DOT & Commercial Licenses

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Same-day appointments available

Give us a call. Most days we can get you in the same day! In and out of the office in one hour!

What is the cost?

Exams are only $65.

Can you bill insurance?

Yes, depending on your plan. 

Dr. William C. Bond

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) oversees this medical program for approving commercial driver’s licenses (CDL) and certified medical examiners (CME).


Dr. William C. Bond is an FMCSA certified medical examiner (CME), who completed the required training and passed the federal examination. He has extensive experience working with professionals and completing government mandated examinations.

Exam Components

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All DOT exams cover the basics of a standard physical

• Medical history questions

• Hearing and vision tests

• Blood pressure and respiratory exam

• Urinalysis

• Musculoskeletal check 

Preparing for the Exam

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Here is what you will need to complete your certification

  • Driver’s License
  • Corrective lenses (Glasses or contacts) if used
  • Medication List
  • Sleep apnea patients using CPAP should bring their compliance report proving you are using your machine and obtaining desired results. Your CPAP supplier or sleep medicine doctor should help with this report.
  • Drink plenty of water before your visit
    • Because a urinalysis is a required component of the examination drink enough water before your appointment.
  • Ensure your blood pressure is LESS than 140 over 90. Uncontrolled, previously diagnosed high blood pressure is an immediate fail; the first time you have high blood pressure you may receive a 3-12 month grace period extension but thereafter high blood pressure will cause you to LOSE your CDL.

Any Additional Questions?

Feel free to contact us ahead of time and our staff will help you with any questions or concerns you may have. 


If you have questions about FMCSA or DOT regulations the FMCSA keeps a comprehensive frequently asked questions page to help drivers get answers on selected topics.  Click below to Learn More.