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Medical Examiner's Certificate Wallet Card







Medical Examiner's Certificate Wallet Card



The Medical Examiner's Certificate Wallet Card is required to be carried by every driver of a commercial motor vehicle as a proof of medical qualification in 49 CFR 391.41. The 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" driver card fits any standard size wallet. The Medical Examiner's Certificate Wallet Card is an integral part of the driver qualification file.


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A medical professional completes the Medical Examination Report to certify that a person meets the medical standards to operate a commercial motor vehicle. A medical professional is a U. S. licensed doctor of medicine (M.D.), doctor of osteopathy (D.O.), licensed physician assistant (P.A.), advanced practice nurse, or doctor of chiropractic who is clinically competent to perform the medical examination.

The Medical Examination Report must be submitted to DMV with an original application for a commercial driver license or instruction permit. The form must be dated within the last two years, and submitted to DMV.

Drivers applying for, or who hold, a certificate to drive a school bus, School Pupil Activity Bus, Youth Bus, General Public Paratransit Vehicle, or Farm Labor Vehicle must have their examination performed by a Physician Assistant, Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, Doctor of Medicine, (MD), or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO). The Medical Examination Report and Medical Certificate must be signed by the medical examiner who performed the examination. School bus drivers 65 years of age and older must submit a new medical report to DMV every year. (VC 12517.2(a) (b)





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