CDL DOT Physical Exam
STEP 1. Fill out your health history using form. CLICK HERE FOR FORM MCSA-5875
STEP 2. Complete your DOT physical exam with a nationally registered doctor (MD, DO, DC, PA, APRN)
- We will review of medical history
- We will discuss special medical conditions, diagnosis, restrictions and medications
- Check height, weight, blood pressure, pulse rate, range of motion, neurological, breathing, eyes, ears
- urinalysis that checks for metabolic processes (ex. Diabetes, Kidney Disease) THIS IS NOT A DRUG TEST. A DRUG TEST IS NOT PART OF THE DOT EXAM
STEP 3. We complete your paperwork with certification period. This may vary on medical conditions. MAXIMUM CERTIFICATION PERIOD is 2 years. If qualified, you get a DOT medical certificate that you need to update with your state authority.
- You get 1 copy of the DOT physical long form for the company or yourself.
-Determination Pending-some driver's may have conditions that may need monitoring and or follow up before given a certificate. If the condition is not disqualifying, you may have time on your current DOT certificate to provide the additional information requested from the certified medical examiner. If you have time on your card, and you don't have an absolute disqualifying condition, you can continue to drive on an your existing certificate until it expires. You may be allowed 45 days to provide the documents requested. If the documents are not received after 45 days, a new exam must be performed.
This depends on the condition itself and if the medication impair your ability to safely operate a CMV. This document my help with medications and conditions. MCSA-5895
The medical examiner has the final say.
YES. Marijuana is a Schedule I drug and is disqualifying even if it legal in your state.