Learn the latest requirements.
New Requirement for Medical Certification
WHAT THIS MEANS FOR YOU
If you are a CDL holder, you must determine whether you operate in interstate (crossing state lines) or intrastate (do not cross state lines) commerce, and are excepted or non-excepted from either Federal or State requirements.
You must certify to your SDLA that you fall into one of the four operation categories listed below:
1. Interstate non-excepted: You must meet the Federal DOT medical card requirements.
2. Interstate excepted: You do not have to meet the Federal DOT medical card requirements.
3. Intrastate non-excepted: You are required to meet the medical requirements for your State.
4. Intrastate excepted: You do not have to meet the medical requirements for your State.
State driver licensing agencies, SDLAs, will now be adding your medical self-certification status and the information from your medical examiner's certificate to your Commercial driver's license system, CDLIS record.
Read and understand the minimum requirements to apply.
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High school diploma or GED (Proof required)
Minimum of 4 years Driving CDL A Truck (Proof required)
Clean driving record
Willing to complete required number of hours of instructor training
Able to teach students via a curriculum
Willing to take written instructor exam with the registry
Able to pass the DOT Drug Screen
Able to adhere to difficult climate with regard to weather
Be patient and cooperative