The FMCSA has granted a waiver to drivers and states concerning expiring CDL Licenses and Medical Cards. The waiver grants extensions to 9-30-2020 for any CDL License or Medical card that expires between 3-1-2020 and 9-30-2020.

MY CDL is expiring soon, what do I do?

FMCSA has extended all CDLs due for renewal on or after March 1, 2020 valid until September 30, 2020. The waiver does not apply to a CDL or CLP holder if the driver’s privileges have been suspended or withdrawn for traffic offenses.

My DOT Medical Card is expiring, what do I do?

FMCSA waived the requirement that CDL holders have a medical examination and certification, provided that they have proof of a valid medical certification that was issued for a period of 90 days or longer and that it expired on or after March 1, 2020. Drivers should carry a paper copy of their expired medical certificates as proof. The waiver does not apply to a CDL or CLP holder if the driver’s privileges have been suspended or withdrawn for traffic offenses.

My license expired prior to March 1, 2020. Does the waiver still apply to me?

This waiver does not apply to a CDL or CLP holder if the driver’s license expired before March 1, 2020.

My medical certificate expired prior to March 1, 2020. Does the waiver still apply to me?

This waiver does not apply to a CDL or CLP holder if the driver’s medical certificate expired before March 1, 2020.