A CDL physical is the medical exam required to obtain your commercial driver’s license. Also known as the DOT physical, the point of the physical exam is to determine your fitness to perform your job.
The demands of a commercial driving job can take a toll on your body and your health, so the Department of Transportation created a standardized test to keep you, and others on the road, safe.
What should drivers do to prepare for CDL physicals?
CDL physical patients should avoid caffeinated drinks like coffee and soda, reduce salt and sugar intake, make a list of medications you take, bring eyeglasses or contact lenses if you use them, bring hearing aids if you use them, and provide the examiner with updated information about your medical history.
How do I pay for my CDL Physical?
Unfortunately, insurance does not cover your CDL physicals. However, we offer special pricing on our CDL medical exams.
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