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Mail Invoices to LogistiCare Billing Dept. 503 Oak Place Ste 503 Atlanta GA 30349 DAILY TRIP LOG Job A or B Recipient s Name A W S Per Trip Billed Amount Date of Service Total Trip Mileage Vehicle Number Last six of the VIN Will-Call Time DRIVER S NAME as it appears on driver s license Drop-off WEEK ENDING Pick-up KI BOIS Area Transit System - 9 Provider Name Recipient s Signature NOTE Leg of transport - a leg of transport is the point of pick-up to the destination. Example Picking recipient...
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Hi there smart drivers, Rick with Smart Drive Test talking to you today about the American log book and the information that goes around the American logbook. A couple of things you need to keep in mind: average speeds. If you get pulled into the weigh scale, you get pulled over by authorities, they're going to determine your average speed and potentially you could get a speeding ticket. You don't want to get a speeding ticket; you don't want to get a violation because if you do, unfortunately you're going to end up working the day for free. You don't want to work the day for free. So, we're going to show you how to correctly fill out the log book. We'll be right back with that information. [OPENING CREDITS & MUSIC] Hi there smart drivers, Rick with Smart Drive Test, talking today about filling out the information around the graph on the American log book. The first thing that you can see see here on the log sheet is the date. The date is fairly self-explanatory: month, day, year. As well, on this log sheet, there's a beginning and an end date. If you have several days off duty, you can put them all on one log sheet. So if you're off from the 14th to 21st of September, put 14 September 2016, in the top one, and then 21st September 2016 in the bottom one.As well, put a line all the way across Line #1, off-duty and write in big letters on the graph: 'OFF DUTY'. That way, authorities—if they look at your log sheet—will know that you had been off duty for several days consecutively. The next thing on the log sheet is the address of your home terminal. You can see the address here in the space for the address. There's two reasons that you need to put the address of your home terminal. First it's to determine if you do need a log book. They can figure out the address of your home terminal and determine if you are running farther than a hundred miles radius from that home terminal, and that you do in fact need a log book. If you are running less than a hundred miles, you don't need a log book, but the company is required to keep time sheets to determine the hours that you are running. Second, the address of your home terminal also determines the time zone that you're working. If you're working as a long haul truck driver out of California, and you run to New York, you're going cross three time zones. You need to keep your logbook according to the time zone in California where your home terminal is. So the home address also determines the time zone in which you working and authorities can then figure that out on your log sheet. So the timezone - always work in the time zone your home terminal. Employee number - some companies will have an employee number - other companies most of the time it'll just be the unit number for your truck or bus. Driver's name - your first name and your last name on the log sheet - print. Your co-drivers name. also if you have a co-driver. If you're running team, you need to put that on as well. Along the right side...