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.
You must visit a driver licensing office to self-certify or change your self-certification status. Mailed in forms are not accepted.
To learn more about these new requirements and how to self-certify, see:
Find out what class of CDL is required to drive each type of commercial vehicle.
There are 6 endorsements and restrictions for CDLs. Find out if you need one.
Learn about requirements for transporting hazardous materials, and how to get your hazmat endorsement.