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Old 01-20-2014, 03:05 PM
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Originally Posted by whiffyspark View Post
No. Usdot just needs medical card.
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Yes, I am aware the U.S.D.O.T. "Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations", require that all USDOT'd drivers carry a MEDICAL EXAMINER'S CERTIFICATE on their person. In addition to being drug-tested at least once a year. And meeting a D.O.T. Physical at least once every 2 years. (Hence the Med. Exam. Cert.)

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Originally Posted by unkownfl View Post
What kind of trucks are you driving? Certain states require a Chauffeurs License after 10k Michigan being one. Here in Florida a Class E is good up to 26k unless hazmat or passenger after x amount of passengers as far as I know.
With a little more digging, I'm finding out that this issue varies from state to state. As some states have dropped the "Chauffeurs" type of Drivers License altogether. As a CDL {Classes: A,B+C} has more "privilege".
As a rule, for the States that still permit Chauffeurs Licenses, they cover any commercial vehicle under 26' long, and less than 10,000 GVWR.
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