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Hi there, Rick with Smart Drive test talking to you today about log books and the information that goes on the log book sheets to keep you in compliance with hours of service regulations, in Canada. This is a fundamental course on log books showing you how to fill in the log sheet correctly so that you don't get a fine, and you don't end up working for free! We'll be right back to show you how NOT to work for free! Opening credits and music. You have to keep a log book if you are operating beyond a hundred and sixty kilometers of your home terminal. This video will show you how to fill in the fundamental information around your log sheet so that you are in compliance with hours of service regulations. The first piece that you need to fill in: the starting and ending odometer so that you know the total distance that you drove during the day. In Canada, it's going to be in kilometers, in the United States it's going to be in miles. If you are audited by the authorities or pulled into a scale, the first thing that the authorities are gonna do, is they're gonna take your total distance for the day, the number of hours that you drove for that day, divide the total distance by the hours, and figure out an average speed. If you're operating in the mountains, your speed should be in the mid-seventies; approximately 70-75 kilometers an hour. If you're operating on the flat it can be higher: probably 80-85 kilometers an hour is an average speed. You could potentially get a speeding ticket from your log sheet, so make sure that your average speed for the day is within those ranges. The second piece of information that you need to fill out, the date. On this form that I'm using for the log book sheet, it's day, month, year. It's self explanatory. On the log sheet you can see a space for the truck and trailer unit number. Commercial driving industry - all of the buses and trucks will have a unit number on them. Fill in the unit number on this space - it's the unit that you're driving. The trailer, the unit number will be on the front of the trailer or on the rear or both. Most of the time it's both. If there is not a unit number on the vehicle which you're driving use the license plate number. Put the license plate number in the space for unit number for truck and trailer. As you can see in the trailer there's spaces for several trailers. On this form it's four - the reason is, is that many drivers operating truck and trailer will pull multiple trailers during the day, so there's space there to put one, two, three, four trailers that you may pull. On the log sheet is Cycle #1, Cycle #2. In Canada operate on Cycle #1. There's no benefit to operating on Cycle #2. The reason I say that is because before you accumulate 70 hours on duty in Cycle #2, you must take 24 hours off-duty. If your gonna take 24 off-duty, you might as well take another 12 and reset Cycle #1. So there's no advantage to running Cycle #2 - just run Cycle #1 - check the appropriate box. The...