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 Medical certificates and self-certification.
Find out how to get an instruction permit for a commercial driver license.
See which drivers must keep their medical certificates on file with us, and how to self-certify.
Learn about the training you’ll need to get a CDL, and find an approved training school near you.
Find out how to register as an employer and issue an employer certification that an employee has the skills and training required to operate a commercial vehicle.
Learn how to get a CDL if you drive only for farming or agribusiness purposes.
Find out about waivers for commercial drivers who don’t meet minimum medical standards.
Learn about license disqualifications that can result from failing a drug or alcohol test.