CDL Medical Certificate Waiver Through September 30

    Posted by MAIA on June 18, 2020

    The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has waived the requirement for valid CDL Medical Certificates (DOT Medical Cards) for customers with certificates that expired on March 1, 2020 or later. These customers have until September 30th to obtain a new certificate; if they do not, their CDL will be downgraded on October 1st.

    Until these customers obtain a new CDL Medical Certificate, they must carry a certificate that expired March 1st or later and was valid for 90 days or more.



    PLEASE NOTE:  While accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication, information is constantly changing!  For the latest information, please check the RMV's official webpage:  RMV COVID-19 RESOURCE PAGE

     


    For Registry-related questions, you may also contact MAIA's Member Relations Advocate, Kathy Cormier, at kcormier@massagent.com or 508-634-7353. 



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    Topics: Registry News, The Massachusetts Agent, 2020, COVID-19

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