What are the requirements for submitting a CDL medical exam report to the FL DMV? Texas

If required (see below), you'll need to pass a medical exam, and have a qualified medical professional complete and sign the Florida CDL medical form application. Then, you'll submit it as part of the application process.

Passing the Medical Exam

You're required to pass a medical exam if you'll a CDL driver who:

  • Operates a motor vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR), gross combination weight rating (GCWR), gross vehicle weight (GVW), or gross combination weight (GCW) of over 10,000 pounds in interstate commerce.
  • Drives a motor vehicle designed or used to transport more than 15 passengers (including the driver) in interstate commerce.
  • Operates a motor vehicle used in interstate commerce that's designed or used to transport between nine and 15 passengers (for direct compensation) beyond 75 air miles from your regular work-reporting location.
  • Transports hazardous materials in interstate commerce and in quantities that require placards.

Take a CDL Practice Test to Prepare

While CDL practice tests won't help you pass your physical, they can be useful in getting you ready to pass the written tests needed to gain your FL commercial license. Taking these tests gives you a better chance of nailing the official CDL test on your first try. But, be sure to study your CDL handbook before attempting to pass the practice tests.

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