Being asked recently about the denotation of the 24-hour period, in the context of tachograph legislation. There is some guidance from the European Commission which is aimed at enforcement officials but is a useful reference point on the meaning of 'each period of 24 hour's.
JUNE 2019 will see the biggest change in tachograph regulation in more than 12 years - the mandatory introduction of 'smart tachographs' in all new vehicles. With many improvements, such as satellite positioning data and increased security, the new devices are
EU DRIVER'S HOURS RULES - LIMITS FOR DRIVERS OF GOODS VEHICLES OVER 3.5 TONNES GVW
Within Great Britain (GB), either GB domestic or EU rules may apply. For international journeys, either the EU rules or the European Agreement Concerning the Work of Crews of Vehicles Engaged in International Road Transport (AETR) may apply.
From 15 June 2019, smart tachographs are to be made mandatory for new vehicles. The new Annex 1C compliant tacho aims to reduce administrative processes and digital tachograph tampering.