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February 23, 2019, 11:41:54 pm
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« Reply #30 on: May 13, 2016, 11:07:43 am »

If cabbies have to have CDLs, then doesn't that mean they also have a medical requirement before they can be issued a full CDL?  I know a friend of mine still has his CDL but with restrictions since he never renewed the medical part of the license.  Maybe I'm confused.

No CDL required.  Astounding.

To drive a truck, you have to have a valid medical certificate, renewable every two years.  They will change you back to class D if you don't have the medical cert.

And if you have hazardous materials endorsement, another test is required every 4 years.  Along with TSA background anal probing.  And fingerprints all around.  And the test place takes your fingerprints to verify/compare to the TSA prints on file at time of test.  And proof of place of birth (birth certificate or passport) is required at test time.


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