Did you know that drivers using the 100-mile radius exemption and time records instead of logs can cross state lines and still claim the exemption?. That is because the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations apply to interstate commerce, so crossing the line does not affect the use of the 100-air-mile radius exemption.
Driver Exemption Log - Short-haul Operations
Meets the requirements of §395.1(e)
This is a simple, concise method of keeping track of hours worked for a four-month period for drivers who don't normally travel outside of a 100 air-mile radius and non-CDL drivers who don't normally travel outside a 150 air-mile radius from their home terminal.