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Free Shipping2-In-1 Duplicate Driver's Daily Logbooks - DDL

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Price: $ 183.30


Top Features:

  • 100 Books of 31 DDL & 31 Copies
  • Detachable Simplified Daily Vehicle Inspection Report
  • Monthly Log Summary for 60 Hour-7 Day & for 70 Hour-8 Day
  • Instructions for Driver's Record of Duty Status
  • Helps Satisfy 49 CFR Sections 395.8, 396.11 & 396.13

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JJ Keller - 2 in 1 Duplicate DDL -  615-L

JJ Keller 2-In-1 Duplicate Driver's Daily Logbooks - 615-L



  •  Availability:
  •  In Stock
  •  Weight:
  •  30 lbs./box
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  •  Free
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  •  Free
  •  Manufacturer:
  •  JJ Keller
  •  Model No.:
  •  615-L
  •  Dimension:
  •  8 1/4" W
  •  Height:
  •  8 1/2" H
  •  Returns:
  •  30 days w/15% Restocking Fee & $20 Partial Shipping Reimbursement.



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Includes:

  • Driver's Daily Vehicle Inspection Report (Detachable)
  •  Monthly Log Summaries
  •  Instructions for Driver's Record of Duty Status
  •  Method for Completing Duty Status Record
  •  Sample Grid for Recording Duty Status
  •  Carbon Paper Sheets
  •  1 Box of 100 Books
  •  Free Shipping for Online Orders ONLY.

JJ Keller's 2-In-1 Duplicate Driver's Daily Logbooks (DDL), include a Simplified Vehicle Inspection report on the bottom section, reducing the total cost of FMCSA's logging requirements. The VIRs can be detached for storing separately.

Except for a private motor carrier of passengers (nonbusiness), every motor carrier shall require every driver used by the motor carrier to record his/her duty status for each 24 hour period  Source: DOT FMCSA § 395.8 Driver's record of duty status.
Every motor carrier shall require its drivers to report, and every driver shall prepare a report in writing at the completion of each day's work on each vehicle operated. Source: DOT FMCSA § 396.11 Driver's vehicle inspection reports.
Before driving a motor vehicle, the driver shall: (a) Be satisfied that the motor vehicle is in safe operating condition; (b) Review the last driver vehicle inspection report; and (c) Sign the report, only if defects or deficiencies were noted by the driver who prepared the report, to acknowledge that the driver has reviewed it and that there is a certification that the required repairs have been performed. Source: DOT FMCSA § 396.13 Driver inspection.