I'm starting to see why our country is in the gutter. Can't agree to anything.All these answers and none of them really answer the original question. THE ORIGINAL QUESTION WAS is there a set speed limit on your log book before you are written up? It is 62 mph hour at National. We don't care what your trip sheet says. Ours say the same thing. Here the example again that will get you wrote up. I run a 235 mile run each way, which only takes 3hrs and 45 min to run. If you log it that way,you are over the 62mph log book rule. It comes out to 62.3mph so you have to log it 4hrs to stay under the 62 mph. So you have to waste another 15min at the end of the trip to catch your log. Then sit another 15min before you start so your not back to soon for your log not trip sheet. Then another 30 min for mandatory lunch and 15min pretrip.So that totals to 1 hr and 15min down time everyday for those who cant add . Now we do away with the rule I can log it at 62.3 mph. So you see the .3 mph gets us written up at National and cost us alot of extra down time. So if Freight we can log that same run at 3hrs and 45 min at a 62.3mph and no write up everything is fine thats what Breeze and I are both asking. So put you trip sheet theory aside for this. This is strictly a log book Question. No one is trying to get over on something or run hot. Just don't like the extra ass time that is unnecessary for .3mph.