The below map is a guideline for our customers for planning container arrival. The Georgia Ports Authority allows drivers to enter between 6 am and 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. Most clients request container arrival during morning hours so containers are pulled from the pier one business day before delivery. US Department of Transportation rules allow us to drive no more than 11 hours in a 24 hour period and to work no more than 14 hours in a 24 hour period. Drivers are required to take a 30 minute break within the first 8 hours on duty. Unloading, loading, fueling, pre-trip inspections, post-trip inspections and time spent dealing with tires and mechanical issues count toward on-duty time for drivers. Drivers are required to have a 34 hour rest period within each 7 day work week. Due to DOT regulations, we do not guarantee that containers will be returned to the pier the same day they are delivered as drivers may encounter traffic delays or mechanical issues. In most cases, containers will be out of the port for all of the following 1) one business day for pre-pull from the port, 2) one business day for every 500 miles traveled, 3) one business day for return transit to the pier. Chassis rental over the weekend is not free so Monday or Friday deliveries will result in weekend chassis rental in most cases. Delivery is subject to availability and volumes. Pre-pull for last free day when not planned for delivery the following business day or exports loaded prior to first return at the port may result in additional days of chassis rental. We schedule shipments in order of release from the port with focus on containers with the least amount of free time taking priority. All shipments will incur a per calendar day chassis rental fee unless using Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC), Turkon (TUR) or Evergreen (EVE). We do provide private chassis at the same rate as pool provided chassis with the exception of special equipment like triaxles.