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The 100 Air Mile Radius Driver's Exemption Logbooks are for driver's who drive within a 100 Air Mile Radius. The term "Air Mile" is defined internationally as a "Nautical Mile". A "Nautical Mile" is equivalent to 6,076 feet (1,852 meters). 100 Air Miles are equivalent to 115.08 Statute Miles (185.2 KM).
Simply said, they are basically designed for CDL drivers who normally would not travel outside of a 100 air-mile radius and also for and non-CDL drivers who would not normally travel outside of a 150 air-mile radius from their home terminal
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A driver is exempt from the requirements of § 395.8 if:
(i) The driver operates within a 100 air-mile radius of the normal work reporting location;
(ii) The driver, except a driver-salesperson, returns to the work reporting location and is released from work within 12 consecutive hours;
(iii)(A) A property-carrying commercial motor vehicle driver has at least 10 consecutive hours off duty separating each 12 hours on duty; Code of Federal Regulations 479
(B) A passenger-carrying commercial motor vehicle driver has at least 8 consecutive hours off duty separating each 12 hours on duty;
(iv)(A) A property-carrying commercial motor vehicle driver does not exceed the maximum driving time specified in §395.3(a)(3) following 10 consecutive hours off duty; or
(B) A passenger-carrying commercial motor vehicle driver does not exceed 10 hours maximum driving time following 8 consecutive hours off duty; and
(v) The motor carrier that employs the driver maintains and retains for a period of 6 months accurate and true time records showing:
(A) The time the driver reports for duty each day;
(B) The total number of hours the driver is on duty each day;
(C) The time the driver is released from duty each day; and
(D) The total time for the preceding 7 days in accordance with §395.8(j)(2) for drivers used for the first time or intermittently.
Source: DOT FMCSA.