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Attention CDL holders, Truck Drivers, and over the road operators:

With new mandates being handed down on Truck drivers and heavy equipment operators, the professionals at Advanced EmUrgent Care are ready to evaluate you and your drivers' needs at your earliest convenience to avoid the expensive new expectations and class work.

We continue to offer our CDL physicals every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays from 7am to 7pm to meet your busy schedule needs. These exams are done on a walk in basis without the need for scheduling. If you or your staff members have additional questions please feel free to contact our office at their convenience.


Entry-Level Driver Training Requirements for CDL Applicants

The new Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) regualtions require that all entry-level drivers of commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) receive training from a provider listed on FMCSA's Training Provider Registry.

Beginning February 7, 2022, to be eligible to take required skills or knowledge tests, commercial driver's license (CDL) applicants must have completed applicable entry-level driver training from a registered training provider.

Use the scenario chart below to determine if you are required to complete entry-level driver training.
If Then
A driver holds a CLP that was issued before February 7, 2022...
The driver is not required to complete entry-level driver training, as long as the driver obtains a CDL before the CLP expires.
A driver was issued a CDL or an S, P, or H endorsement before February 7, 2022...
The driver is not required to complete entry-level driver training for the previously-issued license or edorsement, even if it has since lapsed.
A driver holds a CLP that was issued before February 7, 2022, but the CLP expires before the driver applies for his or her CDL...
The driver must complete the required entry-level driver training.
A driver obtains a CLP on or after February 7, 2022...
The driver must complete the required entry-level driver training.
A driver held a CDL prior to the compliance date, and applies for an upgrade to a higher class of CDL, or an S, P, or H endorsement for the first time on or after February 7, 2022...
The driver must complete the required entry-level driver training for the class of CDL to which the driver is upgrading or the endorsement(s) for which the driver is applying.

ELDT EXCEPTIONS. The ELDT regulations do not apply to individuals that are not required to have a CDL as outlined in 49 CFR part 383, or for whom the state has waved the CDL skills test.

What must drivers do to meet the ELDT requirements?

Complete training with a registered training provider Entry-level drivers must select a training provider that is listed on the Training Provider Registry. Only registered training providers will be able to submit certification of a driver's completion of entry-level driver training to the Training Provider Registry.

When am I eligible to take my CDL skills or knowledge test? Training must be completed before taking a CDL skills or, if the driver is applying for the H endorsement, the knowledge test.


If the State Driver Licensing Agency cannot electronically verify that these requirements are met, the State is not permitted to administer the CDL skilld or knowledge test to the driver.
Learn More AT:
https://tpr.fmcsa.dot.gov