Little Falls Integrated physical medicine offering DOT/cdl physicals for $80
Same day physical testing and certificate issuance
You are required to have a DOT/cdl physical if you:
Operate a motor vehicle weighing 10,001 pounds or more in interstate commerce.
Operate a motor vehicle designed or used to transport more than 15 passengers in interstate commerce.
Operate a motor vehicle designed or used to transport between 9 to 15 passengers, for direct compensation, beyond 75 air miles from your regular work-reporting location, in interstate commerce.
Transport hazardous materials in quantities requiring placards, in interstate commerce.
Health Requirements for maintaining a cdl license:
Drivers must have 20/40 correctable vision in each eye. Glasses or contact lenses are permitted.
Drivers cannot be a diabetic on needle-injected insulin unless accompanied by a waiver by endocrinologist; diabetes controlled through a diet or oral medication is permitted.
A driver’s blood pressure must be under 140/90. Prescription medication to control blood pressure is permitted but has limitations of at least one year.
Use of a Schedule 1 drug, amphetamine, narcotic or any other habit forming drug is not permitted.
If a driver has a current diagnosis of cardiac insufficiency, collapse, congestive cardiac failure or any other cardiovascular disease, he/she will be required to provide the Medical Examiner with a stress test (performed within the last 12 months) along with a release from the driver’s physician stating that he/she can drive a commercial motor vehicle without restrictions.
The Department of Transportation also requires clearance for drivers that have been diagnosed with the following conditions: sleep apnea, recent back injury, recent major surgery, a current hernia, or have had recent workers’ compensation claims.