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With the passage of AB 2610, commercial drivers transporting feed to customers in rural areas will be permitted to deviate from standard California meal break laws. Generally, employers must provide 30-minute meal breaks for employees who work more than 5 hours a day.

AB 2610 will allow commercial feed drivers to work up to 6 hours before taking the required meal break if the driver’s regular pay rate is no less than 1 1/2 times California’s minimum wage, and the driver receives overtime compensation.

For more information about AB 2610, check out the California Legislative Information website.

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