*Care provided to 18 years of age and older
Drivers that operate:
a. the vehicle used for commercial purposes that has a manufacturer's gross vehicle weight rating or combination weight rating more than 10,000 pounds;
b. the vehicle Is designed to transport 16 or more passengers, including the driver;
c. the vehicle used to transport hazardous materials.
In a healthy driver, the DOT medical certification lasts for 2 years. Drivers with chronic disease may need more frequent physical examinations.
Yes. DOT and CDL physicals covered by medical insurances.
If you do not have a medical insurance the physical exam is $100(credit)…$88(cash).
A brief review of the health history is usually included on the DOT/CDL physical examination. The history taking is followed by thorough physical examination of all body systems (skin, heart, lung, abdominal organs, lymph nodes, etc).
Vision test: visual acuity and color vision will be tested (bring your glasses)
Urine test for diabetes
ECG (heart test) for people with heart problems only.
Yes. If our doctor finds that you are physically qualified to drive a commercial motor vehicle (CMV), the doctor will sign you certificate that you have to hand in at DMV.
This is the form that is going to be filled out during the examination http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/documents/safetyprograms/medical-Report.pdf
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