Lee Majors Film

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Andrew W.'s Comment
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I am an Artic driver in UK, On my Facebook feed it came up with a film that Lee Majors was in, A Semi driver was on his break and refused to move, the Majors character got in a vehicle and tipped the trailer over. Was/is the Semi driver in his rights NOT to move when he is on his break. In the UK you do not move when on a break. The ones on the forum say that he should have moved. I know it is only a film, but what is right here? Can he be forced to move or not?

PJ's Comment
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Is he legally parked??

Is he on private property that is not strictly held open for truck parking??

Is it law enforcement telling him to move??

There is a provision in our hours of service where a driver can under limited circumstances move the truck while on break.

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