New regulations require all commercial driver license (CDL) holders who operate for interstate commerce to keep their current medical examiner’s certificates on file with us. To confirm who has to keep a medical certificate on file, all CDL holders must self-certify in person between January 30, 2012 and January 30, 2014.
To learn more about these new requirements and how to self-certify, see:
Find out if you need a CDL to drive your commercial vehicle.
Learn about the different classes of CDLs, and when you need to have a special endorsement on your CDL.
Find out about instruction permits, self-certification, training, employer registration, agribusiness requirements, medical exams, and drug testing required to get a new CDL.
Learn about the knowledge and skills tests you must pass before getting a CDL, and prepare with a practice knowledge test.
Learn how to renew or update a CDL.
If you have a valid CDL from another state, find out what you need to do to transfer it to Washington State.
Find out how to become an approved CDL training provide and issue training certificates to students.
Learn about CDL suspensions and what to do if your CDL is suspended or revoked.
Learn about what to do to reinstate your basic driver license and CDL.
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