DOT Physical, Drug Alcohol Testing
CDL drivers, CDL permit holders, Non-CDL Drivers,
Bus Drivers, School Bus Driver,
391.45 Physical Qualification of Drivers (Summary): Basically anything that affects your ability to operate a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) can affect qualfication.
Driver has no loss or impairement of foot, leg or any other extremity unless accompanied by a SPE (Skill Performance Evaluation) Certificate
No history or diagnosis of diabetes mellitus requiring the use of insulin (unless has a diabetes exemption)
No cardiac, respiratory or hypertension condition likely to interfere with commercial driving
No epillepsy or other condition likely to cause loss of consciousness
No rheumatic, orthopedic, muscular, neuromuscular, arthritic or vascular conditons likely to limit operation of a CMV
No mental, nervous or psychiatric condition likely to interfere with operation of a CMV
Distant visual acuity of at least 20/40 or better in each eye with or without corrective lenses using a Snellen's Chart, field of vison of at least 70 degrees in the horizontal field in each eye, and ability to distinguish standard red, green and amber colors.
First perceives forced whisper sounfd in better ear at not less than 5 feet. If using audiometric testing devices must be calibrated to Amercian National Standard (ANS) and average hearing loss in better ear is not greater than 40 decibels at 500 Hz, 1000 Hz and 2000 Hz
Does not use a scheduled 1 drug, an amphetamine, narcotic or other habit forming drug. If uses a non-scheduled 1 drug, driver needs legal prescription and treating physician must have advised driver that the drug will not affect CMV driving ability