This morning, a federal appeals court overturned the hours-of-service provision that required “short-haul” drivers to take a 30-minute break if driving after 8 hours on duty. Short-haul drivers are specifically referenced in the court judgment as drivers who use the 150 air-mile radius provision — FMCSR 395.1(e)(2) — and are exempt from completing a logbook. Accordingly, effective immediately, drivers who provide service in our P&D and FedEx Home Delivery operations — and who use the 150 air-mile radius provision — are no longer required to take the 30-minute break. The court upheld the 30-minute break for all other CMV drivers, and upheld the other hours-of-service rules that went into effect July 1. Therefore, the 30-minute break is still in effect for drivers who provide service in our Linehaul operation, as well as for drivers in our P&D operation who do not use the 150 air-mile radius exemption; and the new 34-hour restart provisions are still in effect for all drivers. In addition, any rest break that is enforced by individual states, independent of the federal regulations, would still be in effect.