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Medical Self-certificationReference: Minnesota Statutes, sections 171.162, 221.031 and 221.0314, and 49 CFR 383.71 and 383.73.
Requisitos de Identificacion
Expedited (Fast Track) Driver's License - Just the Facts
Medical Examination Report for Commercial Driver Fitness (PS30158)
Commercial Driver's License Medical Self-Certification Form (PS33203)
Effective January 1, 2014, the driver’s license filing fee which pays for the costs of the services provided in the driver’s license/ID card issuance process, increases from $5 to $8, as required by Minn. Stat. 171.061, HF 1444, Chapter 117.
Starting January 30, 2012, if you hold a commercial driver’s license (CDL) or are applying for a CDL, you will need to certify the following information with Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS): The type of driving you are engaged in (interstate or intrastate) and
Whether you are subject to or exempt from the medical examination requirements of 49 CFR part 391 or Minnesota Statutes, chapter 221
The Commercial Driver License Medical Self-Certification Form must be completed and if you certify that you are subject to medical examination requirements, you must provide a copy of your medical examiner’s certificate and any required waiver.
What you need to know:
The self-certification requirement goes into effect on January 30, 2012
Only applies to drivers applying for, renewing, upgrading or replacing a commercial driver’s license, class A, B or C
As a commercial driver, if there is a change in your medical status or interstate/intrastate status, you must provide DVS with a new self-certification form (PS33203), and if necessary new medical examination documents
The self-certification is required by Minnesota statutes and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.
Driver and Vehicle Services – Central OfficeTown Square Building445 Minnesota Street, Suite 190Saint Paul, MN 55101-5190