Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
    • February 18, 2016
    ...use the bus's luggage compartment as a sleeper area without additional approval if he complied with the applicable regulation. See 49 C.F.R. § 393.76. Page On May 29, 2011, Haines permitted some of his family members to ride in the sleeper area while the bus was in motion. An unidentified i......
  • Haines v. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association, 042715 MIEDC, 14-cv-14438
    • United States
    • Federal Cases United States District Courts 6th Circuit Eastern District of Michigan
    • April 27, 2015
    ...two of Haines's buses were equipped with sleeper berths in the buses' luggage compartments that did not conform to the requirements of 49 C.F.R. § 393.76. Specifically, the investigator cited Haines - using a sleeper berth that does not allow an occupant's direct and ready exit, 49 C.F.R. §......
  • 363 F.3d 788 (8th Cir. 2004), 03-2321, United States v. Mendoza-Gonzalez
    • United States
    • Federal Cases United States Courts of Appeals Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit
    • April 13, 2004
    ...the sleeper area to make sure that it contained a mattress, bed linens, safety equipment, and occupant restraints as required by 49 C.F.R. § 393.76. Upon initial inspection he was unable to see any occupant restraint on top of the mattress. He lifted the mattress to see if the restraint was......
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