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4 hours per day
An occasional driver should only drive as many occasional miles as he might occasionally want to drive. . The term Occasional driver is not indicative of how many miles they …might drive but rather how often they may drive, there is no specific legal definition for an occasional driver. Most Insurers develop there own guidelines to determine if some fits the definition of an occasional driver. . Generally an occasional driver would drive your vehicle no more than a few times a year. If they drive regularly once a week or regularly once a month, or once every 6 weeks, then they are a regular driver. . By the very definition of the term, an occasional driver would not know how often they are going to drive. Any type of planned or scheduled use would define them as a regular driver.
13, 476 miles a year. according to the US Department of transportation the answer is 16,500 miles average for men and 10,142 for women. .
The average American will drive 33.4 miles a day.
The national average miles driven by a European driver each year is close to 12,000. This is based on information gathered through insurance companies and used sales deale…rs throughout various areas of Europe.
you can find your answer by stopping at any truck stop and looking at their job books=i think you will find that experience pays more than inexperienced 1 to three years… .28 to .33 and so on.
3,000 somthing like that
I drive approx. 80,000 km/year and I do only local
When a trucker drives 2388 miles from Detroit to Los Angeles the trucker estimates driving 9 hours per day for about 4 days what is his average speed?
There are numerous exceptions to the regulations which may apply, but in general, the law calls for a limit of 11 hours in a single day of actual driving time and no more then… 60 driving hours in any week. (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, Section 395.3 (a) (1) governs these operating rules.)
When they start their pretrip, they have a running 14 hours from that point to do their driving. Within that time period, they can drive up to 11 hours before being required t…o take a mandatory 10 hour break.
about 100,000 + miles either a little over or a little under - - I do not know who wrote these answers but according to the US Department of transportation the correct ans…wer is 16,500 miles average for men and 10,142 for women.
No statistics on this available. While it might be possible to get a rough estimate of how many CDL holders there were, it doesn't indicate how many of them remain employed as… such. In addition, no statistics are collected for trucks not requiring a CDL, such as single vehicles under 26,000 GVWR, registered farm vehicles, etc.
Typically, four to eight, all things dependent.
8 hours at 50mph the whole time no stopping or getting slower or getting faster.
around about 240000 to 300000km
Not an answerable question, Many Many HEB agencies and companies.