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Our professional, multi-lingual drivers and other staff members are at your service and they ensure you a successful experience from start to finish. Our drivers serve you in Finnish, English, Swedish, German, Russian and Estonian.

How about a cup of coffee and a breakfast when hopping on? From us you can order tasty snacks and refreshments for your trip. We will also assist you with hotel and restaurant bookings for longer trips if necessary.  Don’t hesitate to ask us more!

Driving time and rest periods

Please note these when pre-planning your trip.

Driving time 9 hours

The daily driving time shall not exceed nine hours. However, the daily driving time may be extended to at most 10 hours not more than twice during the week. The daily driving time is the time between the end of one daily rest period and the beginning of the following daily rest period, or between a daily rest period and a weekly rest period. Driving time consists of all the time when the vehicle is mobile in traffic. Breaks, waiting times, loading and unloading times, and repair and maintenance times are not driving time, regardless of whether these take place on the road or elsewhere. The weekly driving time shall not exceed 56 hours. The total accumulated driving time during any two consecutive weeks shall not exceed 90 hours. A ‘week’ means the period of time between 00.00 on Monday and 24.00 on Sunday.

Break 45 minutes

After a driving period of four and a half hours, a driver shall take an uninterrupted break of not less than 45 minutes, unless his/her daily rest period or weekly rest period begins. The break may be taken in two parts: the break may be replaced by a break of at least 15 minutes followed by a break of at least 30 minutes. The second part of the break must be taken so that the combined driving time does not exceed four and a half hours before the second part of the break begins. No other work may be done during the break. The break is intended for resting. In the case of multimanning, a driver may take a break while the vehicle is in motion. After a break of at least 45 minutes, whether taken in one or two parts, the driving time accumulation begins again, and no previous driving periods or breaks are taken into account. Note that under the Finnish Working Hours Act, the driver of a motor vehicle must have a break of at least 30 minutes, in one or two parts, per each work period of five hours and 30 minutes. A work period is defined as consisting of both driving time and other work.

Daily rest period 11 hours

The daily rest period must be uninterrupted and at least 11 hours long per each 24-hour period. The period of availability, meaning the driving time, other working time, waiting time and breaks combined, may be no more than 13 hours. Between two weekly rest periods, a driver may have no more than three reduced rest periods of at least nine hours. This reduction does not need to be compensated with free time. The period of availability may be no more than 15 hours. A daily rest period that is not a reduced daily rest period may be divided into no more than two periods, the first at least three hours and the other at least nine hours. A new 24-hour period begins when the daily rest period ends. During trips that last more than seven (7) full days the driver must be able to have a full 24 hour break without any interruptions.