19:9-1.20 Failure to keep Records Turnpike
(a) Any operator of a commercial motor vehicle, omnibus, or tractor in interstate commerce upon the Roadway shall keep records showing the day and hour when, and the place where, the operator went on and off duty. The operator's records must reflect the current duty status of the operator upon entering the Roadway.
(b) Records showing the day and hour when, and the place where, the operator went on duty and was not released from duty are not needed, provided:
1. The operator does not operate beyond a 100 air-mile radius of the normal work reporting location;
2. The operator, except a driver salesperson, returns to the work reporting location and is released from work within 12 consecutive hours;
3. At least eight consecutive hours off duty separate each 12 hours on duty;
4. The operator does not exceed 10 hours maximum driving time following eight consecutive hours off duty; and
5. The motor carrier which employs the operator maintains and retains for a period of six months accurate and true time records showing:
i. The total number of hours the operator is on duty each day;
ii. The time the operator reports for duty each day;
iii. The time the operator is released from duty each day; and
iv. The total on-duty time for the preceding seven days for operators used for the first time or intermittently.