Beginning January 30, 2015, a driver required to have a commercial driver’s license, and has submitted a current medical examiner’s certificate to the State documenting he/she meets the physical qualification requirements – will no longer need to carry the medical examiner’s certificate or a copy for more than 15 days after the date it was issued as valid proof of medical certification. This is an extended date granted by the Federal Motor carrier Safety Administration.
This seems like information those with current licenses might miss. It will also add to the documentation new CDL holders will need to obtain before they can secure driving jobs.
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