DOT Physicals

CDL Medical Exam in Concord, CA

A DOT physical is necessary to ensure that you’re physically fit enough to operate the vehicle. We provide quick physicals with a DOT Certified Medical Examiner so that you can get in and get back to your day.

Our certified practitioner performs a physical examination that satisfies DOT rules and regulations and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) guidelines. Not sure if you need one? Learn more about who needs a DOT physical exam.

$ 99
Newly reduced CDL medical exam price!

We understand how important it is for a driver to maintain their commercial driver’s license, so you can trust us to be professional and knowledgeable about your needs as a commercial driver and get your your CDL card.

*service time is an average and may be longer depending on client’s health.

Woman leaning out of truck window on way to DOT Physical


What To Bring To Your DOT Exam

  • A current driver’s license issued from the state
  • Any glasses, hearing aids, or contacts that you wear
  • A list of all medications that you currently take
  • Any special notices from your doctor (considerations, exemptions, etc.)
  • A urine sample. Be sure to come well-hydrated, as you will need to take the urine test in-office.


Our office offers quick and same day DOT physical exams.

Please bring the following items to your physical (only if needed):
-Current driver’s license
-Exemption form(s)
-CPAP report if currently using one
-List of ALL current medications along with dosage and frequency
-Eyeglasses (if using for driving)
-Hearing aid

“In appropriate circumstances, means of compliance with ASME physical requirements may include, but are not limited to, a current Department of Transportation (DOT) Medical Examiner’s Certificate.”

Please also refer to:

The general purpose of the history and physical examination is to detect the presence of physical, mental, or organic conditions of such character and extent as to affect the ability of the driver to operate a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) safely. This examination is for public safety determination and is considered by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) to be a “medical fitness for duty” examination.

All drivers, including part-time, holding a commercial driver’s license (CDL) and operating CMVs (greater than 26,000 combined gross vehicle weight rating, or transporting more than 16 passengers, or placarded hazardous materials) on the public roadways must be U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) drug and alcohol tested. This means any driver required to possess a CDL, including:

  • Drivers employed by Federal, State, and local government agencies.
  • Owner operators.
  • Equivalently licensed drivers from foreign countries.
  • For-hire motor carriers.


NOTE: Drivers who only operate CMVs on private property, not open to the public, do not require testing.

49 CFR 391.41 Describes the physical qualification requirements for drivers. The 13 standards are used to determine driver medical fitness for duty. Four of the standards: vision, hearing, epilepsy, and diabetes mellitus have objective disqualifiers that do not depend on medical examiner clinical interpretation. These standards are the “non-discretionary” standards. For the other nine “discretionary” standards, the medical examiner makes a clinical judgment in accordance with the physical qualification requirements for driver certification.

The examination is based on information provided by the driver (history), objective data (physical examination), and additional testing requested by the medical examiner.

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