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By Warwick William Wroth

This Elibron Classics variation is a facsimile reprint of a 1889 variation by means of Longmans & Co., London.

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Their shifts ended; they did not have the opportunity to do more work. SandHaul differed from every other small. highly competitive trucking company I knew of in that it demanded observance of the fifty-five miles an hour speed limit and used tachographs to enforce this rule. even though most California Highway Patrol officers allow trucks to travel fifty-nine in a fifty-five miles-anhour zone without citing them for speeding. " In effect. SandHaul's owner had constructed an incentive system that encouraged drivers to work as fast as possible and then checked this inclination by monitoring speed.

But they were restrained by a tachograph-enforced speed limit of fifty-five: PetroHaul drivers had no limits on their pace of work. but hourly pay and fifteen-hour shifts meant that they gained little or nothing by hurrying. Given that PetroHaul drivers were easily able to explain delays that appeared on their tachographs. they might be expected to exert comparatively little effort. Trucking companies. in their competition with one another and with railroads (almost all the products carried by SandHaul and AgriHaul, and most "dirty" products at PetroHaul, were loaded and unloaded near or on rail spurs), need to offer fast.

Tachographs record onto graph paper a truck's speed and mileage, the revolutions per minute at which the engine is operated, and the times the truck is started, operated, stopped, and shut off. Despite these measures, it is difficult to tell from a tachograph chart where the truck has been driven or its location during any particular time period (a driver might take a different route than the one he claimed), the level of skill with which the The Organization of Work 25 truck has been operated other than shifting and driving at the correct engine speed, or the veracity of a driver's explanations for recorded deviations (drivers can cover unauthorized breaks by claiming that equipment problems forced them to stop).

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