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CBD Products a Problem for CMV Drivers

FMCSA: Use “Discouraged” Cannabidiol or CBD Oils, tablets and “gummies” have been a source of concern given that they are a non-intoxicating marijuana extract.  There are medical examiner issues concerning use of CBD products by drivers with a CDL license.  It could also be an issue with a non-CDL driver should they ever be drug […]

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CDL Medication Use: Don’t get Disqualified! Part 2

CDL Medication Use: Don’t get Disqualified! Part 2 In CDL  Medication Use: Don’t get Disqualified! Part 1, we discussed those medications that will always result in driver disqualification. However, what occurs far more often is when a driver taking a medication this is not an absolute disqualifier, is disqualified anyway. If you’re not sure if […]

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CDL Medication Use: Don’t be Disqualified!

CDL Medication Use: Don’t be Disqualified! Get a TeamCME “Driver Helpful®” CDL Physical Exam: If you’re an interstate driver, and have been denied a CDL medical examiner’s certificate because of medication use, you may still be able to be medically qualified to drive. As President of the largest network of DOT Certified Medical Examiners, I […]

VA-Providers Added to Perform CDL Physical Exam for Vets

The U.S. House of Representatives passed a House Bill that will allow additional Certified Medical Examiners to provide a CDL physical exam to veterans who are commercial drivers.  Vets will be allowed to choose a Doctor of Chiropractic, Medical or Osteopathic Doctor,  Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant and other medical professionals to perform their CDL physical […]

New CA Instructions: CDL/CLP Drivers less than 21 years old

A complimentary message from the Nation’s Largest Network of DOT Certified Medical Examiners.  Where Teamwork makes the Dream Work! Join “The Team” at TeamCME.com New California Instructions for CDL/CLP Drivers under 21 Remember: CA DMV will not accept Page 5 for any reason. CA will not accept any MEC that has the second circle marked. The new […]