As of the first of May there will no longer be a code 28/29 10 min break. The memo says you should take a 10 min break but don't use the codes. It also goes on to say that if you can't take a 10 min break you should let your manager know via an approved FedEx communication device such as a power pad. This will have a minimal effect on an RTD or CSA, but for you DGO drivers out their you guys just saw a small bump in you stops per hour. Since you are no longer coding a 10 min break per 4 hours you will not show this break, instead it will show that you had no productivity during this time. How much do you want to bet that the managers will be pushing the station engineer for a change in your stops per hour within 6 months of this.