DOT (Department of Transportation) examinations are required by federal law and detect the presence of physical, mental, and emotional issues that could affect a driver’s ability to work safely. New regulations require that a driver pass all DOT physical requirements in order to receive their CDL medical card. These physicals will be completed by our nationally certified DOT provider.
DOT physical exam include:
- Past or recent illnesses and injuries (including head and brain injuries)
- Vision acuity
- Hearing disorders
- Heart disorders
- High blood pressure
- Muscular weakness or disease
- Respiratory problems
- Lung, kidney, liver, and nervous system health
You must meet all of the health requirements in order to pass your DOT physical exam.