Press: New Article on CDL License Types and Requirements

Orlando DOT Physical Provider Workflow Employer Services Owner Dr. Brad Levine Publishes New Article Covering Different Types of Commercial Driver Licenses and Their Requirements

Dr. Brad Levine, Orlando Chiropractor and owner at Workflow Employer Services releases new article reviewing the various types of available commercial driving licenses and the requirements for each.

Altamonte Springs, FL — July 18, 2016 — Workflow Employer Services owner and Orlando area chiropractor Dr. Brad Levine recently published a new article on his website “Different Types of Commercial Driver Licenses & Requirements.”

In the article, Dr. Levine starts off by letting the driver or reader know that if you are applying for a new commercial driver endorsement, you must self-certify with the DMV. After this is processed, you receive a confirmation. Then, you can take that to the DMV to change or add to your commercial driver status.

Additionally, he adds, all commercial driver license holders and commercial driver learner permit holders must have a CDL medical exam and get a Medical Examiner’s Certificate on file.

He says, “To get that certificate, you will visit a CDL medical exam provider on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners. After your CDL physical, they will complete form MCSA-5876. (*Any medical exam performed on April 20, 2016 or after MUST be completed on a form MCSA- 5876.  If the exam is prior to April 20, 2016, DMV will still accept forms R323 or B328.)

Dr. Levine then goes into CDL classifications, CDL endorsements, and CDL restrictions.

The entire article can be found here:

Workflow Employer Services has two DOT physical locations in Orlando and Altamonte Springs. Both locations offer same day DOT physicals and CDL medical exams along with employee drug testing services. Both DOT physical locations are bilingual and accept DOT physical exam walk-ins.

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