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DOT Exam

If you have employees who drive commercial vehicles, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) mandates that they must complete and pass a DOT physical. A certified medical examiner will conduct a review of the driver’s health history and perform a physical evaluation of their health. The physical evaluation includes a systems and vitals check, hearing and vision screen and urinalysis. Once completed, drivers who are certified will receive their medical examiner’s certificate.  

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