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Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Do I have to report my medical card to the DMV?
Q: How long is my medical card good for?
A: 2 years max if you are in good health.
Q: Do I get the medical card the same day?
A: Yes if you pass your physical.
Q: Do I need to bring any forms with me?
A: No we have all the forms.
Q: Do I need a drug test in addition to my DOT physical?
A: No only if your company request one.Watch A Video: DOT Physical Requirements for the CDL
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1. You must have 20/40 correctable vision in each eye. Glasses or contact lenses are acceptable
to correct a driver's vision.
2. Diabetes controlled through a diet or oral medication is permitted.
3. Your blood pressure must meet the following criteria:
Note: Prescription medication to control blood pressure is permitted.
Watch a Video: DOT Physical Requirements for the CDL
Appointments and Information
1627 E. Vine Street, Suite 102
Kissimmee, FL 34744
Other factors or conditions which could prevent you from obtaining the required DOT clearance include: sleep apnea, recent back injury, recent major surgery, a current hernia, or recent workmen's compensation claims. If you have questions about your medical health, please consult your physician before beginning the training program.
Every company has different needs, and our focus on DOT physical examinations equips our team to handle these specific issues that affect you and your job site. You can rely on us to take care of your valuable employees while remembering how important it is to return them to work quickly and safely.
DOT Physical Examination
4. Your blood sugar level must be under 200 for a finger stick test or under 10% for a A1C test.
5. Use of medications varies. Please see your physician, contact your local DOT office, or visit
6. If you have a current diagnosis of cardiac insufficiency, collapse, congestive cardiac failure
or any other cardiovascular disease you will be required to provide the Medical Examiner with
a stress test (needs to be performed within the last 12 months) along with a release from
your physician stating that you can drive a commercial motor vehicle without restrictions.
DOT Physical Examination
The Department of Transportation will require you to take and successfully pass a physical and provide proof with a ‘Medical Examiner’s Certificate’. Federal law requires CDL holders to receive periodic physical examinations, called a “Department of Transportation Medical Examination”, to ensure the ability of the driver to safely operate a commercial vehicle. Trucking companies and truck drivers typically refer to the ‘Medical Examiner’s Certificate’ as a ‘DOT medical card’. Please review all the physical requirements defined by the US Department of Transportation: