What To Bring to a DOT Physical Exam

Please bring the following: A picture ID (driver’s license, passport, etc.) Your current medical certificate (wallet card) if you have one currently.  List of all your Medications, dosages and prescribing doctors name and contact information. Some drugs such as prescribed amphetamines like Adderall (Generic Name: amphetamine and dextroamphetamine) for ADHD and others need a letter from doctor saying your treatment …

How do I report my DOT medical certificate to Florida Driver’s License Office

How do I report my DOT medical certificate to Florida Driver’s License Office? DOT Physicals for $59 Florida requires that you submit your DOT medical certificate information to the State driver’s license office.  This can be done by going to a SMV office or online at the link below within 15 days after receiving your certificate.   Florida’s CDL Self-Certification System allows Commercial …

Frequently Asked DOT Physical Questions

DOT Physicals for $59 What’s the difference between a DOT Doctor and a Medical Examiner? There is no difference, these terms are used interchangeably. The terms Medical Examiner, Certified Medical Examiner, and CME are now being used more often than DOT Doctor because of the new federal regulation that was effective May 21, 2014. Starting on May 21, 2014 you …

DOT Medical Examiner’s Certificate

DOT Physicals for $59 Department Of Transportation (DOT) Medical Examiner’s Certificate (Click to view in a new tab.) DOT Medical Examiner’s Certificate If the medical examiner finds that the person he/she examined is physically qualified to drive a commercial motor vehicle (CMV), the medical examiner will complete a Medical Examiner’s Certificate and give the original to the person who was examined. …

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DOT Physicals for $59

All medical examiners performing DOT physicals must be trained and certified by the FMCSA. Why did the FMCSA regulations change? Driving a commercial motor vehicle means long, hard hours on the road. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has updated the Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations to better reflect the physical demands drivers face and to help them be …