$95 DOT/CDL Physicals

Sometimes referred to as a “DOT medical card” or “CDL physical”, DOT Exams will include a review of the driver’s health history, vital signs, and physical exam by a certified medical examiner.

As mandated, the exam includes:

  • General appearance
  • Extremities
  • Lungs and chest
  • Heart
  • Eyes and ears
  • Mouth and throat
  • Nervous System
  • Back and Spine

Upon completion, the provider will report the results to the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (NRCME). Certified drivers will receive a copy of the medical examiner’s certificate, or a “DOT medical card”.

A number of factors determine how long a driver can be certified. Drivers can be certified for a maximum of 2 years. Certain conditions can result in disqualification. All decisions are made following federal regulations. Payment is required prior to the exam and is non-refundable if a disqualifying condition is discovered.