Okay drivers need some clarification, on a basic subject. I looked this up and it’s seems to be at least to me, unclear wether an inspector has to give a driver time to get current, cought up the time he or she stops the coach to do a DOT inspection. Does the inspector have to give you any time at all. Like five, ten, twenty minutes. Or is this totally left to the inspectors’ discretion. I was given a violation for not being current, my log was started in the morning of that day but did not have a line drawn across to the point at my destination and place of the DOT inspection ( same place) . I said how can I be current if you didn’t give me time to get cought up the time I pulled into the parking lot. He said I don’t have to give you time. He asked for log book as I pulled into parking lot to unload passengers, as I was unloading .I appealed this with Pa. State Police office , nothing happened. I guess don’t give them your log book until your current, but then they’ll say your not being compliant. Damned if you do Damned if you don’t. What’s do you think. It’s all in who or how you interpret the law.