The Department of Transport (DOT) numbers are assigned to registered commercial vehicles by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Authority (FMCSA). For all carriers and transports that weigh more than a specific amount, carry particular amounts of paying passengers, or operate beyond the state borders, DOT numbers are required.
DOT certification is a qualitative mark that demonstrates the ability of a driver to operate commercial vehicles on US highways and roads. Most states require certification by DOT for driving semi-trucks, delivery trucks, and public transports, or any other commercial vehicle.
A licensed “medical examiner” listed on the National Registry of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration must conduct a physical exam at the Department of Transportation (DOT).
A DOT physical test is valid Up to 24 months. When an illness such as high blood pressure is observed, a physician may also issue a certificate for a shorter time period.
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