By  on December 18, 2007

WASHINGTON — Retailers stocking store shelves for holiday got a gift from federal regulators last week who upheld existing limits on commercial truck drivers' hours behind the wheel after a federal court said the time period should be cut.

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, a division of the Department of Transportation, issued an interim ruling on Dec. 11 that maintains the existing limit of 11 consecutive hours and then 10 hours of rest.

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