We offer convenient, affordable DOT/DMV Physical Examinations for commercial drivers. Federal regulations guided by USDOT require everyone pursuing a commercial divers license to pass a series of physical qualifications. A Certified Medical Examiner must administer these tests before an applicant can be considered for a license.
All drivers need to bring a complete list of their medications, including the doses and their doctor’s names and addresses. To ensure a fast and smooth exam, please bring all pertinent documents for any of the conditions below:
|Medications||Varies||See physician, Visit www.fmcsa.dot.gov for more information|
|Psychiatric Medications||Needs Clearance from Prescribers||Needs Clearance from Prescribers|
|Blood Pressure||140-159 / 90-99 =1 Year Certificate
160-179 / 100-109 = 3-month certificate
>180/110 = Disqualifying
Your Blood Pressure must be within normal ranges at the time of examination even if under PCP maintenance.
|You will be required to bring a letter from your PCP, stating that you are under care and clear to drive.|
|Diabetes||No needle injected insulin||Oral Medications are allowed. You will be required to bring a letter from your PCP, stating that you are under care and clear to drive|
|Blood Sugar||A1C Test 10% (Bring most recent Lab Results with you)||Oral Medications are allowed. You will be required to bring a letter from your PCP, stating that you are under care and clear to drive|
|Cardiac Issues||No current diagnosis of cardiac insufficiency, collapse, congestive failure, or any other cardiac disease.||If you’ve had previous cardiac conditions, you will be required to have an annual stress test and release from your PCP or Cardiologist.|
|Sleep Apnea||If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you must demonstrate it is under control||Must have and annual Sleep Study (within 12 months) and a release form you PCP.|
|Vision||20/40 Correctable in each eye||Eyeglasses or contacts are permitted to correct vision.|
|Hearing||Hear a forced whisper from more that 5 feet away in at least 1 ear.||Hearing aids are allowed to meet requirements.|