You are subject to driving and rest time regulations and should have a tachograph installed if:

  • the weight of the vehicle including trailer total exceeds 3500 kg.
  • You drive more than 100 km away from the company in the vehicle.

The most important rules in the driving and rest periods are as follows:

  • There must be no more than 4.5 hours without a break.
  • A minimum of 45 minute breaks must be held.
  • Maximum 9 hours a day should be driven.

– Exception: 2 days a week, 10 hours must be run daily.

  • You must have at most 6 driving periods per. Weekly (Monday from 00:00 to Sunday at 24:00).
  • Total driving time per. week must not exceed 56 hours and no more than 90 driving hours over 2 consecutive weeks.
  • Keep at least 11 hours of daily rest (Regular rest).

– Exception: 3 times between two weeks of rest, 9 hours can be reached (reduced rest).

  • Hold 45 hours of continuous weekly rest.

– Exception: Every other week you can reduce the rest of the week to 24 hours.

– The rest of the rest of the hours must be compensated for a daily rest within the next 3 weeks.

  • Stop the rest time by train / ferry.
  • A regular rest period (at least 11 hours) can be interrupted 2 times when traveling by ferry or train.
  • Deviations from the applicable rules, eg by delays, must be noted on a print from the tachograph.

The Danish authorities also require data from driver cards to be read out:

  • Minimum every 21 calendar days.
  • When a driver’s license is close to expiring.
  • When a driver has to stop in the company.

And that data from the tachograph is being read out:

  • Minimum every 60th calendar day.
  • In case of malfunction or breakdown.
  • When a vehicle is decomissioned or sold.

The read data must be saved for 1 year.

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